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'As fans pass by, they can look into the
practice facility. It's a unique feature.'
of-the-art track & field/multi-sport event
center, boutique hotel and two additional
office buildings and more retail shops and
restaurants. "We're going to continue building the New Balance campus," Noon says.
"There's not an end date to it right now."
The development is being promoted as
Boston's dynamic new neighborhood for
businesses, families and shoppers pursuing
active lives. It's being billed as a place where
people can "live, work and play."
This revitalization is designed to transform the area into a vibrant destination for
like-minded companies, with a focus on
work and life balance.
Founded in 1985, John Moriarty's roots
include an extensive background in
building office projects. The company has
constructed everything from urban towers
with underground parking structures to
widespread campus settings and corporate
office buildings and residential complexes.
Its portfolio also boasts expertise with
historic restoration, millwork, masonry
and recreating old world craftsmanship in
projects focused on restoration, renovation,
preservation and reuse.
In the laboratory sector, John Moriarty
has built a number of medical labs intended for research, chemistry and biotech
and pharmaceutical experimentation.
The company has a successful record of
building for institutional and academic
clients as well as working in hospital and
Beyond that, John Moriarty has years of
experience with commercial interiors. It
has successfully executed everything from
restaurants and dining facilities to break
rooms and clubhouses.
The company's philosophy centers on
providing construction management
services that combine a proactive and
aggressive preconstruction involvement
during the design process with a hands-on
approach to ensure the project construction
meets quality standards and schedule and
John Moriarty has established offices in
Hartford, Conn., Alexandria, Va., and Hollywood, Fla., in addition to its Winchester
headquarters. It performs work in eastern
Massachusetts, northern New England,
Connecticut, Rhode Island, the Washington,
D.C., area and all of southern Florida.
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