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POSTED ON 23 Jul 2019

Trinity proudly turned over two luxurious projects for Big Night Entertainment Group at the Encore Boston Harbor, in addition to four retail spaces contracted directly with the casino.

Mystique is a glamorous, 16,400 SF Asian restaurant and lounge that serves a variety of foods, including robata and “artful sushi”. Mystique features an open kitchen, a wrap-around stone bar, two private dining rooms, and a main dining room that overlooks the Mystic River and seats 450.

Memoire provides guests with 8,000 SF of excitement and elegance. This opulent nightclub features 20 luxurious VIP tables, a giant LED wall, and state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems. Memoire hosts top DJs and talent from around the world.

Trinity also performed construction of the casino’s four retail concepts – Wynn Collection, Wynn Beauty, Wynn Men’s, and The Drugstore. Totaling 8,500 SF, these luxury retail shops feature brass storefronts, custom fabric canopies and millwork displays, and marble flooring.

POSTED ON 9 Jul 2019

Trinity Building and Construction Management Corp., in partnership with Zuma, Dyer Brown Architects, and BLW Engineers, completed construction of Zuma Boston on the second floor of the city’s newest skyscraper, the Four Seasons One Dalton tower. Zuma is a high-end international concept serving contemporary Japanese cuisine in a stunning atmosphere. Zuma debuted in London in 2002, and has since expanded to cities around the globe, including Dubai, Rome and Bangkok. Their Boston location is the brand’s 12th worldwide and fourth in the United States, following New York City, Las Vegas and Miami.

Zuma Boston has design elements in common with sister locations, including bamboo lanterns featured at Zuma Rome, and a floating DJ booth like the one found at Zuma Istanbul. The DJ booth, as well as the restaurant’s sliding entry doors, hostess stand, and large live-edge bar, were crafted from exotic monkey pod wood imported from Thailand.

Zuma’s 8,000 SF space features three open kitchens: a main kitchen, a robata grill, and a live-edge granite sushi counter, all providing guests with an excellent view of the action as their food is prepared. Also on display is the restaurant’s extensive wine selection, housed in a floor-to-ceiling wine room. Private dining for 22 is available, with a seating area behind the robata grill that can be closed off with a sliding partition.

POSTED ON 1 Oct 2018

There are still a few spots available for the Massachusetts Restaurant Association’s 2018 Educational Foundation Summit: Restaurants – The New Frontier. Tomorrow, Trinity’s Frank W. Gazzola, III, PE and other industry leaders will share their insight on several topics including social media, blogging, food trends, staff retention and growing your restaurant. Frank will be a panel member for the session, Scale Your Restaurant Concept Not Just Your Footprint. To learn more and to register for the event, please visit

POSTED ON 11 Jul 2016

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On Friday, August 5th, Trinity Building and Construction Management Corp., in partnership with the Foundation To Be Named Later, will host a VIP Party Fundraiser during Pearl Jam’s SOLD OUT concert at Fenway Park. Located on the right field roof deck, this memorable evening will celebrate music, baseball and giving back to the community!

WHEN: Friday, August 5th at 5:00pm, concert starts @6:30pm

WHERE: Fenway Park Budweiser Right Field Roof Deck

BENEFITING: Foundation To Be Named Later

DETAILS: Event co-emcee’s Lyndon Byers from WAAF and Jayme Parker from NESN, special guests Peter Gammons from the MLB Network and Hot Stove Cool Music and other VIP’s To Be Named Later, food and open bar (beer and wine included) until show starts courtesy of Harpoon Brewery and 90+ Cellars, custom concert poster for every guest, live and silent auction items (bid for items such as a dinner for 4 prepared for you by Bobby Flay himself at one of his NYC restaurants). Private entrance and security from Gate B, with escort to the roof deck and designated bar area and bathrooms (no lines) for our guests only.

TICKETS: $500 each as well as several table packages available. To purchase tickets or to donate to this worthy cause, click here.

For further infomation, contact Matt Kilty at 978-430-2858.


POSTED ON 5 May 2016

Trinity’s most recent luxury apartment project, The Hamlet in Saratoga Springs, celebrated its grand opening this week. Owned by the Prime Companies, The Hamlet features 55 luxury units, indoor and covered parking, private balconies, a clubhouse, and 24/7 customer care and is located within walking distance of downtown Saratoga Springs and Saratoga Race Course.

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POSTED ON 11 Apr 2016

We’re proud to announce that Trinity has been awarded the Harvard University Graduate Commons project at One Western Avenue. We’ll be partnering with Northstar Project & Real Estate Services, DiMella Shaffer and Cosentini Associates to provide the residents of One Western Avenue with fresh and vibrant updates to the building’s common spaces.

Work will include renovations to the existing Common Room to create a more welcoming gathering space that will function as a presentation/meeting space, an event location or a group study area, with a relaxed fireplaced TV lounge and a full kitchen for catering or student use. Additionally, the project includes the creation of a children’s playroom where families will be able to bring their children for play time away from their living spaces.

Trinity is honored to be involved in the expansion of Harvard’s Graduate Commons Program, whose goal is to provide a “home away from home” for graduate students, faculty, staff, and their families living in participating Harvard University Housing properties. For more information about the Graduate Commons Program, watch their video at
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POSTED ON 11 Apr 2016

On Wednesday, May 11th, Trinity’s President Matthew Kilty will present at the MA Restaurant Association (MRA)’s “Around the Restaurant Industry in 150 Minutes” seminar hosted by Gray, Gray & Gray LLP. Come hear industry experts share their insight on a variety of important topics and trends. Around-the-Restaurant-Industry-in-150-MinutesTo view the event agenda and to reserve your spot, please visit

POSTED ON 23 Oct 2015

Cohoes, New York – October 22, 2015 – Trinity Building + Construction Management is breaking ground across the Capital Region. In spring 2014, Trinity officially opened its newest office in Cohoes, New York and has since been awarded numerous projects, quickly climbing the ranks as a leading contractor and construction management firm in the area. Recognized as one of the fastest growing Inc. 5000 privately-held companies in the nation, Trinity is thrilled to bring its rich history and knowledge of the corporate, hospitality, retail, healthcare, multifamily and institutional markets to upstate New York.

