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COLIN SMITH ARCHITECTURE Colin Smith Architecture builds for corporate, historic, retail, religious, and cultural commercial clients while also constructing and restoring residential homes. The company's most recent notable clients include the historic Benjamin Fitch House, Pavement Coffeehouse's new Fenway location, and the Cary Library in Lexington. 1666 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington, 781-274-0955; COLUMBIA CONTRACTING CORPORATION As a leading residential contractor in the Greater Boston area, Columbia Contracting is devoted to premium building and renovation for both interiors and exteriors. 21 Eliot St., Natick, 508-655-4070; CUTTING EDGE HOMES INC. Cutting Edge is an award-winning, all-inclusive boutique firm that prioritizes a client-driven approach and specializes in custom homes. 100 Waverly St., Ste. 8, Ashland, 508-435- 1280; FALLON DEVELOPMENT For more than 35 years, Fallon Development has helped clients build their luxurious dream homes, as evidenced with the firm's work on Northern Avenue and ONE Marina Park Drive. 171 Reservoir St., Needham Heights, 781-237-0505; HIGHLAND DEVELOPMENT Where construction management meets real estate development, Highland Development turns transformative concepts into reality. Highland built the locally beloved Trident Bookstore, as well as rooms for the International School of Boston. 98 Winchester St., Medford, 781-393- 0006; KENWOOD BUILDERS Kenwood specializes in restoring Victorian homes, but also offers custom architectural designs. Sometimes, it combines both—the company recently built a new home in Brookline that matches the Victorian neighborhood exactly. 397A Harvard St., Brookline, 617-505-1857; MAYER + ASSOCIATES Mayer + Associates architects have designed and built for a number of clients, including Las Vegas Town Square, Boston's 33 Arch Street, and residential locations across the Greater Boston area. 1647 Beacon St., Waban, 617-916-0774; MOREHOUSE MACDONALD AND ASSOCIATES Morehouse MacDonald's architects create their clients' dream homes by following the clients' visions and harnessing them in classic, timeless design. 3 Bow St., Lexington, 781-861- 9500; NEW ENGLAND ARCHITECTURAL FINISHING High-end wood cannot be in better hands than this expert Seekonk firm, which specializes in luxury woodwork restoration and finishing. 102D Pond St., Seekonk, 617-442-9400; PATRICK AHEARN ARCHITECT With offices in the Back Bay and Martha's Vineyard, Patrick Ahearn has specialized in his own brand of contemporary New England design for both his island homes and residential city spaces. 160 Commonwealth Ave., 617-266-1710; RUHL WALKER ARCHITECTS Ruhl Walker designs with a sleek, modern focus, and is capable of creating both small city homes and palatial suburban ones. 60 K St., Ste. 2, 617-268-5479; SANFORD CUSTOM BUILDERS Sanford Custom Builders specializes in fine custom homes and renovations. Owner and President Marc Kaplan is fully involved in every project. 310 Washington St., Ste. 202, Wellesley Hills, 781-416-7007; SEADAR CONSTRUCTION Touting a reputation for excellence, SeaDar is dedicated to building trusting relationships with its clients. The firm takes on projects in new construction, conversion, renovation, and restoration. 46 Waltham St., 617-423-0870; S+H CONSTRUCTION Taking pride in its customer relations, this Cambridge firm is known to carry out its projects on time and on budget. 26 New St., Ste. 2, Cambridge, 617- 876-8286; WOODMEISTER MASTER BUILDERS Offering expert services for building or renovating, WoodMeister focuses the utmost attention to detail, careful craftsmanship, and responsibility to every project they take on. 1317 Washington St., 617-423-2900; ZEROENERGY DESIGN ZeroEnergy Design creates innovative and environmentally sensible homes that enable the firm to focus upon the unique design opportunities of each project. 156 Milk St., Ste. 3, 617-720- 5002; As its company name implies, ZeroEnergy Design focuses on maximum-performing designs with a minimal carbon footprint. BOSTONCOMMON-MAGAZINE.COM  117

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