Delphi Construction Underway at Harborwalk Apartments at Plymouth Station

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Local Construction Management Company and General Contractor, Delphi Construction celebrates kicking off the construction of Harborwalk Apartments in Plymouth, MA with key project stakeholders.

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“ We look forward to helping to bring our client’s impressive vision to life and delivering a final product that exceeds expectations.” Said Jake Simmons, CEO of Delphi Construction.

Delphi Construction, Inc. has announced they have started construction of Harborwalk at Plymouth Station. Delphi’s work on the first phase of the project involves nearly $30m in construction of a 4-story apartment building with 155 one and two bedroom units.

The initial phase of Plymouth Station, located on the scenic waterfront site formerly home to North Plymouth’s historic Cordage Rope Company includes the construction of four, four story apartment buildings on 11 acres. Amenities will include an outdoor pool, a roof deck overlooking the ocean, ground floor lounge and cowork space, dog wash and dog run, fitness and yoga spaces, and more. Future plans call for the creation of mixed use retail along Court Street as well as eventual expansion toward the ocean side with an additional 300 residential units.

The project is a joint venture between Cathartes and Janco Development. Architectural Design was provided by Embarc Architecture + Design, Highpoint Engineering is the engineer. Landscape design is provided by Kyle Zick Landscape Architecture, Inc. Delphi is managing construction from their Mashpee offices on Cape Cod.

“Delphi is proud to be involved with these great partners on this landmark construction project. Plymouth Station will transform and revitalize this section of Plymouth’s dynamic waterfront and become a real asset not only to the residents of Harborwalk but to all residents of Plymouth and visitors as well. We look forward to helping to bring our client’s impressive vision to life and delivering a final product that exceeds expectations.” Said Jake Simmons, CEO of Delphi Construction.

A ceremonial groundbreaking for the project was held on August 21 and featured remarks by Gov. Charlie Baker, representatives of Plymouth town government, the project owners and other key stakeholders. Delphi has completed site prep and is currently laying foundations. Work on this building is expected to be complete in the summer of 2019.

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