B&B was started by Hoosac Valley High classmates Chris St. Cyr, Mitch Bresett and Jason Koperniak in old garage off Old Columbia Street in Adams but relocated to the city earlier this year when the space at the Windsor Mill fit their needs. They'd planned to employ up to 30 but now have more than 40, including marketing manager Katie Jackson.
There are over 100 people on site at the building of the new Taconic High School and that is expected to ramp up even more over the coming months.
Construction on the $120.8 million building has been ongoing for a full year. The winter weather caused only minor delays and work will ramp up again when the weather is nicer. A total of 100 workers are currently working on the building that will rise to close to 200 this year. The entire school is set to be completed by June 2018, and the current
The Planning Board on Tuesday approved the erection of temporary office and lab space on a Williams College-owned street.
The college came to the board for a development plan review for 1,200 square foot of temporary space that will house offices and labs for the math and psychology departments during the construction of the new science center.
Williams College and the Chamber of Commerce believe they have solutions in place to avoid a repeat of last summer's parking woes on Spring Street, and they're asking downtown merchants to be part of the answer.
In 2015, parking inventory in the Village Business District was squeezed by construction vehicles related to the college's renovation of the Log pub on Spring Street.
This year's Adams Agricultural Fair will have a more suitable structure for welcoming fairgoers to Bowe Field thanks to Blair Mahar's timber framing class.
Mahar said the introductory class at Hoosac Valley High School just finished its third year and the students designed and built the post-and-beam structure.
Be prepared for some noise this summer as Williams College begins another round of construction.
Site work has already started this week on the next phase of a multiyear project to expand the Unified Science Center. The science center project will be completed in 2020 at an estimated cost of $204 million.
On Monday, the Taconic High School property will start to look like a construction site.
Superintendent Jason McCandless said workers from Maxymillian will begin the site work for the new high school Monday. Maxymillian won one of three early contracts put out by the city to get the $120.8 million new school.
"We have a construction trailer at Taconic and their work is going to start on Monday," McCandless said.