Offsite Fabrication Speeds Construction Schedules

Method Enables Contractors to Meet Tighter Timelines Featured in Banker & Tradesman | July, 29, 2018 Today’s pressures in design and development have led to an increased interest in more precise construction techniques. With the rising demands on project schedules and building performance, offsite fabrication of building components is gaining popularity. Prefabrication and modular construction have been around for decades. However, with…

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Installing the Custom Soffit at Congress Square

At Congress Square, a 500,000 SF mixed-use project in downtown Boston, we pushed the lower two floors of the vertical addition back from the existing building’s exterior wall. This move created a physical space between the two structures, allowing the new addition to “float” above the existing building. This setback also created a significant overhang where we designed a custom Fiber…

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Parcel K Groundbreaking

Join Arrowstreet as we celebrate the groundbreaking of our Parcel K project. Arrowstreet is the master planner and architect for this vibrant, 500,000 SF waterfront development in Boston’s Innovation District.

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Boston Retail & Mixed-Use

Arrowstreet’s Amy Korte, David Bois, and Sean Selby, will be attending Bisnow’s Boston Retail & Mixed-Use on Thursday, September 28. Panelists will discuss the future of retail and how construction and design impacts the success of a retailer.

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BSA’s Designing in Boston

Come learn about the path to getting large buildings approved in the city of Boston on Tuesday, July 18 at 6pm. This session led by Arrowstreet’s Senior Associate Jason King, will address the challenges and opportunities of building a large project through a case study specific to downtown Boston— Congress Square. This event is the second in a series about…

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