Nadeau’s work at the Blackstone Valley Medical Building will allow Rhode Island Medical Imaging to continue to bring their patients the highest level of care. Nadeau Corporation and Vision 3 Architects design/build team provided interior renovations for a new and improved diagnostic imaging center at 333 School Street in Pawtucket, RI. READ ARTICLE
Nadeau Corporation is happy to announce that we have be awarded the URI LGBTQ Center Project. Designed by LLB Architects, this 2 story, 5,723 s.f. wood framed center will improve the experience and lives of the LGBTQ community and the larger community at URI by providing a safe and welcoming environment by providing meaningful programs and services.
In the spirit of planting the seeds for the next generation of construction managers, Nadeau Corporation Construction Engineering & Development has teamed up with Roger Williams University and their Career Center to offer a student a “day in the life” with their company. PRESS RELEASE
Nadeau’s MedBuild Team prepares for Healthcare Construction Moving into 2014 The pace of this sector’s construction starts is on the rise and with hospitals, clinics, and other medical networks expanding to meet the growing needs of the public, Nadeau expects no lag in demand for its MedBuild construction services.(click to read full article in High Profile Monthly Magazine)
Nadeau Corporation breaks ground on the Banna Memorial Fire Station in Seekonk, MA. READ ARTICLE
Boston, Ma- Nadeau Corporation Construction Engineering & Development is closing out their Campus Center Atrium Project at UMASS Boston. The Attleboro based general contractor was awarded the project after noise from students in the common areas of the Atrium was flowing into the 2nd and 3rd floor offices causing noise interference between floors and disturbing the administrative staff.
Keller Roughton of Gensler, the architect on job, formulated a solution where Nadeau could add structural framing for concealed window frames behind the drywall and install glass panels in the second and third floor openings of the Campus Center office wing. Placing glass in these 32 openings would ensure reduction of noise transfer, however Nadeau’s team had to overcome the challenge of operating in an occupied space without disrupting ongoing student and office activities.
Nadeau Corporation’s Project Manager David D’Angelo, and superintendent Mark Fahrenholtz, took on the task and delivered. The project not only met the quality standards of UMASS Boston’s Paul Frazier, but also implemented a safety regiment approved by some of the most scrutinizing organizations in existence to ensure the general public was safe at all times. The renovation project began in January 2013 and will be successfully closed out this August.