Project Spotlight – Hub on Causeway

General Contractor: John Moriarty & Associates Developer: Boston Properties About: 1.87 million square foot mixed-use development featuring three towers with retail, office, hotel, and residential uses. The Hub on Causeway will be constructed in three phases. Phase One consists of: 175,000 square feet of creative office space, 147,000 square feet of which will be home

The HYM Investment Group, Building Trades Unions, and John Moriarty & Associates sign region’s largest-ever private sector project labor agreement for Suffolk Downs Redevelopment

For Immediate Release on Monday, January 6, 2020 Contacts: On behalf of HYM Investment Group: Susan Elsbree, 617-212-6817, Susan@InkHouse.com On behalf of Building Trades Unions: Jeff Hall, 617-281-8384, Jeff@617MediaGroup.com Equity and inclusion at center of pact that will create access and opportunity for family-sustaining careers over next two decades BOSTON, MA / REVERE, MA –

Member Spotlight Andrew Davis, Boilermakers Local 29

 Andrew Davis is the #2 boilermaker in the country. It’s no exaggeration: he came in second place at a national competition that’s a little like an obstacle course, but with a welding torch. The Local 29 member just recently graduated from his apprenticeship and is in his first year as a journeyworker. It’s been a

Response to DPH Study on Opioid Related Overdose Deaths in MA

Building Trades Unions Respond to Department of Public Health (DPH) Study on Opioid Related Overdose Deaths in Massachusetts The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) recently released a report documenting opioid overdoses by industry and occupation, including construction.  The outcome of this DPH study validates what we already know — that the construction industry is

MetroBTC Building Pathways Graduation

Building Pathways Graduation Jumpstarts Opportunity for Diverse Youth

Our unions are steadily moving towards our goal of building a diverse workforce that reflects the makeup of Boston neighborhoods. One key initiative is the Building Pathways program, which graduated its 17th class of apprentices, with a ceremony at Sheet Metal Workers Local 17. The program, which recently moved to Roxbury, offers a stepping stone

Sullivan Courthouse conversion in East Cambridge a go—again

One of the Boston region’s longest-running development sagas appears to have ended in a Massachusetts Appeals Court’s decision in the developer’s favor. Developer Leggat-McCall has been trying for several years to convert the shuttered Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse (and one-time jail) at 40 Thorndike Street in East Cambridge into offices and two dozen apartments. Some