03.06.17

Back Bay Station Restrooms 2017

JDL is proud to be partnering with Boston Properties, Arrowstreet and massDOT for the  renovation of the Back Bay Station Restrooms. JDL has been partnering with the  project team through the concept design and multiple  phases of the project.  It has been a great project to be part of and we are looking forward to completion this summer.

 

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03.02.17

Muscular Dystrophy Association Muscle Team Event 2017

JDL was a proud VIP sponsor of the Muscular Dystrophy Association Muscle Team event on Thursday, February 16th! MDA helps fund research breakthroughs for muscular dystrophy and the Muscle Team is one of their signature fundraising events. The event raised over $300,000 for local programs and services benefiting children who are impacted by muscular dystrophy. It was also great to see many of our clients and partners in the real estate industry as well as all the great children and families involved in the event. https://lnkd.in/dW9RyWp

 

 

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03.02.17

2016 Thanksgiving Food Drive

2016 Thanksgiving Food drive was a huge success! Thank you to all our employees, subcontractors and clients who participated! We delivered a full truck load of food to the Greater Boston Food Bank earlier today that weighed a whopping 500 lbs! Wishing everyone a happy and healthy Thanksgiving from the JDL team!

 

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03.02.17

Heading Home Birthday

On Wednesday, September 7th, JDL employees had a wonderful opportunity to throw a birthday party for a child at one of Heading Home’s houses. Our team really enjoyed helping out and seeing all of the children have fun at the birthday party! JDL has been a proud supporter of Heading Home for se veral years and is passionate about the great work that they perform! For more information about how Heading Home strives to end homelessness in Greater Boston, please visit https://lnkd.in/bAXF28w

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03.02.17

2016 Thompson Island 4K Trail Run

JDL Corporate Interiors was a proud sponsor of the 2016 Thompson Island 4K Trail Run on September 21, 2016. There were over 1,500 runners that participated in the two-day event. JDL had over 40 runners including JDL staff and clients participate in the run. We are passionate about the great work that Thompson Island’s Outward Bound Education Center does and are thrilled that we could play a role in helping raise over $340,000 this year for such a great cause!

The JDL team before heading to the Ferry at Long Wharf, Thompson Island 2016

The JDL team before heading to the Ferry at Long Wharf, Thompson Island 2016

06.01.16

JDL and The Boston Architectural College – Gala 2016

The Boston Architectural College welcomed over 400 guests to its largest fundraiser ever and the JDL team is excited to say that they were a part of this fundraiser. The event took place on April 21st 2016 at The Innovation and Design Building and raised a record-breaking $350,000 for the College! See link below to read more!

 

http://the-bac.edu/experience-the-bac/news-and-events/news/gala-2016-news

 

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06.01.16

Criteo – 14th & 15th Floor Buildout

 

http://dyerbrown.com/projects/criteo

 

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04.25.16

Cupid’s Undie Run 2016 – Its for Charity!

Cupid’s Undie Run 2016 

 

The Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF) is the world’s largest non-government organization dedicated to ending Neurofibromatosis (NF) through research. Currently, there is no cure for NF and there are frighteningly few treatment options.

 

The Cupid’s Undie Run raises money and awareness for children with Neurofibromatosis (NF), a genetic disorder that causes tumors to grow on nerves throughout the body. This debilitating disorder causes blindness, deafness, learning disabilities and sever chronic pain. Why a run in everyone’s undies?… “You already know that this run is to raise money for CTF and kick NF in the butt. But why do we run with our butts out? It’s simple. We run in our undies because people with NF can’t cover up their tumors. They can’t put clothes on to feel more comfortable, so why should we?” JDL is proud to announce we were apart of this years run and raised a total of $13,360! In total, an astonishing $3.5 million was raised for 2016.

 

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04.25.16

JDL Corporate Interiors Inc. and NeuroMetrix Inc.

