Project Discussion

NV5 Breaking Ground on a New Police Station in Massachusetts

Congratulations to the Boston Program Management group on this great project milestone! The Town of Merrimac, Massachusetts, and the Merrimac Police Department hosted a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the construction of the department’s new, modern home. NV5 is providing owner’s project management services on this project. During the ceremony, Police Chief Eric Shears recognized NV5 … Continue reading NV5 Breaking Ground on a New Police Station in Massachusetts

NV5 On Top of the World In San Diego

On July 31, 2019, NV5’s Deputy Chief Building Official and onsite inspector, Bruce Boyer, and Senior Vice President for Energy and Chief Building Official, Kevin Wedman participated in the “structural steel topping out ceremony” in which the final piece of structural steel was placed on the 17 story General Administration Facility (GAF). This is an … Continue reading NV5 On Top of the World In San Diego

NV5’s Frisco Bay Marina Project in the News!

Check out this coverage on NBC Channel 9 News of the Denver office’s work on Frisco Marina on Dillon Lake. It features Chris Guarino and his NV5 hardhat throughout! NV5 is providing owner’s representation services on this project, which will lower the lake bed by 13 feet, enabling boating season businesses to stay “afloat” even when … Continue reading NV5’s Frisco Bay Marina Project in the News!

NV5 Instrumental In Roberto Clemente State Park’s Redesigned Waterfront and Gateway

NV5 has been working for the New York State Office of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP) redesigning and reconstructing this major flagship park, Roberto Clemente State Park (RCSP), located in the Bronx along the Harlem River shoreline, since 2007. Last week, Governor Cuomo decided to stage a “ribbon-cutting” ceremony (some of the improvements have … Continue reading NV5 Instrumental In Roberto Clemente State Park’s Redesigned Waterfront and Gateway

NV5’s NYC Office’s Queens Boulevard Project Wins Prestigous Design Award

All NYC public projects by law must be reviewed and approved by the New York City Public Design Commission (PDC) before they can be put out to bid and constructed. PDC is an appointed high-level commission of distinguished architects, landscape architects, artists and engineers. PDC are judge and jury for all ‘City’ projects, there to … Continue reading NV5’s NYC Office’s Queens Boulevard Project Wins Prestigous Design Award