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ConServ Group, Inc
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Professional Architect/Design Build Construction for all Commercial Projects
Professional Architect/Design Build Construction for all Commercial Projects

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ConServ has completed the architectural design for the remodel of Robertson's existing Buick, GMC dealership to incorporate General Motors “Essential Brand Elements” manufacturer’s Image upgrade program.  Scope of work included complete renovation of all customer touch points including Service write up, Customer Lounge, Retail Parts, Interior Showroom and Exterior Façade including new Entry Element.  Design and construction of a new Service Drive Canopy. (14,000 SF)
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Dr. Gorin, Southeastern Vascular and Dr. Eid, Prima Care, love their new endovascular surgery suites in Hyannis and Fall River (respectively) and both doctors are thrilled with the design allowing for efficient operation and an environment very much appreciated by their patients.  ConServ designed and built both facilities after witnessing the actual processes in the hospital and subsequently collaborating with the surgical team to ensure the new space met the doctor's highest standards. 
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ConServ Group peformed the architectural design for the renovation of the 18,500SF facility in Kingston, MA to the standards required by the General Motors Essential Brand Elements Program.   We are also managing the construction for the re-designed showroom and public spaces throughout the store that includes Service write up, Customer Lounge, Retail and Wholesale Parts, Interior Showroom and Exterior Façade with new Entry Element.  
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PLIMOTH PLANTATION PROJECT BEGINS
As design/build consultant to Plimoth Plantation for over 10 years, ConServ Group is delighted to be involved in a project which will be a notable part of the living exhibit. At the outset of our consultation, we prepared a 500-page analysis of all of the standing real estate at the Plantation, looking at a program for catching up with deferred maintenance.  The Architectural Program consisted of numerous stakeholders; Native Indians, historians, retail sales and various artisans.  This exciting project will enhance the visitor experience to allow exposure to 17th Century artisan trades techniques in a comfortable environment. New and upgraded toilet and refreshment facilities will be provided to enhance the comfort of the museum experience.
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