Northampton, Ma- Have you ever been interested in walking around inside one of Massachusetts new medical marijuana dispensaries, but you don’t have a card? Well take a look at this interactive tour of NETA’s Northampton dispensary. This beautiful retail project that Nadeau delivered was one of the first dispensaries open here in MA.
Franklin, MA- Take a moment and go inside New England Treatment Access to see what a state-of-the-art Medical Marijuana cultivation facility looks like. This site produces 8,000 lbs of medicine per year and is a model for what other organizations should strive for as they enter this industry here in Massachusetts.
Nadeau Corp has completed a 63,000 square foot build out for one of Massachusetts first Medical Marijuana organizations New England Treatment Access. NETA called upon Nadeau to build this state-of-the-art cultivation operation with air showers, lab grade production environments and built-in expansion potential. This location will stock (2) high-end dispensary retail locations.
Nadeau Corporation’s Community Division is proud to have been awarded a project with the American Lung Association. In an effort to reduce their carbon footprint and create better air for all, the American Lung Association of the Northeast has engaged Nadeau Corporation to deliver a 103’ x 24.5’ Solaire 360T solar carport that will cover a portion of the parking lot of American Lung Association at 45 Ash St. in East Hartford, CT. This project will consist of 140 solar modules creating a solar energy system of 39.90 kilowatts. An underground Stormwater Storage System will be installed to manage potential drainage issues and we will also install EV Car Chargers for electric vehicles driven by the staff.
Nadeau has recently completed a medical marijuana retail dispensary for New England Treatment Access, the only state-approved medical marijuana dispensary in Hampshire County. NETA, which is also licensed to open a dispensary in Brookline with Nadeau’s help, was among the first medical marijuana companies to be registered by the Massachusetts DPH. NETA is growing its marijuana in the town of Franklin in a facility also built out by Nadeau’s team.
Nadeau Corporation Construction Development and Engineering and Annino Associates have completed renovations to the downtown branch of the Attleboro YMCA.
At the ribbon cutting ceremony Robin McDonald, CEO of the Attleboro YMCA stated “We’re very excited to reveal the results of this renovation that has transformed a 1909 YMCA lobby into a new, modern space that addresses the needs of our community today.”
Eight months of renovations took shape in the form of a new Augat Family Adventure Center which includes new classrooms for child care and youth programming as well as a healthy menu café for YMCA members and guests.
The original North Main St. entrance of the building was also restored in the process and now leads to a Cuddy Kids Gym on one side and the Toddler Room, School’s Out room, and another playroom on the other side. The Family Adventure Center will serve 175 kids every day in a safe, fun, and innovative space.
This project was made possible by a multi-generational gift by the Augat Foundation and during the dedication ceremony local dignitaries, YMCA staff members, and Gretchen Reilly, the late Ernest Augat’s daughter were on hand for the ribbon cutting festivities on May 7th.
As part of the continuing commitment to diversity at the University of Rhode Island, the new LGBTQ Center provides a facility which is able to support the mission of the Center and needs of the LGBTQ community.The project included the demolition of the 4,000 GSF Ruggles House and the construction of a two-story wood structure of approximately 5,000 sf. The program spaces include multipurpose rooms, a student lounge and resource area, a kitchen, and office space, parking and landscaping.
Nadeau Corporation Construction Development and Engineering has overcome numerous obstacles to deliver the new Banna Memorial Fire Station for the Town of Seekonk. The new 2-story station allows for 24 hour emergency service to the Seekonk area. The station was needed to serve the town’s north end, and reduce emergency response time.