It is with great excitement that we announce that we have been selected to provide Construction Management at-Risk Services for the UMass Amherst School of Public Health & Health Sciences (SP

It is with great excitement that we announce that we have been selected to provide Construction Management at-Risk Services for the UMass Amherst School of Public Health & Health Sciences (SPHHS) Hub.

This project involves the construction of a new 26,800 square foot School of Public Health & Health Sciences Building that will include flexible, team-based learning classrooms, office space, time-shared cubicles, conferencing facilities, and open areas designed for informal work and collaboration.

Dating back to the construction of the Fine Arts Center in 1975, we have delivered thirteen successful projects at the University of Massachusetts Amherst including new construction and renovations touching nearly every department on campus. All of us here at Fontaine Bros. hold with great pride the history that we have on the UMass Amherst campus and we look forward to building on that legacy with this project!

Dean Tech Students Tour the Peck Middle School Jobsite!

Last week, Sean Sheedy from the Holyoke School Department and Carlos Amaral from Anser Advisory led a tour of the new William R. Peck Middle School project for Dean Tech High School faculty, administrators and students from the carpentry and electrical shops. Charlie Payne from the Carpenters Union, Mayor Joshua A. Garcia, City Council Member Juan Anderson-Burgos, Superintendent Anthony Soto, and State Rep. Patricia Duffy were present as well. It was a great opportunity to showcase this exciting project and highlight the possible career paths available to the students! #SchoolConstruction #FutureOfEducation

Recently, our team wrapped up Phase 1 of construction of the Andy Yee Palliative Care Unit at Mercy Medical Center - Springfield, MA!

Recently, our team wrapped up Phase 1 of construction of the Andy Yee Palliative Care Unit at Mercy Medical Center - Springfield, MA! This special space, dedicated to providing comfort and support for patients and families during end-of-life care and chronic illness management, honors the legacy of the late Andy Yee, a beloved local restaurateur and hospital champion. With the consultation, family, and reflection rooms, as well as the hallway corridor and ADA accessible bathroom now complete, our team awaits Phase 2 which will include the construction of a nurses’ station and patient rooms. #healthcareconstruction