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Ben Tucker has been named President of Chapman Construction/Design by owner John Hall, who will assume the title of Founder & Principal. During his eight years here, Ben has worked closely with John and the other members of senior leadership including SVPs John Ferreira and Rich Elliott. This close collaboration will continue as Ben officially takes the helm.
With wellness and sustainability at the core of many corporate cultures, companies are looking for unique ways to showcase these values in their offices. Living walls have become an increasingly popular way to accomplish this, with some real benefits. Beyond their obvious visual appeal, living walls can improve indoor air quality, aid in noise reduction and temperature control, and increase office workers' energy levels and awareness. They can also earn your project some credits toward a LEED Certification.
After nearly doubling the size of its congregation over 20 years, Temple Beth Shalom had outgrown its existing facility, where 800 families gather regularly to socialize, learn, and worship. With a full schedule of activities seven days a week, the temple needed a new space that could keep pace with its vibrant and vital congregation.
Chapman Construction/Design has opened a new office at 8025 South Willow Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. The new location, which will serve Chapman’s northern market partners and clients, will be managed by Senior Vice President John Ferreira, a 25-year Chapman veteran and longtime New Hampshire resident.
On Sunday, September 25th, Chapman hosted its annual "Ode to Summer" barbeque. This traditional event brings together the Chapman team and their families for an afternoon of food, fun, celebration, and of course, our competitive office vs. field staff tug-o-war!
Please visit our Facebook Page for photos of this event!
We are excited to welcome these two new full-time employees to our team!
Boston University CAS Dean's Suite
The 1960s brick building at 17 Hartwell Avenue in Lexington needed a radical refresh to appeal to today's tenants. Building owners Boston Properties selected Maugel Architects and Chapman Construction/Design to rejuvenate the 30,000 sf single-story structure.
With sustainability incorporated into all aspects of their operations, Boston Scientific is always proactive about reducing their impact on the environment. So when the time came to upgrade their outdated street lights, they naturally chose a cutting-edge, energy-efficient option.