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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200 Sidney & 40 Erie Certified LEED C&S Gold!

We are excited to announce that the 200 Sidney Street and 40 Erie Street buildings have achieve LEED C&S Gold Certification! These two buildings, along with one other, are part of the Sidney Research Campus that Arrowstreet re-positioned into a life sciences center in Cambridge.

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New Exterior Photos of 200 Sidney Research Campus

With the trees in full bloom and warm sunny weather finally in Boston, we ventured outside to update our images of the 200 Sidney Research Campus to capture the outdoor amenity space that complements the new campus. In partnership with CBA Landscapes Architects, the exterior courtyard includes outdoor ping pong tables, concrete pavers ready for seasonal food trucks, contemporary benches…

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Catalytic Development: Real Estate and the Kendall Square Effect with Crew Boston

On October 27th we are heading to Cambridge to listen to panelists Bob Coughlin, president and CEO of the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council; Tom Andrews of Alexandria Real Estate Equities; Bill Kane of BioMed Realty, Michael Owu of MIT Investment Management Co.; and Michael Cantalupa of Boston Properties as they discuss what’s next for Kendall Square real estate with CREW Boston.

Innovation in Kendall Square

When Vertex announced it was leaving Cambridgeport for Boston’s Seaport District in 2011, there was some initial concern in the city over the loss of a major tenant in this vital life sciences district. However, our client, BioMed Realty, had a vision for the vacant buildings: to create space for start-ups and up-and-coming life sciences companies that had previously been…

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Designing for Collaboration and Innovation

While working with BioMed Realty to create the Sidney Research Campus, we partnered with one of their new biotech tenants to fit out their new space. Our interiors group partnered with our architectural team to design a collaborative office and lab space with clean lines and innovative features to reflect both their brand and the fast-moving life sciences community in…

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