“My focus is to provide value to every business/organization and project that Trinity touches in the Capital Region,” said Jason Perillo, Project Executive and head of the Cohoes office. A native of Amsterdam, New York, Perillo’s drive and passion for the growth and development of the area, paired with his strong leadership skills and wealth of knowledge and experience in the retail, restaurant, academic and multifamily markets, place him at the forefront of Trinity’s quick and continued success in the region.

Perillo and his team have already broken ground on nine significant projects in the area, with two of the largest being The Hamlet at Saratoga Springs, and Shelter Cove in Colonie.

The Hamlet at Saratoga Springs, a mixed use building comprised of 55 luxury apartments, commercial space and underground parking on Excelsior Avenue, has quickly earned the title of Saratoga’s trendiest new neighborhoods. Trinity has served as general contractor on buildings 2 and 3 of the project, and is now beginning pre-construction of buildings 4, 5 and 6. Shelter Cove is a large, phased multifamily development in Colonie, New York. This development includes 200 wood-framed units with recreational facilities and is located on the scenic Mohawk River.

Other Capital Region projects under Trinity’s management include the recently completed Smashburger in Saratoga Springs and the recently awarded Smashburger to be located in Niskayuna, two Speedway gasoline and convenience stores located in Johnstown and Queensbury, pre-construction of the Union Street Medical Arts office building in downtown Schenectady, the Pavilion Grand Penthouse renovation in Saratoga Springs, and more.

Trinity’s Executive Vice President, Paul Mancini, also a native of Amsterdam, New York, couldn’t be happier with the progress of the Cohoes office. Life-long friends and previous work colleagues,”It was just a matter of time before Jason and I reconnected again. And I’m glad he is leading our team in New York.”

Trinity Building + Construction Management is a nationally recognized firm with projects across the United States and Canada. The Cohoes office offers Trinity an on-the-ground opportunity to focus on the rapidly growing commercial and residential construction markets in and around New York State. The growth and impact that the Cohoes office has seen in just over a year of opening speaks volumes about Trinity’s commitment and mission to improve every organization that they touch.

Trinity’s President, Matt Kilty is pleased with the strides that the Cohoes team, under Perillo’s leadership, has taken to establish a name for Trinity in the Capital Region and beyond.”We are pleased to have a physical presence in New York and are excited to establish ourselves in the multifamily market in the area, as well as continue our growth in our existing markets. I have a great admiration for Jason Perillo and a relationship that goes back to when we were colleagues over 10 years ago. His strong multifamily background and experience provides an essential business function in helping to diversify Trinity’s markets. Perillo has been a catalyst in getting the new office ramped up and has been at the forefront of staffing with incredible local talent.”

POSTED ON 9 Sep 2015

Trinity has had a busy summer and we are happy to announce some of our recent project awards as we head into fall!

Dick’s Sporting Goods – Valley Stream, NY
Ground up, 71,000 square foot store for repeat client Dick’s Sporting Goods. Trinity has completed multiple projects for Dick’s Sporting Goods including their Field and Stream and Golf Galaxy concepts.

Shake Shack – Woodbury Commons Premium Outlets, Central Valley, NY
Shake Shack- Queens Center Mall, Flushing, NY

Build-out of two new locations for another long standing client. Trinity recently completed the renovation of the original Shake Shack in Madison Square Park.

The Ginger Man – Boston, MA
Trinity is gearing up for the build-out of The Ginger Man’s first Boston location. The Ginger Man is a family of popular beer bars featuring over 50 unique beers from around the world. Current locations include TX, NY and CT.

Smashburger – Niskayuna, NY
This is Trinity’s second Smashburger this year having recently completed a location in Saratoga Springs, NY.

Harvard University Court Lobby Improvements – Boston, MA
Renovation of the entrance and lobby of the Court Building located at 1 Western Avenue.

POSTED ON 26 May 2015

Trinity completed this unique 3,000 sf retail store and run base in six weeks so Adidas could open before the 2015 Boston Marathon. A collaboration between Adidas, the Boston Athletic Association and Marathon Sports, the Boston Marathon Run Base is also home to several BAA historical artifacts including an iconic unicorn statue. On race day it becomes a place where runners, friends and loved ones can track their times, as well as see course data.

The project scope included mosaic tiled bathrooms and showers, polished concrete floors and open ceilings. The high profile Adidas Marathon Run Base was constructed in partnership with TPG Architecture, LLP.

Trinity’s project team finished to rave reviews. Jeff Boylan of the Adidas Group had this to say: “Thank you, and your team, once again for a job very well done. The store opening was, and I believe will always be, one of the highlights of my career, and it wouldn’t have happened without your team. I am looking forward to completing more projects together.”


The Boston Marathon Run Base has been well received by all who have had the chance to experience it so far. It is sure to be an important landmark in the City of Boston and will give the renowned Boston Marathon a year-round presence on Boylston Street in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay.

Congratulations to Trinity’s project team: Michael Cleary, Doug Oldham, Paul Costa and Katrina Sloan.