Bringing Cape Cod Maritime History to Life

Thursday, November 20, 2014

The late Pete Culler of Hyannis MA is internationally known in the world of traditional wooden boats. Mystic Seaport houses a large inventory of Pete Culler artifacts, including ship and small boat designs, which are regularly reproduced and used to build craft of Culler’s design. As a fellow mariner, I feel a connection to Pete Culler, having spent much of my life living and working on the water south of Hyannis. I became a licensed 100 ton captain on my 21st birthday, and maintain my license to this day.

Collaboration- A Hot Topic

Monday, September 29, 2014

This week, TRO JB team members will be speaking about their experiences working on two of TRO JB’s completed Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) projects (MaineGeneral Medical Center’s Alfond Center for Health in Augusta, ME and The Lawrence + Memorial Cancer Center in Waterford, CT) at three separate conference events. IPD is a delivery method based on collaboration; it is an invaluable, innovative method that can benefit clients and all members of a project team.

It’s PMC weekend this weekend! TRO JB is dedicated to raising money to support the PMC Challenge and our rider team. This year, Team TRO JB has raised over $25,000.  In honor of the amazing and hardworking team of riders, here are some of the stories behind the bicycles. Each of the riders below shares why they ride:

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