HGA is transforming a former gravel quarry into a biotech campus

Well before Herman Melville penned Moby Dick, seaside towns along the Massachusetts shoreline from Gloucester to New Bedford have provided kitchens with lobster, salmon, pike, bass, and other produce. Just south of Gloucester is Manchester-by-the-Sea, an old blue-collar town whose economy lives and dies by the fishing industry.

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