South Coast Improvement Company, a design-build general contractor serving New England and the Mid-Atlantic states, completed several renovation projects at the campus of Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Completed projects included renovations of: administrative offices at Lyons Hall and Campion Hall; men’s restrooms at Conte Forum; and classroom renovations at Fulton Hall. South Coast Improvement currently is wrapping up an additional renovation of the Boston College Police Station.
“Unlike most college students, we like summer school because university renovation projects incorporate the elements that bring out the best in our team–design; strict, make-or-break deadlines; and working around existing operations,” said Tom Quinlan, president of South Coast Improvement Company. “A campus like BC, even during summer break is quite an active place. Besides the quality of our work, I think BC keeps hiring us for summer work because we do our best in active places under deadline.”
Over the past six years, some of the other buildings and parts of the BC campus where South Coast Improvement has completed renovation projects include Faber House, Flynn Recreation Complex, Voute and Gabelli Halls, Ignacio Hall, Murray House, St. Clements, Yawkey Athletics and 36 College Road.
“I know in educational terms, having to repeat is not good. But repeat business is the pathway to success in our line of work,” said Quinlan. “That’s why we’re delighted to count Boston College among the number of colleges and universities in the area who have wanted us to come back for new construction and renovation projects.”
South Coast Improvement’s resume of college and university work includes repeat work at Boston University, Babson College, Holy Cross, Northeastern University, Dean College and Mount Ida.
Based in Marion, Mass., South Coast Improvement Co is a recognized leader in providing building and renovation services to a client base of senior living, healthcare, institutional and retail clients. For more information, call 508/748-6545 or visit www.southcoastimprovement.com.
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