Bodlaire Pinthiere
By Bodlaire Pinthiere
on August 02, 2017
July has come and gone and August is here. The bulk of the summer has passed and as time is winding down you start planning and thinking about what is the next step in your future. Most people going ...
Dan Loureiro
By Dan Loureiro
on July 26, 2017
When sophomore year starts the training wheels come off. Expectations and responsibilities are high and the pressure is on. Sophomore year classes no longer give you the benefit of the doubt, or let ...
Ethan Sluter
By Ethan Sluter
on February 27, 2017
Year-end for construction finance professionals:  the bane of our existence.  Trying to complete all of the year end tasks along with all of our day-to-day responsibilities can make this time of year ...
Mike Gorman
By Mike Gorman
on February 27, 2017
Many images come to mind when you think about an automobile showroom in general. Most involve a clear, crisp look that showcases the vehicles for sale. You might also think about a comfortable, ...
Mike Gorman
By Mike Gorman
on January 26, 2017
There’s a chill in the air (most days at least!) so it’s hard to focus on anything related to our projects aside from keeping the job sites warm & working and forecasting the snow potential, but ...
Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on November 30, 2016
Leadership Team Initiatives.  Annual budgets. Department Strategy Wheels. Company Vision Statements. Tactical Objectives.  High level business planning is no longer a fourth quarter task.  Effective ...
Jesslie Ramos
By Jesslie Ramos
on November 16, 2016
A new project just came in! As the Estimating Administrator at New England Construction, this sets my day in action. Each new project proposal requires proper attention to detail and generates a new ...
Amanda L. Marques Callahan
By Amanda L. Marques Callahan
on November 02, 2016
Attention to detail is important in our everyday work and especially important in the renovation of a Ferrari Dealership Showroom, which is one of New England Construction’s active projects. When one ...
John Weber
By John Weber
on October 19, 2016
As soon as a construction schedule is published it is out of date. It is the inherent nature when taking a snapshot in time with something as fluid as construction. We create our “look ahead” ...
Matt Sluter
By Matt Sluter
on October 05, 2016
It’s October.  The leaves are changing and even falling.  The air is crisp and the last remnants of summer are basically gone.  For many of us in Commercial Real Estate in New England, we are poised ...