I recently attended the Banker & Tradesman ceremony honoring their Best of 2013 awards recipients. Arrowstreet was voted Gold this year in an open poll among B&T’s readers in the Architect / Design category. It was a nice evening, with a great venue – Sean, Amy, and I enjoyed views across the Charles River to downtown Boston.
We’re happy to announce that the Rechler Corporate Headquarters has been awarded EDC Magazine’s Excellence in Design Award in the Commercial Renovation category. The award honors the building’s unique sustainable strategies, such as its highly efficient, super-insulated building envelope. The project will be featured in EDC Magazine’s June issue, along with a podcast on their website.
Check out the video above (1:50 – 2:50), and for more information on this project and the other winners check out the awards webpage.
It was announced today that Arrowstreet’s KIPP Academy Lynn project was awarded the 2013 Boston Business Journal’s Best in Boston Real Estate Award for “Community Impact.”
The award is recognition of the fantastic impact that the KIPP program has had on the lives of its students and their families. The new facility has allowed the KIPP program to expand their middle school program and extend the experience for their students through high school, with both the middle and high schools being combined in the new building.
Congratulations to the entire project team!
The Boston Business Journal will celebrate the Best in Boston Real Estate on May 23rd. KIPP Academy Lynn, a new ground up charter school we finished last year, is a finalist in the Community Impact category. Congratulations to all of the finalists, and join us at the event.
We are pleased to announce the following members of the Arrowstreet team have been promoted. While each individual holds different responsibilities and talents, all are critical members of our team and should be commended for their contributions to our firm. We can’t say “thank you” enough!
Claes Andreasen, Stefan Chaires, Lauren Haggerty, Amy Korte, Matt Rice, Tina Soo Hoo
Jessica Bessette, David Burn, Jason King, Sarah Mobraten
I recently had the pleasure of attending the SMPS “Recognizing Outstanding Communication” (ROC) Awards Gala to see the best of the AEC industry’s marketing material for the year. Among the nominees this year in the Website category was ArrowstreetLive – incidentally, the only blog among the nominees! The submissions were undeniably inspiring, and we were honored to be included among such company.
Artists for Humanity has a new entry canopy, which has just won an award from 3-Form. The original design of the building included structural points of support, but at the time of its construction there was not enough funding to build a canopy. Now, just in time for their 20th anniversary, they’ve got one, funded by the Brown Fund and design/built by the AFH students, under guidance by a group of MassArt students taught by Sam Batchelor. Pat Cornelison and I helped in the design charrettes and supported the project in various other ways.