Several federal and state complaints against asbestos-abatement and demolition firms operating in Massachusetts have sprouted in the wake of the region’s construction boom.
One afternoon this May, a group of journalists and market analysts convened in London at the Royal Society headquarters in Carleton House to hear the CEO of Salini Impregilo unveil the Italian engineering and construction conglomerate’s strategy for the next four years.
The vibe at Shawmut Design and Construction’s newly renovated Boston headquarters is more like a well-funded start-up than a 34-year-old general contracting firm.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has short listed three design-build teams to compete for the long-awaited Green Line Extension.
Two priority rail station projects are moving forward in Providence and Pawtucket/Central Falls, R.I., both with “built-in ridership in densely populated areas,” says the Rhode Island Dept. of Transportation spokesman Charles St. Martin.