Government & Public

Feature Project

Boston Public Library Central Library Renovation

Project Details

We consistently strive to deliver customized, cost-effective, and sustainable solutions for each and every project.

Federal, state, and municipal facility construction represents a range of project types and challenges. During our almost 50-year history, we have built an impressive portfolio of government and public agency projects. Our passion for the mission of managing construction on these contracts translates to success for each client.

As an infrastructure construction company, PMA understands the long-term thinking inherent in new construction or renovation of government and public buildings. Our experience and technological savvy ensure that owners receive essential knowledge for fast and informed decision-making.

Our success in infrastructure construction planning springs from a clear understanding of budget and time constraints and governmental and general public relations processes. We study the policies, procedures, and goals of each government agency and incorporate them into a successful, client-focused project plan. 

Town of Arlington Central & Highland Fire Stations

Arlington, MA

Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building

Boston, MA

LADPW On-Call Services

Los Angeles County, CA

John W. McCormack Post Office and Courthouse

Boston, MA

City of Fort Lauderdale Community Projects

Fort Lauderdale, FL

TWA Administration Building

Kissimmee, FL

Boston Public Library Central Library Renovation

Boston, MA

SWP v. MDI Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Aircraft Maintenance Unit Facility Renovation

Tuscon, AZ

Shrewsbury Public Library

Shrewsbury, MA

Andover Ballardvale Fire Station

Andover, MA

Lower Manhattan Construction Command Center

New York, NY

Town of Weston Department of Public Works Facility

Weston, MA

John E. Polk Correctional Facility

Sanford, FL

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