May 07, 2013
New Building Wins Award
The Center for Sciences and Biomedical Engineering is awarded "Building Project of the Year"
One of Wentworth's newest buildings, the Center for Sciences and Biomedical Engineering, received recognition for its construction at a recent Construction Management Association of America (New England chapter) award ceremony held on April 23 at the Revere Hotel in Boston. The building won the "2013 Building Project of the Year Award," for the renovation and modernization category, under projects less than $20 million. Representatives from both Wentworth and the lead construction company BOND attended the event.
IN THE PHOTO (from left to right): David Shrestinian (VP, Bond), Andrew Grote (Senior Associate, Perkins & Will), Rose Conti (Director of Select Projects, Bond), Mike Pankievich (AVP for Facilities, Wentworth), Tina Perez (Facility Planner, Wentworth), Kevin Smith (Clerk of the Works, Wentworth), Kaitlyn Cantelli (Interior Design, Perkins & Will), Alec Zebroski (Perkins & Will), and Dan Ramos (Project Manager, Bond).
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