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 watched initiative in Easthampton called the One Ferry project.
This is an effort to stimulate economic devel- opment in the city by renovating a collection of abandoned mill buildings, said Sullivan, add- ing that the One Ferry Project has been and will
“We’re starting to think about that next leadership group coming behind us, and hopefully they’ll shepherd the company to the next century. There’s a certain pressure to keep it going and not screw
up on my watch, but we’ve been thankful throughout the years for the relationships we’ve had and the project’s we’ve built. We’ve got great people.”
continue to be a very important project for East- hampton and the surrounding area.
“It’s a build-out of a campus of old mill build- ings, and we’re on phase two right now, which is Building 5,” he explained. “We’re looking toward phase three, which is either a renovation of Build- ing 7 or new construction of a new facility next to
the mill building.”
He told BusinessWest
that the mill area has been a blight on Hamp- shire County for many years, and D.A. Sullivan & Sons is working with One Ferry Project developer Mike Michon to write
an intriguing new chap- ter in the history of the property.
D.A. Sullivan & Sons is also currently providing general contractor ser- vices for the construction of a new library building in Greenfield, a project that started last fall. Sul- livan said this is the type and size — $5 million to $35 million — project the firm specializes in.
As it turns 125, D.A.
Sullivan obviously has
quite a bit to celebrate —
a glorious past, a solid present, and a promising future with new milestones to mark.
History in the Making
As noted earlier, the images on the company’s website and the photos in its vast archives tell a story.
Its main theme is one of longevity — 125 years is a milestone in any business — but it’s really about the forces that made such longevity pos- sible — excellence, perseverance through the
D.A. Sullivan & Sons has been changing the landscape at UMass Amherst for decades, including this dormitory built in the 50s.
tough times (and there were many of them over the years and the decades), an ability to change with the times, and enduring relationships with scores of clients.
And the best part about this story is that there are many chapters still to be written. u
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