Featured Mod-Rehab Projects
NEI has become one of the premier Moderate Rehabilitation general contractors having completed over $400 Million in construction totaling over 4,000 units. Our extremely experienced staff has practically written the book on how to effectively and safely execute work throughout occupied structures. Our objective within each project is to deliver a first class product with as little disruption as possible.
Trinity Towers East & South
Auburn Court Apartments
Trinity Towers West
City View Commons I & II
Outing Park I & II
Recent Mod-Rehab Projects
Urban Edge Limited Partnership
A moderate rehabilitation of 82 occupied units in 10 buildings at scattered sites, work consisted of exterior envelope work, kitchen and bath modernization, and mechanical upgrades at multiple units at scattered sites.
Designed in 1897 by Josephine Wright Chapman, one of the nation’s earliest female architects, Chapman Arms is a beautiful ivy-covered apartment located in the heart of Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The project included extensive exterior and interior renovation of this historic building and 50 occupied units.
Walnut Washington Apartments
A moderate renovation of scattered site historic buildings consisting of 65 units, the project included 4 building sites in a dense urban environment. The units were occupied during renovations, building infrastructure improvements, life safety upgrades, and substantial site improvements.
Moderate rehabilitation included 77 units of affordable housing across a scattered site in Salem Massachusetts. The project included 11 building sites of various construction types and required careful coordination and sequencing. Also included in the project was the creation of a pocket park transforming a derelict lot into a small urban community park.
Renovation of 103 occupied affordable multi-family rental units in 8 buildings located at 7 sites in the Dorchester and Mattapan neighborhoods. The project included energy improvements, life safety upgrades, building envelope repairs, and interior unit upgrades.
Built in 1911 and 1970, this substantial renovation of these structures ensures the integrity of the building for future generations and for the YWCA’s important missions. The work included substation building system and life safety improvement and upgrades, along with complete renovation of 103 SRO units, common areas, and office spaces.
Substantial renovation of 152 affordable occupied units across 4 historic buildings. The work included energy improvements, life safety upgrades, building envelope repairs, creation of accessible units, interior unit upgrades, and substantial site redevelopment.
Inman/Cast Apartments II
A moderate rehabilitation of 125 affordable, owner-occupied units in an urban high-rise and rowhouse building, the project included building infrastructure upgrades, window replacement, facade repairs, creation of handicap accessible units, and interior unit upgrades. Careful coordination of vertical access and elevator use was required in the fully occupied buildings throughout construction.