"A screen of heavy granite hanging in mid-air? I wish all our recent architecture were equally crazy. Because this home for Novartis in Cambridge is the most interesting new building in town." - Robert Campbell for the Boston Globe
We had a great visit this week by eighteen estimators from Shawmut Design and Construction. It was great to show them our work and our process as well as exchange ideas and hurdles in the construction industry.
Congratulations to Derek and Justin, our most recent graduates from the Apprentice Woodworking Program!
From l to r: Chris Plante, Shop Foreman; Derek Michaud; Justin Bartoszek and Gary Armstrong, Job Captain.
After 8 years of powering our 100,000sf shop, our wind turbine's blades and hub came down by crane for routine maintenance. These unique shots were taken by drone by our MRW employee Nick Gordon.The turbine is being serviced and cleaned and should be back up and running next week.
Mark Richey gave a tour to design students from Endicott College, Beverly, MA. Mark was able to demonstrate to the students, our 3D/BIM technology and how a project goes from the engineering and design stage to actually being built in the shop.
October 27, 2016: State energy and environment officials today joined the Massachusetts Office of Technical Assistance (OTA) and other state and local leaders at an event to recognize the alternative energy and energy efficiency accomplishments of Mark Richey Woodworking (MRW) of Newburyport, MA.