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Our Projects

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  • 10-24 Providence Highway Development
  • 125 Stergis Way Redevelopment
  • 27 Bridge Street Redevelopment
  • 321 Washington Street Development
  • 370 Providence Highway Development
  • 40 Allied Drive Development
  • 408 Whiting Avenue Development
  • 5 and 45 Stergis Way Redevelopment
  • Animal Rescue League Expansion
  • Boch Hockey Rink
  • CVS Pharmacy
  • Dedham Community House Expansion
  • Dedham Country Day School Expansion
  • Downtown Keystone Parking Lot
  • Legacy Place Development
  • Mount Wilson Estates Residential Development
  • NewBridge on the Charles Development
  • Noble and Greenough School Expansion
  • Sprint PCS Cell Towers
  • Visions Healthcare
  • 333 East Street Redevelopment
  • 255 West Street Redevelopment
  • T-Mobile Cell Towers
  • 356 Bridge Street Redevelopment
  • Legacy Donuts Development
  • 346-350 Washington Street Mixed Use Project
  • 321 Washington Street Mixed Use Project
  • Dunkin Donuts Development
  • 100 Rustcraft Road Redevelopment
  • Tesla Motors
  • Ursuline Academy

Dedham Peer Reviews

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Town of Dedham, MA
  • Dedham Peer Reviews by McMahon Associates
  • Dedham Peer Reviews by McMahon Associates
  • Dedham Peer Reviews by McMahon Associates
  • Dedham Peer Reviews by McMahon Associates
  • Dedham Peer Reviews by McMahon Associates
  • Dedham Peer Reviews by McMahon Associates
  • Dedham Peer Reviews by McMahon Associates
  • Dedham Peer Reviews by McMahon Associates
  • Dedham Peer Reviews by McMahon Associates
  • Dedham Peer Reviews by McMahon Associates

McMahon has provided peer review services to the Town of Dedham Planning Board since 2004. These reviews have ranged from small residential developments to large, high profile, retail and mixed-use developments. McMahon reviewed all transportation related aspects of these projects and have presented our findings at public meetings. Our reviews have resulted in expanded study areas and increased mitigation, and have allowed the town to make more informed decisions on these projects.