New year, new renovation? Windover Superintendent, Jon Sawyer, shares his top picks from DesignerBath’s showroom in this recent blog post. Check it out to inspire your next bathroom or kitchen design!
Using the PI for Talent Optimization Hiring team-oriented employees that stand out of the crowd is just one of the ways we fulfill our promise to build great things with great people. Rhiannon Casey, Windover Executive Assistant, shares her insight into how we are implementing the Predictive Index in new ways to build better project
The year 2030 marks an important demographic turning point according to the U.S. Census Bureau. By 2030, we can expect all baby boomers to be older than 65; 1 in every 5 residents will be retirement age; population growth will slow; and the old-age dependency ratio will continue to grow. Today more than ever there
The use of drone technology is becoming more and more mainstream. So much so that these days the sound of that unnatural buzzing overhead hardly provokes more than a casual glance upwards. Everyone from Amazon to Uber is touting their use – or future use – of drones to enhance and expand their service offerings.
The Furniture Trust’s 2019 Eco-Carpentry Challenge An old, worn fabric remnant gave nautical inspiration to our visionary team when it came time to develop a concept for the 2019 Eco-Carpentry Challenge. This piece of fabric, among many other materials, had been salvaged from a commercial office fit-out and with our team’s great imagining, soon would be taking sail
On back-to-back days earlier this month, Endicott opened its doors to two of the college’s newest and most innovative buildings – the Ginger Judge Science Center Expansion and the Samuel Wax Academic Center. Located in the center of the idyllic, seaside campus, the near-simultaneous opening of these two buildings signifies just how fast the Endicott
Although it may not feel like it, summer is just around the corner and so are those warm days and high humidity levels. Last summer, the Northeast region experienced record-breaking humidity levels due to warmer ocean temperatures on the coast causing unusually high nighttime temperatures. HVAC systems in our region are typically not designed to
You may have heard about the new national elevator code, and, if you’re like us, you may also be trying to make heads and tail of it. We tapped Windover’s Manager of MEP Services, Charlie Romano, to explain the new code and how it may affect current projects in construction. What’s New? As of January
For several years, innovation labs, maker-spaces, and other flexible learning spaces have sprouted up on academic campuses, fostering the trend of experiential and transdisciplinary learning. Having a space that is open-concept and adaptable gives schools the flexibility to meet the needs of their students and teachers without costly renovations. More importantly, this trend in education
Windover recently completed construction of a state-of-the-art biotechnology laboratory and office building at 417 Main St. in Gloucester. Owned and operated by Back Shore LLC, the 18,500 square-foot facility is situated within the Designated Port Area of Gloucester’s historic waterfront and will be dedicated to tenants focused on marine research uses. The completion of this