Residential

Williams co pic copyWilliams Co. employs an innovative process for fabricating building frames on a new assisted-living community for central Florida.

By Tim O’Connor

J.J. Williams founded his namesake home building company in 1920 with an aim to provide quality product and great service to his clients. “He didn’t focus on being the biggest homebuilder in Florida or the cheapest,” Vice President Richard Shannon says. Instead, Williams wanted to provide the best value and experience. That attitude established a strong reputation that persists through to today.

The company remained in the Williams family for three generations until 2007 when it started the process of becoming employee owned, a lengthy transition that was finally completed in 2016. “Everyone in the company has an ownership stake,” Shannon explains. “We do see that translate into everybody taking ownership in what we do.”

CamdenCamden Development strives to exceed customer’s expectations with innovative technology, luxury amenities and outstanding service.

By Bianca Herron

Camden Development, a subsidiary of REIT Camden Property Trust, develops, acquires and manages multifamily apartment communities across the country. Camden owns interests in and operates 153 properties with more than 53,116 apartments.

JMA Florida VICE picJohn Moriarty and Associates’ relationship with developer PMG continues with its work on the Vice apartment project in Miami.
By Jim Harris

John Moriarty and Associates’ ability to meet its clients’ needs has earned it regular business from a number of high-profile owners and developers.

“We are an owner’s contractor,” says Rick Schuerger, vice president and project executive for Moriarty’s Florida office. “We work closely with the owner as well as with architectural and design teams to make sure we keep and maintain our schedule.”

The Holland Companies picThe Holland Companies aims to revitalize a dilapidated street with its latest project.
By Bianca Herron

For more than 50 years, The Holland Companies have successfully managed hundreds of residential and commercial projects throughout the greater Boston area, including South End and Back Bay.

The Holland Companies consists of M. Holland & Sons Construction and Holland Development. Both grew out of the work Michael and Margaret Holland started after arriving in the United States from their native Ireland.

In addition to John Holland, his brothers Michael, Joe and Paul, and sister Ann make up the second generation of family leadership within the company. According to Holland, the company highly values craftsmanship, which is why it builds most of its projects from concept to completion.

Terratec picTerratec has expanded its capabilities into residential housing with Cranberry Village.

By Chris Kelsch

Terratec Construction didn’t start out in residential construction, but that hasn’t stopped it from excelling in a number of projects throughout Massachusetts. “We actually started out doing infrastructure,” President Mounir Matraji says. “Eventually we started expanding into residential homes and now we have a few projects ongoing.”

The company’s experience is literally built from the ground up. It started in 2003 in Marlborough, located in eastern Massachusetts, by offering services such as site excavation, utilities and concrete foundations. It offered these services to a wide variety of industries, including infrastructure, energy, education and health, residential, commercial and industrial edifications, basic sanitation and town planning.

Maplewood TG Nickel picMaplewood’s Inspīr project will provide seniors with unique, comfortable spaces.
By Alan Dorich

After more than a decade, Maplewood Senior Living has built a team of associates who are passionate about giving senior citizens a unique, comfortable lifestyle. “Having those people around is really the main key to our success,” President and CEO Gregory D. Smith declares.

The Westport, Conn.-based company is bringing that passion to Inspīr | Manhattan, a project it is developing in New York City with Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc. Located in the city’s Upper East Side, the 212,000-square-foot, mid-rise building will stand 23 stories and feature 215 units for assisted living, enhanced care and memory care.

Inspīr will be one of the first ground-up projects of its scale in the city in more than 20 years. “We really said, ‘Let’s put the experience of the resident at the front line of how we develop and design this particular brand,’” Smith recalls. “Putting their needs and wants first are what we should be doing.”

LGConstructionPlymouth2LG Construction Group enjoys tackling complex projects as it expands its adaptive reuse portfolio.

By Kat Zeman

The folks at LG Construction Group enjoy a little intrigue. Navigating a complex structural system in a historic building does not intimidate the firm. A diverse renovation project that requires numerous city permits and the ability to achieve historic a tax credit rating is appealing. Complications and obstacles are not a problem. They are a challenge.

“Diverse and challenging projects, tricky structural systems and anything that is unique we tend to excel at,” says Matt Wilke, LG Construction’s COO.

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