Groom Construction was awarded the Boston Real Estate Times 2019 Excellence Award for Construction and General Contracting.
Institution for Savings officially opened its doors on July 8, 2019 at their brand new Salem office located in Vinnen Square. The 3,000 square foot stand-alone brick building was previously occupied by Beverly National Bank, followed by Danversbank. The branch subsequently closed in 2011 when Danversbank was acquired by People’s United Bank. This new Institution for Savings office renovation included a new lobby and teller line, private retail and lending offices, two full-service drive-up lanes, a 24-hour drive-up ATM and considerable onsite parking.
Having completed over 35 locations in the past two years, Groom Construction’s partnership with TD Bank continues to grow. Projects ranging from small refreshes to complete branch and corporate space renovations, have spanned the New England states of MA, NY, CT, RI, VT, ME, NH, and NJ. From structural changes to interior finishes, the scope has included plumbing, electrical, alarm work, HVAC, glazing, paint, wallpaper, flooring, lighting, new ceilings, millwork, accessories, furniture / equipment set up and signage.
The 28 Unit Luxury Condominium Project was a featured article in High Profile. The project is currently in the framing stage and has moved on to the third floor. Fishermans Watch is currently accepting reservations.
Groom Construction is proud to join the Essex County Community Foundation in its Impact Essex County Alpha Project: Empowering Economic Opportunity.
Our current project Fishermans Watch, the 28 luxury boutique condominium complex, was featured in an article in Boston Real Estate Times. The first and second floors have been framed and we plan to move onto the third floor in the next week. Construction is slated for completion in October of 2019.
This shade, which graces the kitchen and cabinets of a Marblehead home, sings against an ice-blue backsplash and gray-tinged marble. Its purity is further heightened by the brilliant inclusion of a khaki wall (Benjamin Moore's White Sand), as conceived by interior designer Tricia Craig of Marblehead.
Groom Construction has always had a passion for improving the community through construction and civic engagement. Most recently, two nonprofit agencies have teamed up with Groom to create two separate supportive housing communities comprising 58 new affordable housing units for formerly homeless individuals and those aging out of the foster care system.