ARLINGTON 360 - PROJECT INFORMATION
Welcome to the Arlington 360, LLC web-site for the construction of the Arlington 360 residential project. This project includes the construction of 200 residential units and two parks that will be open to the public. Additionally, there is an evolving alternate plan to build an assisted living facility in lieu or 24 town home units that, if approved, may be included in this construction project. Construction commenced in April, 2012 and will continue for approximately 24-36 months
The purpose of this web-site is to provide overview information for the Town of Arlington and the neighboring community regarding the construction of this exciting project. This web-site includes the following information:
- Communication Plan
- Construction Plan
- Overview of the Operation and Mitigation Plan
- Community Information
Arlington 360 Project
39 Hospital Road
Arlington, MA 02474
Tel: (781) 777-2561
Fax: (781) 777-1933
(617) 797-0010 (cell)
(781) 326-9997 (office)
Director of Construction:
(617) 312-8744 (cell)
(781) 326-9997 (office)
Contractor: NEI General Contracting
On Site Representatives:
- Robert Calvano, Senior Superintendent
- Jason Richards, Project Manager
Shelter/Brightview Construction Managers
- Project Super
- Project Manager
- Pro Con Inc.
PO Box 4430
Manchester NH 03108
Town of Arlington - Emergency Contact Information
- Arlington Police Department: (
781) 643-1212 (police business)
- Arlington Fire Department:
- Arlington Redevelopment Board:
- Carol Kowalski, Planning Director:
Neighborhood Protection Plan (NPP)
The Neighborhood Protection Plan (the Plan) identifies the parameters of construction operations at the Symmes site and mitigation measures that Arlington 360, LLC (A360) will undertake to reduce, as much as is reasonable, the negative impact of the construction process on both the neighborhood and the Arlington community. In addition to local, State and Federal policies that regulate construction projects, the Plan is another layer of protection for the neighborhood and Town.
The Plan is an agreement between A360 and the Town of Arlington (Arlington Redevelopment Board and Symmes Neighborhood Advisory committee). It outlines the methods that developers and contractors will use in construction to minimize impacts on the surrounding neighborhood, and creates a structure to deal with site conditions and construction activities unknown or not detailed at this time. It also includes methods by which the community can be heard if the expectations created by the Plan are not met.
The neighborhood may expect that procedures stated in the Plan will be followed. The neighborhood may not expect that the construction will be conducted without impact in terms of noise or other inconvenience. While the Plan is a separate layer of protection, local, State and Federal regulations govern many of the contractor's activities at the site, such as demolition, blasting, and disposal of hazardous materials. In almost all cases, these regulations were created to protect the public welfare. To maintain business operations, contractors must comply with a comprehensive system of licenses, reporting and response actions that enforce these regulations.
The Plan is as comprehensive as possible in its consideration of all foreseen construction operations and impacts. Yet, every development project is unique and therefore unforeseen issues will inevitably occur during construction and demand immediate attention and resolution. In general, A360 is committed to providing prior notice to the community regarding construction activities on-site, and to allow for meaningful dialogue regarding potential impacts and mitigation of the same. A360 has developed a Communication Plan (Section 4) to serve as way for the A360 Team and the community to effectively address unanticipated issues and problems as they arise.
This revised plan is meant to account for the possibility that a proposed assisted living facility may be constructed by a separate general contractor, who will have the same compliance requirements as A360 and its general contractor. If this were to occur A360 would continue to be the single point of contact for the community and the Town of Arlington for the compliance with the Neighborhood Protection Plan and will enforce the NPP requirements as it relates to all construction activity on site.
For more information about the project: http://livearlington360.com