MPA Completes Office Design for NeuroMetrix, Inc.
NeuroMetrix Inc. located in Waltham, MA. is an innovative healthcare company that develops wearable medical technology and point-of-care tests that help patients and physicians better manage chronic pain, nerve diseases, and sleep disorders.
JDL Corporate Interiors teamed up with Margulies Perruzzi Architects (MPA), Boston Properties, and WB Engineers for the build out of a brand new office for NeuroMetrix, Inc. at the Bay Colony Office Park in Waltham. The cutting-edge space creates an environment that truly showcases the company’s “commitment to innovation”. Thanks to Christina Dube (Project Manager) and Robe Leblanc (Superintendent) of the JDL team as part of this collaboration on the project. See link below to read the full article!
https://www.high-profile.com/mpa-completes-office-design-for-neurometrix/
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04.30.15

Holiday Giving

At JDL Corporate Interiors, we take pride in our ability to give back to the community. This past holiday season, JDL participated in two important charitable events.

 

For Thanksgiving, JDL hosted a food drive to benefit the Greater Boston Food Bank. Thanks to everyone’s participation, we were able to donate over 150 pounds of food! The company matched all employee donations, doubling our contribution and increasing our impact to this vital charity.

 

During the December holiday season, JDL teamed up with Mary’s House in Waltham, a family shelter providing temporary housing to homeless families. From a list of children’s genders and ages provided by the Mary’s House staff, employees were able to select a child to “sponsor.” Thanks to the JDL team’s generosity, each child was able to enjoy multiple gifts, toys, and books for the holidays.

We value helping out during these important times of the year and we look forward to doing the same in 2016.

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04.30.15

JDL and Wentworth Institute of Technology

Located in the heart of Boston, Wentworth Institute of Technology has provided many JDL team members with a fundamental knowledge base in the construction industry. Wentworth’s unique interdisciplinary curriculum combines rigorous courses of study with practical learning experiences and opportunities to work on projects in their well-equipped labs and studios. Wentworth graduates come to us with the expertise and experience needed to provide outstanding service to our clients.

 

Relevant course of instruction include:

 

Construction Management:

As a technology school, Wentworth focuses on design and engineering programs. The Construction Management program focuses on various aspects of the construction industry. Thanks to small classes, students enjoy beneficial student-teacher relationships. Classes cover the basics of the construction industry including Mechanical and Electrical Trades, Estimating, Scheduling, Plan Reading and Revit.

 

Interior Design

Classes in the Interior Design program focus on a wide range of topics. The Construction Management oriented classes cover Programming, Construction Materials and Mechanical. The Architecturally oriented classes focus on topics like Textiles, Lighting, and Studio, where students spend the semester designing one or two projects. Students are taught to use Vectorworks, but also learn how to hand draft. Students learn how to read plans and spend significant time space planning. Instruction in Revit and other CAD programs, as well as graphic design programs like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign are also key parts of the curriculum.

 

Co-op Program:

A critical component of the Wentworth experience is the Co-Op program. All students at Wentworth must take two semesters of Co-Op, allowing them to get hands-on experience in their field of study. Students take on positions at interior design and construction management firms to become familiar with the industry from a real-world perspective.

During Co-Op assignments, students get to experience the topics they study in class. Through these internships, students add valuable practical context to what they’re learning from their textbooks and professors. Students learn about the trades Project Managers must engage, and are able to see the equipment and materials needed for large and small projects. They also learn the importance of working alongside Project Managers and Subcontractors.

 

Other Programs: Mechanical Contractors Association:

Wentworth provides students with many other options outside the classroom. The Mechanical Contractors Association offers students the chance to meet professionals in the mechanical field. The program provides multiple networking opportunities, large-scale competitions, and travel experiences free of charge.

We are proud of our association with Wentworth and pleased to welcome the talented professionals they provide to JDL.

03.24.15

There’s No Place Like Home

In the summer of 2014, JDL moved into its new, corporate headquarters at 9 Broad Street in Boston. This 9,700 square foot boutique building is located in the Financial District, just a block away from historic Faneuil Hall.

 

The building purchase in May of 2014 was JDL’s first commercial property acquisition. Built in 1899, the building has alternated use between commercial and residential over the past century and at various points served as the home to many local businesses. Various remodeling work has been performed on the building over the years including major renovations in 2001, 2009, and 2010.

 

More renovations were needed before JDL could move into its new home. The fourth and fifth floors were completely gutted and remodeled to suit the needs of the company. Six employee offices and a common workstation were installed on the fourth floor. The fifth floor was renovated to include a conference room, break room, and kitchen for employee use. The work was completed in just six weeks.

 

And we’re not done yet. Remodeling and renovations have begun on the first two floors, which we plan on offering to potential tenants later this year.

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