Curtis Construction Celebrates the Holidays with a Celtics Win
Curtis Construction capped-off a busy 2018 celebrating a successful twentieth year with a company holiday outing at the TD Garden.
In a luxury box overlooking the on-court action, the Curtis team and their families watched as the Celtics beat the Cleveland Cavaliers, 128-95. Sharing food, drink and good cheer, the team enjoyed a much-deserved night out to relax and enjoy each other’s company.
2018 was just as busy for Curtis as the parquet was for the Celtics during Saturday’s game. Curtis’ twentieth-year began with multiple projects fighting to stay on track during our typical New England winter weather and challenging site conditions right through into the spring. As spring turned to summer, Curtis celebrated twenty-years providing local developers and non-profits construction management and general contracting expertise. Hosting a party for friends, family and business associates under the tent at the Irish Cultural Center in Canton in late June, John Curtis and his team celebrated the past twenty-years of successes as they look forward to building towards the future.
The summer heat didn’t slow down renovations to the historic Sandpaper Factory’s exterior envelope, Curtis completed the second and final phase of the project before the dog days of summer set in.
Curtis began demolition of the old Norwell Police station at 40 River Street, Norwell at the end of the summer to make way for the construction of 18-units of much needed area affordable senior housing, construction will go through mid-2019.
As the leaves started to turn colors and fall off the trees, Curtis finished Archer Bonell Apartments, a mixed-use development project in the Dudley Square area of Roxbury. Part of the City of Boston’s Roxbury Strategic Master Plan and Dudley Vision initiatives, fifteen percent of Archer Bonell’s twelve market-rate units are set aside as affordable housing. Mayor of Boston Marty Walsh, as well as other city officials were on hand at the ribbon cutting of the new Dunkin Donuts, located in the first-floor commercial space.
Just in time for the holidays, Curtis Construction completed their third affordable housing project for Father Bill’s & MainSpring. Montello Welcome Home Again, a new $4 million residential building to house the homeless, is located at the former Catholic Charities and Phaneuf Hospital site at 682 N. Main St. Brockton. The 23-unit residential building is across the street from Jack’s Place and Patti’s House, a 20-unit building and duplex completed for Father Bill’s & MainSpring by Curtis in 2016.
As we finish out 2018, and make our way into 2019, the Curtis team looks forward to the completion of 47 Bishop Allen Drive in Cambridge. The 23-unit high-end residential building is part of the Mass + Main development project and anticipated completion is early next year.
The entire Curtis Construction team wishes you and yours a happy and healthy Holiday Season and New Year. We look forward to continuing the past 20-years of successes providing construction management and general contracting expertise to new and old clients into the coming decades.