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David Marchand, Superintendent
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David Marchand, Superintendent
Dennis Tavares, Superintendent
New England Construction and Lerner Ladds Bartels are teaming up to design and costruct a 12 court squash athletic facility on the Providence, RI campus. This is a joint venture between Moses Brown School and SquashBusters, a local Massachusetts nonprofit.
“NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. (WPRI) — A legend of a rock drummer cut the ribbon Friday morning on the “Rockin’ and Roastin’ Cafe,” catering to coffee connoisseurs, on South Washington Street in North Attleboro.
Joey Kramer, the drummer for Aerosmith, is the big name behind the “Rockin’ and Roastin'” coffee brand, which has been stocked in grocery stores across the country since the summer of 2013. The cafe is the first brick-and-mortar branch dedicated to the company’s coffee. Car dealer Ernie Boch, Jr. is a partner in the enterprise.
“PROVIDENCE — The 8,000-square-foot Urban Greens Food Co-op will be part of a $10-million development that includes 39 residential units. The developers are Bourne Avenue Capital Partners, of East Providence, with Truth Box Studio Inc. and D+P Real Estate Advisors LLC. Urban Greens expects to spend about $1.5 million on the store, including engineering, working capital and build-out costs.”
“East Providence – The Providence-area community will gather on June 10 at 11.30am to celebrate the ground breaking of the new Pods Swimming aquatics facility, the first privately owned aquatics center of its kind in Rhode Island.”
Located at 111 Commercial Way in East Providence, Pods Swimming's aquatics center will consist of an 11,900 square foot facility with a six lane, 25-yard pool and a teaching pool. The facility will also have a snack bar, men's and women's locker rooms, and a family locker room. The aquatics center will host local partners and community events as well as serve as the home of Pods Swimming, a swim school that enrolls over 1,300 students from Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts.
“We provided vital funding for three construction projects that wouldn’t have been able to move forward otherwise,” she said, “and awarded almost half of a million dollars in [research and development] grant funding, which will strengthen our growing innovation economy.”
David A. Sluter is the founder or co-founder of four businesses, including New England Construction, a design-build construction company that was recognized in 2014 by PBN as the fastest-growing private company with revenue between $25 million and $75 million.
Demolition of the original interior space at the Rhode Island Mall has begun, a process that is expected to take at least three to four months. The work will be conducted by New England Construction, based in East Providence. The contractor has erected security fencing around an area of the parking lot.
This week on Executive Suite: New England Construction CEO David Sluter and President Matt Sluter talk about the ups and downs of running a family-owned businesses and the outlook for construction projects in Rhode Island.