The latest design-build collaboration between Windover and SV Design is completed and open for residents! Link480 offers 90 upscale units in the heart of downtown Beverly. To compensate for minimal laydown area on its tight, urban site, we used panelized wall systems. Read more about the project here.
We are thrilled to be embarking on our fifth permanent housing project in collaboration with Peabody Properties and The Architectural Team. This is the second phase of Valley Brook Village, completed in 2013, and will add 50 affordable units to their New Jersey campus.
The vision for Care Dimensions’ newest hospice house was to feel like home. Read about how Windover collaborated with the design team to achieve this and how it is making an impact on patients and their families in Healthcare Construction + Operations.
Windover’s Project Manager, Meg Kearney, shares her insight on current restaurant trends in this recent Construction Executive piece. Meg has built many notable restaurants nationally over the past 10 years, including most recently Rail Stop Restaurant and Bancroft & Co.
Take a “photo tour” of our recently completed Hospice House project with Care Dimensions, EGA Architects, and SV Design, Siemasko + Verbridge to see how customization and craftsmanship were integrated into the design of this medical care facility. Read more in Environments for Aging.
What do construction and “The Legend of Zelda” have in common? Read about the gamification of construction safety by our very own Director of Virtual Design & Construction, Amr Raafat, in HighProfile.
Does the environment define the dining experience or does the food? At Bancroft & Co., the exquisite, farm-to-table menu is equally complemented by a sophisticated, upscale open concept design reminiscent of the industrial-era. Read more about the building of this one-of-kind restaurant on Boston’s North Shore in the Boston GlobeNorth and in HighProfile.
Read about the transformation of an existing steam plant into a magnificent recital hall at Middlesex School in the Steinway Chronicle.
The new inpatient Hospice House for Care Dimensions was recently completed by Windover’s team in Lincoln, MA. The challenge of the project was to create a healthcare facility that would both provide the comforts of home for patients and families, and the equipment needed in a state-of-the-art medical facility. Windover’s team scaled their skilled carpentry
Today we are in an “Employee’s Market” and recruiting top talent is a challenge. Hannah Ginley, Windover’s chief people officer, offers her insight on Windover’s approach to attracting employees to our team in this Construction Dive feature.