The Viridian – 1282 Boylston Street – Boston, MA
Composite Company has recently mobilized to the 1282 Boylston Street site to weld 75,000 shear connectors on the proposed Viridian building. The project will add 342 residences, a 2,700 foot community center, and 10,000 square feet of ground floor retail to the Boston skyline. Composite anticipates a completion date for welding the shear connectors by the end of 2014.
New Balance Head Quarters, Boston Landing Development – Boston, MA
This spring we also started welding shear connectors at the New Balance Head Quarters in Boston, MA. Composite Company was hired to weld 100,000 shear connectors on the new 6 story building . It will be the first building on a 14 acre site that will provide new commercial offices, retail, a hotel, and a 250,00 square foot sports complex.
Fenway Triangle Development – Boston, MA
The Fenway Triangle Development project, located at 1325 Boylston Street project is Composite Company’s biggest contract so far in 2014. The proposed building will be equipped with new high end office space and 172 residences to the Fenway area. Composite Company will be responsible for welding 147,000 shear connectors.
UMASS Boston General Academic
Composite Company is in the process of welding 24,000 shear connectors at UMBA General Academic in Boston. This 150,000 square foot building will house state-of-the –art classrooms and specialized teaching space for the UMass Boston Campus.
Composite Company Inc. was hired to weld 130,000 shear connectors for the Longwood Center Project, located in Boston, MA. The 9 story, 154,100 square foot expansion to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute was a featured project in Boston in 2013.
Northeastern University Grandmarc Resident Hall
Composite Company Inc. successfully completed welding 50,000 shear connectors on Northeastern University’s Grandmarc Resident Hall in 2013. The 17-story building will add 730 beds for on campus housing for both first-year students and upper-classmen.
Composite Company Inc. was contracted to weld 45,000 shear connectors for the Waterside Place Project, located in Boston’s Seaport District in 2012. The 20-story building is a 350,000 square foot mixed use property that features 236 residential units, 140 parking spaces, a 7,000 square foot Innovation Center and 10,000 square feet of retail.