Kenneth Guscott, a Boston real estate developer responsible for helping revive Dudley Square in Roxbury, died in a fire at his home on Sunday night along with is father-in-law Leroy Whitmore. Guscott was 91.
A downloadable report and web-based dashboard outlining Boston Public Schools’ educational and facilities master plan went live on March 2. The report, called “BuildBPS,” comes about six weeks after Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh (D) announced the 10-year, $1-billion investment in the district’s facilities during his Jan. 18 state-of-the-city address.
In the days before a large fire closed Pittsburgh’s Liberty Bridge for 24 days in September, crews working on the $80-million bridge rehabilitation squelched two minor fires, according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration documents obtained by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette under the Freedom of Information Act.
ENR MidAtlantic will publish some of the top 2016 starts in our April issue based on Dodge Data & Analytics as well other sources, including past ENR issues. Below is a preliminary list of 25 of those top starts listed in alphabetical order.
After playing in 56-year-old RFK stadium since 1996, and withstanding years of starts-and-stops on its stadium proposal, D.C. United has become the latest Major League Soccer team to win the right to build its own soccer-specific facility.