To celebrate Women in Construction week, we are featuring a sampling of projects the women of Chapman have worked on over the past year. Click on the images to learn more about the projects and read more about our staff on their bio pages!
Project Manager Emily Clark had the opportunity to work on a variety of projects last year including a building repositioning project and a 40,000-sf cleanroom and lab renovation for a life science client. Emily believes every project is an opportunity to grow and learn something new, no matter the size or complexity.
Tracy Strong joined Chapman in 2017 and over the past year she worked on various projects in the healthcare, corporate and non-profit markets. From building a brand-new 3,500-sf Library in NH to renovating 70,000 sf of a rehab hospital, Tracy had her hands full in 2019 but says it’s all worth it when clients get to see their new completed spaces.
Project Manager Jenna Anglin on numerous projects in the education, corporate and life science markets over the past year. Along with a 30,000sf office renovation, she completed multiple projects for long-time client Boston University including classroom upgrades and dean’s suite renovation.
Assistant Project Manager, Sara Littlefield, worked on numerous projects throughout Massachusetts. From updating cafeterias in a corporate HQ’s to a building façade repositioning with a new glass curtain wall, Sara gained some diverse experience in 2019. No matter how big or small the project is, they all get the same attention to detail.
Alice Zhu, our BIM Engineer, joined Chapman in 2019 to assist our project management staff with 3D modeling and BIM coordination. This year Alice worked on a unique industrial space where the team utilized 3D scanning & BIM to confirm the existing site layout and help detect MEP clashes early to better coordinate the trades.