Apollo 11 Exhibit at Houghton Library

While on site doing some field documentation (we’re designing masonry repairs for the building) I had the opportunity to take in this exhibit at Harvard’s Houghton Library. Highly recommended if you’re in the area.

On display are landmarks in the history of science from Houghton Library’s collections—such as first editions of Copernicus, Galileo, and Newton—together with rarely exhibited highlights from a private spaceflight collection, including artifacts used during the Apollo 11 mission and on the moon itself by astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Together, these objects illuminate the path of research and discovery that made Apollo 11 possible.

The exhibition is free and open to the public. Closes August 3.

For more info check out the web page here: https://library.harvard.edu/events/small-steps-giant-leaps

Run for the Kids 5K in Stow

Come out to beautiful Stow, MA for a spring 5K!

CopelandBEC is a proud sponsor of this event and no less than 5 Copelands will be lacing up our running shoes for the race – join us…

A highlight of Stow’s SpringFest weekend, this event was formerly known as the Run for the Woods. Race distances for kids and adults, and fun for the whole family.

Run for the Kids 5K

Details and registration: http://www.lightboxreg.com/run-for-the-kids-in-stow-2018

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CopelandBEC is Hiring!

Come join the team! As I wrote recently on LinkedIn

Since launching this summer CopelandBEC has helped clients solve their building envelope problems across the northeastern US, from Pennsylvania to Cape Cod. We have amazing clients including Harvard University, Staples, and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution as well as numerous other owners, architects, attorneys and property managers.


Looking ahead to 2019 the firm is poised for continued growth with full slate of exciting projects already planned. There’s also plenty to do towards the firm’s goal of reinventing and re-engineering the system of building envelope consulting to provide clients better value every day.

Want to Be Employee Number One?

Check out the full post over on LinkedIn for all the details. If you’re interested please get in touch and let’s start a conversation.

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Talking Building Envelope Consulting on the Building Materials Podcast

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Andy Armento on his freshly launched Building Materials Podcast. We chatted about a (very) wide range of topics from building envelope consulting (of course) to materials testing and even robots taking over the world.

The Building Materials Podcast describes itself this way:

The mission of The Building Materials Podcast to educate those owners, architects, specifiers, engineers, consultants, and installers about the latest technologies which are disrupting the AEC industry.

Andy’s got a made-for-broadcast voice and me, well, I know some stuff about building science. Anyway, if you’re looking for a half hour of fun listening for your next commute, check out Episode 3 here: http://buildingmaterialspodcast.com/index.php/episodes/

CopelandBEC Founder Named to Worcester Business Journal’s 40 Under 40

Each year the Worcester Business Journal honors 40 central Massachusetts young professionals and I’m proud to be included in the Class of 2018!

From the article:

With this year’s WBJ 40 Under Forty, you see the people who could turn the [Worcester] cultural renaissance from a well-started idea to a full-blown reality. Not only are these up-and-coming professionals dedicated to improving their businesses, but they are putting forth their talents to help the community flourish.

It means a lot to be included on a list with so many distinguished peers, and I’m excited to continue to focus on improving this great region where I live and work.

Congratulations to the entire Class of 2018, and thank you to the Worcester Business Journal for putting this issue together.

Here are links to the entire 2018 Class of 40 Under Forty and my own 40 Under Forty profile.

 

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