Fitchburg State University's Landry Arena Renovation Received a 2018 CMAA New England Award

 

 Landry Arena Training Facility

Landry Arena Training Facility

 CMAA New England Award Ceremony — Ryan Tracy of Walsh Brothers accepting the award with MDS architects Meghan Burke and Tim Teabo

CMAA New England Award Ceremony — Ryan Tracy of Walsh Brothers accepting the award with MDS architects Meghan Burke and Tim Teabo

BOSTON, MA — CMAA New England (Construction Management Association of America's New England Chapter) recognized the Fitchburg State University Landry Arena Renovation/Adaptive Reuse and Walsh Brothers, Inc. with a 2018 CMAA Award in the Renovation/Modernization less than $10 million category. The CMAA Awards Committee evaluates projects based on outcomes, overall management, safety, quality management, cost management, schedule management, complexity, innovation and creativity, and customer satisfaction as the basis for the award. MDS congratulates the team on the industry recognition. Read more about the Landry Arena Renovation/Adaptive Reuse that transformed a decommissioned ice arena into a performance and training facility for Fitchburg State University student athletes.