A successful air-rights project has not been built over the Massachusetts Turnpike since Copley Place opened in downtown Boston in 1983.
A Massachusetts bill that provides extra protections for pregnant and nursing workers was sent to Gov. Charlie Baker’s desk last week.
A proposed bill to relax a 20-year-old Massachusetts law restricting shadows cast by tall buildings on the Boston Common and the Public Garden is one step closer to becoming law.
Total Construction Spending Forecast to Tumble 16% This Year, the First Year-Over-Year Decline Since 2014
Job movements and special recognition among construction professionals in New England
A group of students and researches at Harvard University are renovating a building on Harvard’s campus as a prototype for ultra-efficient retrofits.
Plans for Boston’s largest new hotel were announced for a site near the Boston Convention Center weeks before the convention center is seeking design proposals for development of its 30 acres of undeveloped land in the Seaport District.