Construction manager Colantonio Inc. was recently selected by the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance to perform a general renovation of the historic Senate Chamber and associated Senate Lobby of the Massachusetts State House.
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The plans called for the demolition of the entire existing building within the property boundaries of the existing exterior brick wall. The floor demolition was done extremely carefully to avoid damaging the exterior brickwork.
The 82,000 square-foot school features classrooms, a gymnasium, kitchen, cafetorium, art, health, music, and specialized classroom spaces geared for prekindergarten, kindergarten and first-grade students.
The firm has removed, repaired and reinstalled the original, single-pane windows, the massive oak front door, the exterior steel railings and sections of the slate roofing. They have also restored the existing ceramic tile flooring.
Jon brings ten years of experience supervising academic, large residential, commercial and transportation projects, specializing in occupied renovations with tight deadlines and restricted urban locations.
Construction management firm Colantonio Inc. has expanded its team with senior estimator Robert Zalatan, project manager David DuPuy, project superintendent James Campisano, and assistant superintendents Dan Kupferschmid and Ryan Aitken.
For the second year in a row, the Massachusetts Chapter of the Associated General Contractors (AGC MA) presented Colantonio Inc. with the chapter’s Clifford E. Simmons Award for Best Safety Record and the AGC of America’s Certificate of Commendation for Excellent Safety Record.
Construction management firm Colantonio Inc. is planning a complex renovation of the entire 199-unit Golda Meir House in Newton while it remains in full operation. Twenty-two of the units will become fully accessible along with five units for the hearing impaired.
The 100-year-old former home of the Fitchburg Yarn Company sits on 7.5 acres on the banks of the Nashua River. The building's more than 280 8’ x 10’ windows will provide each unit with expansive views and plenty of natural light.