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...the company"s submission for a proposed community service facility in Boston"s Chinatown neighborhood; includes letter of interest, design narrative, conceptual design proposal, the design team and architectural qualifications and representative projects with photos of each (Adams Building, Quincy; Damon Mill restoration, Concord; Brant Point Courtyard Condominiums, Nantucket; The Atrium Building, Quincy; Longfellow Bridge restoration, Boston; Jamestown Place, Charlestown Navy Yard; the Landing of Sargent"s Wharf, Boston and others); also includes resumes of key personnel; copies of this item were in the BRA collection...

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