The September 2018 edition of High Profile Magazine focused on Educational Facilities. We are proud to have Marathon Elementary School included.
Congratulations to the entire Team!
Check out this video for an update on the progress of the New Stoughton High School!Read more
Compass is proud to support and sponsor the Norwood Youth Hockey Program. As a Sponsor, Compass had the privilege of having its name on a Team jersey. We wish all the Teams the best of luck this Season!Read more
Students and staff heading back to class at Clyde Brown Elementary School Wednesday will see that construction on the site’s new school did not take a summer break.
Excerpt of article written by Alison Bosma and published in Milford Daily News 8/27/18Read more
Check out the status of the New Stoughton High School from this video taken on Wednesday August 15th.Read more
A recent article published by CNN talks about how to design a school in the era of mass shootings ...
(CNN) For school designers and architects, the current debate about how to make schools safer focuses too much on add-on measures.
Metal detectors? More resource officers? Armed teachers? Bulletproof backpacks?
These security steps, whether effective or not, don't address the fundamental way that a school works or how people move through it. They also must be balanced with the need to create an environment where kids feel inspired and energized to learn.
Excerpt taken from article written by Eric Levenson, CNNRead more
Compass is proud to support the Pan-Mass Challenge and Tony Pina!
Established in 1980, the Pan-Mass Challenge motto ... More than a cause, a catalyst.
Each year the Pan-Mass Challenge brings together thousands of impassioned cyclists, committed volunteers, generous donors and dedicated corporate sponsors. They strive to provide Dana-Farber's doctors and researchers the necessary resources to discover cures for all types of cancer.
Tony Pina has taken part in the Pan-Mass Challenge for many years and here's what he said about this year:
"The ride on Friday from the NY border was grueling, with over 5400 feet of elevation climbing and brutal heat in the afternoon…but we made is safely over 100 miles and were cheered on arrival in Sturbridge. Saturday’s official Day 1 PMC start to Bourne was, well…very, very wet!!! We pulled through and made it safely despite the over 50 miles in the rain in the afternoon. Sunday’s Day 2 was glorious…cool in the morn, great sunrise along the canal to head to the finish. An awesome weekend with as much to gain as we gave...6300 riders, 4200 volunteers…and still one of the most amazing causes to be riding for."Read more
On Friday, August 31st, Steve Devine will speak at the Stoughton Council on Aging Men's Club Breakfast. As the Construction Site Manager for the new Stoughton High School, Steve is intricately involved the project and has been on site every day since the project began. He will talk about his role on the project and the status of construction.
Steve is a 30+ year veteran of the Design and Construction Industry. He has a diversified background with experience in architecture, engineering technology and building construction. He is also well-versed in the areas of design, contract documents and construction management. Steve has worked on projects including educational, commercial, corporate and industrial facilities. He also has experience working on historic renovation projects. Steve is a graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology and Boston Architectural College.Read more
On May 14, 2018, Compass sponsored and participated in the Town of Walpole's Council on Aging Golf Tournament to support fundraising efforts for the new Senior Center. Compass Team members Brian Kelley and Bryan Jarvis, residents of Walpole, participated in a foursome with other Walpole residents.Read more