At Boston University, the characteristics of a building go far beyond its architectural style. The University boasts myriad of building types, from state-of-the-art research laboratories to the iconic, historic brownstones on Bay State Road.
This project consisted of an 18-story tower renovation as well as five story 100,000 sq/ft building with 15 classrooms and a law library.
This campus is made up of two seven-story buildings comprising 500,000 sq/ft of state of the art office, laboratory and retail space. The buildings host pharmaceutical and biotherapeutic/biologics research, drug metabolism, biotechnology units, development and medical, support functions for Pfizer.
Opened in 2014, the facility brings together approximately 1,000 Pfizer employees who were previously spread out across three area locations.
For more information visit http://www.pfizer.com/
David J. Sargent Hall is a 300,000-square-foot, seven-story building located in the heart of historic Boston along the Freedom Trail and steps from Boston Common.
Includes 18 classrooms ranging in size from seminar rooms to lecture halls, three moot courtrooms, administrative and faculty offices, an alumni club, a bookstore, and a major law library that occupies the building’s top three floors.
Located at the heart of the MGH campus, the Lunder Building connects multiple existing buildings. This 10-story 530,000 sq ft State of the Art building includes operating rooms, patient rooms and Radiation and Oncology space.
The new building will increase inpatient capacity by 150 beds with five new floors for hospitalized medical oncology, neuro-intensive care and neurosciences patients
Provide 28 new procedure rooms and an additional number of pre- and post-procedure bays. Also, it will expand, co-locate and enhance services in cancer, the neurosciences, radiation oncology and emergency services
For more information visit http://www.massgeneral.org/
The Harvard Art Museums are comprised of three separate museums—the Fogg Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum, and Arthur M. Sackler Museum.
The Fogg Museum opened in 1895 on the northern edge of Harvard Yard in a modest Beaux-Arts building designed by Richard Morris Hunt. In 1927, the Fogg Museum moved to its home at 32 Quincy Street.
The 200,000 sq. ft. renovation and addition to existing museum included galleries with floating GRG barrel vaulted ceilings, an auditorium with acoustic walls and soffit panels, public gathering space, as well as teaching and art restoration space.
For more information visit http://www.harvardartmuseums.org/
The original MFA opened its doors to the public on July 4, 1876, the nation’s centennial. Built in Copley Square, the MFA was then home to 5,600 works of art. Over the next several years, the collection and number of visitors grew exponentially, and in 1909 the Museum moved to its current home on Huntington Avenue.
The Museum has undergone significant expansion and change in recent years. Our project with the MFA consisted of 220,000 sq ft of new construction and 50,000 sq ft of renovation for a new wing of the museum.
For more information visit http://www.mfa.org/
5 story building with 155,000 sq/ft of new research, teaching and instrumentation space connected to multiple buildings via bridges. Performed drywall and Carpentry scope and Exterior Facade Cladding Swiss Pearl Rain Screen System.
The Marshall Conant Science Building houses classrooms, laboratories, a lecture hall and a host of modern equipment for Bridgewater State University biology, chemistry and physics students.
The project included a 171,000 square-foot addition, renovation of 43,000 square-feet and demolition of one existing wing of the building.
We handled the installation of Exterior facade elements; corrugated metal panels Alucabond metal panels, Swiss Pearl Cement panels, wood sunshades and ceilings to give this building a sleek, modern look.
New Balance's new 250,000 sq ft World Headquarter building sits inside “Boston Landing”. Boston Landing is a mixed-use development encompassing approximately 15 acres of land along the Massachusetts Turnpike in Boston's Brighton neighborhood. The building will also host 65,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space.
The New Balance world headquarters is the first part of a multiphase project to create a health and wellness district. A new Boston Bruins practice facility is under construction that will seat 600 fans and should be complete by September 2016. A commuter rail station, multisport event center with a raised track, retail space, a hotel, 275 residential apartments, and two more office buildings will also be built by summer 2018.
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Located in Boston’s Seaport District, this 17 story, 440,000-square-foot office/retail building allowed for PwC add another 500 employees to its Boston operations.
The accounting firm will occupy about 75 percent of the tower and allowed for PWC to add. The remainder of the office space will be leased to other tenants or used to accommodate future expansion by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The tower is the first major office building in the seaport and has a 4,000-square-foot terrace overlooking Boston Harbor.