Dacon Corporation and Scannell Properties Complete FedEx Ground Boston Metro Distribution Center

Dacon Corporation, working with Scannell Properties of Indianapolis and Vanasse Hangen Brustlin of Boston recently completed the construction of a new 178,000 square foot distribution center for FedEx Ground on Superior Drive in Natick, MA. The new FedEx Ground Boston Metro Distribution Center is the largest commercial build-to-suit facility constructed in the MetroWest market... read more »

Harbar Foods, Canton, MA

Harbar Foods, a Canton-based food production company of Mexican wraps, taco shells, and other Southwestern products recently occupied an 82,000-square-foot manufacturing and warehouse building at 10 Pequot Way formerly occupied by Tweeter, Etc. Harbar Foods is a family-owned and operated food service equipment and supply dealer serving all six New England states. Dacon completed... read more »

Sperry Product Innovation, Inc., Bedford, MA

Sperry Product Innovation, Inc., a locally-based product development company that specializes in the development of patent protected products, recently occupied a 10,000-square-foot, one-story building. This gut renovation was designed and completely renovated into a modern, efficient headquarters and R&D center. The property at 12 Deangelo Drive in Bedford was formerly occupied by Pharmalucence, Inc.... read more »

Bodek and Rhodes, Norton, MA

Paradigm Properties, NAI Hunneman, and Dacon recently expanded Bodek and Rhodes‘ existing distribution center into 209,000 square feet resulting in full occupancy of the building by Bodek and Rhodes. Bodek and Rhodes service the imprintable activewear market: screen printers, embroiderers, promotional products and uniform companies. The expansion space of 75,000 square feet required interior... read more »

Dacon’s affiliated architectural firm, PDA, designs UMaine’s research infrastructure.

Dacon’s sister architectural firm, PDA, designs UMaine’s research infrastructure that will lead to full scale forest-based biorefinery, using trees instead of oil to make fuel. The Forest Bioproducts Research Institute can now deliver on three promises: 1. Promote forest health for a stable bioeconomy 2. Understand and separate wood components 3. Create and commercialize... read more »