Farrar & Associates News

Farrar Associates Construction Management Late Summer News Update

With the Summer of 2020 coming to a close, we reflect back on the accomplishments of the past several months. The diversification of our services has truly been beneficial with maneuvering through such a challenging time period.

Our special projects division broke ground in July on an extensive underground electrical project in Middletown RI. This project includes the construction of over 1 mile of underground electrical, telephone and cable allowing for the removal of all overhead wiring and 70 telephone poles. This project continues to be ahead of schedule and under budget.

We completed fast track Covid related projects at colleges and private schools, assisting with social distancing, constructing cafes and an infirmary. These projects truly represented the true meaning of Fast Track!

2020-09-16T09:29:12-04:00September 16th, 2020|Construction Management, Farrar Assoc Services|

Farrar Associates and The Scenic Third Beach Project, MIddletown RI

The Scenic Aquidneck Coalition has announced a project to bury utility lines along Third Beach Road and Indian Avenue in Middletown, RI. Farrar Associates Construction Management successfully completed the pre-construction planning phase and is the Construction Manager / General Contractor for the construction of this extensive underground electrical project.

2020-06-16T12:09:33-04:00June 16th, 2020|Construction Management, General Contractor|

Taking an Idea with Vision to Reality with Farrar Associates

If you are planning a construction or development project you will find our innovative Construction and Design Resource Center to be a valuable asset contributing to a successful project. The Construction and Design Resource Center will include; plan and program requirements, design services, turnkey construction delivery, cost estimating, constructability reviews, permitting and expediting.

Letter from James Farrar, Salve Regina University proposed Residence Hall

I wanted to take a moment to share the following web site and video about Salve Regina’s proposed residence hall with you. As you know, Salve is appealing the Historic District Commission’s decision against construction of the student residences to the Zoning Board. Briefs from legal teams will be filed on Monday, January 27, and the board will hear oral arguments focused on Residence Hall A (Watts site) on Monday, February 24. A vote on this appeal is also expected to take place at this time.

2020-01-27T11:06:01-05:00January 27th, 2020|Farrar Project|
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