GE Names Suffolk Manager of New Global HQ in Boston

📅   Thu February 09, 2017 - Northeast Edition
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General Electric, Gensler photo
GE announced the selection of Suffolk Construction Company as construction manager for the development of GE’s new global headquarters in Boston.
General Electric, Gensler photo GE announced the selection of Suffolk Construction Company as construction manager for the development of GE’s new global headquarters in Boston.
General Electric, Gensler photo
GE announced the selection of Suffolk Construction Company as construction manager for the development of GE’s new global headquarters in Boston. General Electric, Gensler photo
Rendering of GE’s new global HQ. eneral Electric, Gensler photo
Suffolk will provide pre-construction services related to the development of the new 12-story building on the campus. General Electric, Gensler photo
In this first phase, Suffolk will work closely with the project architect, Gensler, on refining and completing the design. General Electric, Gensler photo
Once complete, construction of the new 295,000 sq. ft. (27,406 sq m) building will begin.

GE announced the selection of Suffolk Construction Company as construction manager for the development of GE's new global headquarters in Boston.

Suffolk will provide pre-construction services related to the development of the new 12-story building on the campus. In this first phase, Suffolk will work closely with the project architect, Gensler, on refining and completing the design. In addition, Suffolk will develop the project timing, sequencing, logistics and cost.

Once complete, construction of the new 295,000 sq. ft. (27,406 sq m) building will begin.

The selection of Suffolk came after a thorough evaluation of many local firms.

“We're excited to partner with a local firm as well-known and respected as Suffolk on this important project,” said Ann R. Klee, vice president, Boston development and operations of GE. “We are confident in their ability to deliver.”

“We are honored and privileged to partner with GE on the planning and construction of its new headquarters in the great city of Boston,” said John Fish, chairman and CEO, Suffolk. “Our team looks forward to implementing our unique 'build smart' approach and state-of-the-art technologies and processes to plan and construct this important building for one of the most innovative, forward thinking companies in the world. We cannot wait to get started.”