Category Archives: Boston Construction News
Construction on the multi-building Washington Village project near the Red Line’s Andrew Square stop in the Dorchester-South Boston borderlands could start by this summer, according to a recent presentation from the development team.
A skyscraper decades in the making is finally poised to rise over South Station and commuters who regularly travel through Boston’s second-busiest transportation hub will face a variety of impacts.
HOLYOKE — Amazon has already begun $5.6 million in renovation work for its new distribution center at 161 Lower Westfield Road, and has told the local career center it is looking for a venue to host a hiring fair and fill 235 jobs.
The construction industry faces a growing workforce shortage and talent gap that could impact productivity and workflow by 2020. Construction is now commonly cited as one of the hardest industries to recruit and retain talent, especially when it comes to finding skilled laborers and project leaders.
If you were near TD Garden last fall and looked up about 200 feet, there’s a good chance you saw Heather Daly. She operated the crane above The Hub on Causeway.
Construction on the 2.9 million-square-foot, multi-building Bulfinch Crossing complex in downtown Boston continues apace this spring. These new photos come courtesy of Iron Workers Local 7 and developer HYM Investment Group.
February construction spending was up 1% from January to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1.3 trillion, according to the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Boston Children’s Hospital is building a pedestrian bridge at the intersection of Longwood Avenue and Blackfan Street, Boston. The bridge will provide direct pedestrian access between the Patient and Family Parking Garage and a new lobby above the main hospital’s entrance, making hospital trips safer and more convenient for patients and visitors.