Chris Benton is a project superintendent at Connolly Brothers, where he has worked for 28 years, starting as a laborer in 1994, following stints as a lighthouse keeper and as general manager at Eastern Point Yacht Club in Gloucester, Mass. He studied carpentry at Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School in Charlton, MA., and he lives with his wife in Beverly.
Connolly Brothers Vice President of Real Estate/Development Thaddeus Minshall offers best practices for corporate fit-up projects in the latest edition of High-Profile. When customizing an existing basic space for your business, there are many factors to weigh, Minshall writes. While these will vary widely by business, there are some general best practices that apply to any corporate fit-up project, including consulting with design professionals, carefully considering infrastructure needs, and facilitating ease of future growth.
For schools, businesses, and institutions considering building a new gymnasium, athletic center, or multipurpose space, in the latest edition of High-Profile, Jay Connolly shares advice on how to approach planning, design, and construction questions to meet ones needs and budget on these major capital improvement projects.
Ayr Wellness, a multi-state cannabis operator, recently opened a new dispensary, built by Connolly Brothers, in Watertown, Mass. The facility is featured as the Project of the Month in the most recent edition of the New England Real Estate Journal. Connolly Brothers provided construction management services on the project, collaborating with the design team at Scott/Griffin Architects.
Kathleen Walsh, president and CEO of YMCA of Metro North, is presented with a 2022 North Shore Chamber of Commerce Diamond Award by Joseph Riley, executive vice president at Salem Five Bank, and Jay Connolly, president of Connolly Brothers.
Scott Muller is vice president of Construction Operations at Connolly Brothers, where he has worked in steadily promoted capacity since 2011. He holds a bachelors degree in building construction technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology and lives in the Merrimack Valley, where he and his wife have raised their three sons.
Should your northeast U.S. warehouse depend on insulated metal panels (IMPs) or tilt-up concrete? Answering this question requires a holistic view of all factors at play, including the buildings size, budget, purpose, design, location, and your organizations specific needs, Jay Connolly writes in the latest New England Real Estate Journal.
Connolly Brothers recent completion of Richardson Greens 56,000 square-foot Stone Ridge multi-tenant commercial building in Middleton, Mass. was recently featured in New England Construction.
Connolly Brothers Vice President of Real Estate/Development Thaddeus Minshalls column on commercial property management was featured in the most recent edition of Banker & Tradesman.
Our region is experiencing a cluster of mutually reinforcing growth around biotech companies and medical device suppliers. Based on our experiences with biotech, laboratory, and clean room spaces for companies and organizations such as Abbott Laboratories, Analog Devices, Bio-Techne, Boston College, and HighRes BioSolutions, we would like to share four high-level considerations for medical device suppliers and biotech firms to consider when evaluating potential construction partners.
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