Compass is proud to support FamilyAid Boston.
FamilyAid Boston has been helping homeless families since 1916. In 2016, FamilyAid Boston celebrated its 100th anniversary of working hard to provide solutions to the family homelessness crisis in Boston. Despite challenging odds, they have served 800 families each year, including more than 1,500 children. FamilyAid Boston creates a community that empowers members, allowing them to build independence, skills and resources needed to sustain a home for their children. They help many families get back on their feet and build a foundation for their future.
For more information about FamilyAid Boston, visit www.familyaidboston.org.Read more
On February 23rd, a Topping-Off Ceremony was held at the Boston University Theatre Center Project. This Ceremony celebrates the placement of the highest steel beam on the building. The beam was signed by the constructions workers, planning team, design team and construction managers. The Interim Dean of the College of Fine Arts was in attendance along with officials from the Theatre Program at Boston University.
The new Theatre, located at 820 Commonwealth Avenue in Brookline, will be a state-of-the-art, multi-functional studio theatre with a full complement of spaces for teaching and producing student theatre. The Project is being constructed by Bond Brothers. The scheduled completion of Phase 1 is in August of 2017 and Phase 2 in November of 2017.
February 22, 2017 Southcoast Today Article
MIDDLEBORO — If a picture is worth a thousand words, then four pictures, if you're the Middleborough High School Building Committee, means there is still a lot to be done and details to work out and then a choice to be made.
And the committee is on the clock.
A picture of just what a new Middleborough High School campus could look like came into sharper focus last Wednesday night (Feb. 15) as the Middleborough High School Building Committee unveiled four graphic renditions of the four remaining options — or Schematic Options — for a new MHS building at the existing location of the current and to-be-replaced or to-be-renovated MHS building on East Grove Street.
Excerpt from Southcast Today Article
By Jon Haglog
Gold is official! We are very proud and excited to announce that the Boston University Law School Project was recently awarded LEED Gold.
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design [LEED] is a rating system devised by the United States Green Building Council [USGBC] to evaluate the environmental performance of a building and encourage market transformation towards sustainable design.
Click here to view the Scorecard.Read more
Medfield, MA, December 19, 2016 … Compass Project Management, Inc. in Medfield expands its team welcoming its newest Project Manager, Antonio Pina.
Tony joins the Compass Team with over 25 years of experience in the design and construction industry. He is a seasoned project professional having led multiple major school projects throughout Massachusetts as well as healthcare facilities, community projects and other adaptive, energy efficient re-use projects. Tony has a thorough and detail-oriented work ethic and is focused on project success. He is a licensed Architect in Massachusetts and a member of The American Institute of Architects and The Boston Society of Architects. Tony served in the Peace Corps, on the Boston Architectural College Alumni Board and numerous Boards and Committees in the Town of Marshfield where he resides with his family. He has a Bachelor of Architecture Degree from Boston Architectural College and holds a Graduate Certificate in Municipal Leadership and Management from Suffolk University.
“We are very excited to have Tony join the Compass Team,” said Tim Bonfatti, Owner and President of Compass Project Management, Inc. “Tony’s skill set and experience will benefit our clients enormously.”Read more