Building Enclosure Science extends old buildings’ useful years

SEAL APPROVAL: Michael Kenney, co-founder and president of Building Enclosure Science, tests the front wall of a condominium complex in Chelsea, Mass., to see if there is moisture inside the walls, part of a test to make sure the building is keeping out the rain.
 / COURTESY BUILDING ENCLOSURE SCIENCE
SEAL APPROVAL: Michael Kenney, co-founder and president of Building Enclosure Science, tests the front wall of a condominium complex in Chelsea, Mass., to see if there is moisture inside the walls, part of a test to make sure the building is keeping out the rain.
 / COURTESY BUILDING ENCLOSURE SCIENCE
Fastest Growing Companies | $250,000-$5M | 1st place CEO (or equivalent): Charles Antone, co-founder and chief operating officer 2017 Revenue: $2,597,422 2015 Revenue: $556,478 Revenue growth: 366.8% Old buildings, such as Providence’s City Hall, don’t necessarily have to be torn down and rebuilt, according to Building Enclosure Science LLC, a Providence-based construction consulting firm. In…

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