In 1985, Moriarty was founded as a firm that focused on hiring the right people. This created an environment that emphasized dynamic teamwork and supported openness, trust and clear communications.
John Moriarty & Associates was founded in 1985 with a determination to provide the best possible construction management services to our clients. To do this, John Moriarty & Associates combined a proactive and aggressive preconstruction involvement during the design process with a hands-on approach to ensuring the project construction met the quality, schedule and financial objectives established by the team.
The result is a Construction Management firm with established offices in Winchester, Massachusetts performing work in Eastern Massachusetts and Northern New England; Hartford, Connecticut performing work throughout Connecticut and Rhode Island; Alexandria, Virginia with work in the Washington, DC area; and Hollywood, Florida covering all of Southern Florida.
JMA has grown to become one of the most respected construction management firms in the industry, with a track record of delivering a predictable result on a variety of project types; from high-rise office construction in urban settings to complicated laboratory and health care facilities to residential projects of varying standards to finally the suburban office building that needs to be built quickly and effectively.
Jun 02, 2020
Framing Back Underway for the Omni Boston Seaport
Crews are back on site, working on framing for the Omni Boston Seaport. The upcoming 1,055 room hotel will be the city's fourth-largest hotel when complete. The hotel will also include 120,000 square feet of meeting and event space including two large 25,000-square-foot and 15,500-square-foot ballrooms, 35,000 square feet of restaurant space, 5,000 square feet of retail space and an 8,500-square-foot spa and fitness center.
Jun 01, 2020
Foundation Construction Back Underway for The St. Regis Residences, Boston
Foundation construction is back underway for The St. Regis Residences, Boston. The waterfront tower will offer 114 luxury condos featuring floor to ceiling windows, custom Italian cabinets, and polished marble counters. The entire fourth floor of the building will dedicated solely to resident amenities including an exercise room, spa, and pool along with a Grand Lounge overlooking the harbor. The property will also feature a bistro-style restaurant with outdoor seating, plus a private entrance for residents and in-home private dining.
May 28, 2020
Final Touches Underway for The Sudbury: Leasing Kicks off This Summer
With leasing to kick off this summer, finishing touches are underway for The Sudbury. The 45-story tower is the first building within the nearly 3 million square foot Bulfinch Crossing development. The Sudbury will offer luxurious homes for both renters and buyers with 368 apartments & 55 condos. The condos will range in size from 1738 to 2766 square feet, with just 5 homes per floor. Condo residents will also have access to an exclusive rooftop garden on the 48th floor. Other amenities, accessible for all residents will include a resort-style pool deck with lounge areas, a wrap-around 32nd floor Sky Deck with fire pits, and a Sky Lounge.
May 14, 2020
Plumbing Permit Pulled for Verizon Offices at The Hub on Causeway
A permit has been puled for plumbing work on floors 15-31, future home of Verizon at The Hub on Causeway. The project will include new plumbing for kitchenettes and shower areas within the company's 440,000 square feet. The 21-story tower is the final phase of The Hub on Causeway and construction is expected to be complete sometime next year.
Apr 24, 2020
Fire Alarm Permit Pulled for Track At New Balance
A permit has been pulled to install the fire alarm system for The Track at New Balance in Brighton. The next phase of Boston Landing will feature an indoor track as well as regulation hard court and turf field space and a separate warm-up track along with seating capacity for up to 5,000 spectators. The project will also offer a 3,500 capacity music venue in partnership with The Bowery Presents. Construction is expected to be completed in Fall 2021.
Apr 02, 2020
Permits Pulled for Telecom & Security Install at The Beat
Permits have been pulled for the install of 99 telecom drops along with 30 security devices at The Beat in Dorchester. The Beat will include 360,000 square feet of office space and 300,000 square feet of flex/light industrial space, along with retail including a 10,000-square-foot fitness center, a 100-seat restaurant and a micro craft brewery with a food component, including an outdoor beer garden.
Mar 19, 2020
Electrical Permit Pulled for New Balance Sports Research Lab at The Track
A permit has been pulled for electrical power and lighting install at the New Balance Sports Research Lab at The Track. The Track is the next phase of the Boston Landing project and will also feature a 200-meter indoor track as well as regulation hard court and turf field space and a separate warm-up track along with seating capacity for up to 5,000 spectators. There will also be a music venue, The Bowery Present, along with ground-floor retail and restaurant options within the project. Targeted opening is Fall 2021.
Mar 17, 2020
CO Issued for Hub Hall at The Hub on Causeway
On Monday, March 16th a temporary certificate of occupancy was issued for the 16,000 square-foot food hall, Hub Hall, at The Hub on Causeway. Curated by the Patina Restaurant Group the hall will feature 18 diverse food and drink options. A wide mix of vendors, including renowned chefs, local spots, health-conscious and indulgent offerings can all be found at Hub Hall. Notable offerings include Lily P's Fried Chicken, Mike's Pastry, Momosan Ramen, Monica’s Mercato, Sauce Burgers, Sullivan's, The Smoke Shop, and Taco Dumbo. For those looking for a drink, Hub Hall will feature The Draft by Banners, offering regularly rotating craft beer offerings, and Now Pouring Wine Bar, featuring a selection of regularly-changing wine offerings by the glass & bottle. We will be anxiously awaiting the Hub Hall's official opening.
Mar 13, 2020
Notice of Project Change Approved for Phase 2 of Fenway Center
With construction wrapping up for Bower (phase 1 of Fenway Center), the BPDA has approved an NPC for Phase 2 of the project. The change will adjust the mix of uses within Buildings 3 and 4 from a mix of residential, office, and lab uses to office/R&D/lab and life science. Parking has been reduced by 500 spaces in a fully automated garage while around 3,669 square feet of additional civic open space has been added. The project will sit on a podium to be constructed over the 8 lanes of the Mass Pike knitting the Fenway/Kenmore community together by creating a new connection between Beacon Street, Brookline Ave. and Lansdowne.
An opportunity to “Knit” the community An opportunity to “Knit” the community via connections from Beacon Street, to Lansdowne Station, to Brookline Avenue.via connections from Beacon Street, to Lansdowne Station, to Brookline Avenue.
Mar 08, 2020
Amenity Spaces Coming Together at The Sudbury
While interior finishing is ongoing for the luxury residential units at The Sudbury, work also continues for the install of the building's pool. Along with the pool offering amazing views, residents will have access to a fitness center, clubroom, and sky lounge and terrace. The Sudbury will consist of 368 apartment units and 55 condos. The first units are expected to open this spring.
Mar 08, 2020
BLDUP Sneak Peek: Bower
BLDUP recently got an inside look at Bower, the first phase of the Fenway Center with Kelly Saito, Managing Partner at Gerding Edlen. It’s clear, even in its unfinished state, that this is not going to be just another luxury apartment building. While the exterior of the building features modern finishes and sharp angles biophilic design elements throughout the interior not only create an intriguing juxtaposition but will contribute to residents’ wellness.
Bower features two buildings connected by a common podium. The first (the shorter building) offers 100 apartments set to open in May along with a roof terrace complete with fire pit and grills atop a comfortable resident lounge featuring skylights, a sizeable indoor planter, and other natural elements. Units offer Italian cabinetry including cabinet fronted appliances, beautifully tiled baths, ample closet space, and View Smart Windows. Bower is the first residential project in Boston to offer this technology which allows for automatic tinting throughout the day to keep residents comfortable while offering ample natural light. Not only does the View Glass provide a great resident perk, but it will also help the building conserve energy.
The first building at Bower is expected to welcome residents in May.
Residences at Bower feature Italian cabinetry and ample natural light via the View Smart Glass.
The crown jewel of Bower, where we are sure residents will be lining up to relax is the amazing rooftop amenity space on the second/taller building set to open this summer. With 360 views of Boston including a look inside neighboring Fenway Park, the rooftop will offer a sizable swimming pool, cabanas, and lush plantings. Not only will this space look undeniably cool but the development team took an extra step to raise the deck allowing for space for a heat recovery system hidden under the trendy decor. Right below the roof deck, there is another resident lounge complete with an oversized skylight and more lush greenery. Downstairs generously sized residences again feature Italian cabinetry, this time a two-tone finish including upper cabinets in a lovely green. This building also houses space for the management office and resident fitness center rounding out a full suite of tenant amenities.
The view from Bower’s roof deck amenity space
At Bower’s ground levels one facing David Ortiz Way the other along Beacon Street retail/restaurant space rounds out the project. Saito tells us his team is actively in negotiations for these coveted spaces in a prime location so close to Fenway Park. A staircase and courtyard will offer a connection between Beacon Street & the lower level of the property plus a new pedestrian walkway will also connect Beacon and Bower itself to the Yawkey Commuter Rail Station. Preleasing for Bower is set to kick off sometime within the next 30 days with rents for the 312 luxury apartments expected to range from $2900 to $5800 per month. https://www.bowerboston.com/
Mar 06, 2020
Steel Framing Ongoing for 321 Harrison Ave
Steel framing is ongoing for the 8-story addition being added to the parking garage at 321 Harrison Ave. The new building will feature 232,500 square feet of Class A office space along with numerous tenant amenities including a fitness center, roof terrace, and 4,000 square foot "living room". The existing lobby that connects the garage with neighboring 1000 Washington St. will also be reconfigured and renovated to serve both buildings.
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