Arrowstreet ranked #82 on ENR’s 2022 Green Markets Lists
Arrowstreet is proud to share that we have once again placed on Engineering News-Record’s Top 100 Green Design Firms— coming in at #82! At Arrowstreet, sustainable building practices and green design are incorporated into all our projects. This commitment can be seen throughout our portfolio, having designed such projects as the first net zero and LEED v4 Platinum school in…
BSA Educational Tour
On May 11th, the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) invites you to join a tour of the King Open / Cambridge Upper School & Community Complex which recently received the national COTE Top Ten Award. This event will be hosted by the architectural team, William Rawn Associates in association with Arrowstreet. This facility establishes a new standard for education design…
Kate Bubriski Speaks at “Urban Geothermal to Electrify Heating and Cooling”
Arrowstreet’s Director of Sustainability and Building Performance, Kate Bubriski, will be joining Boston University’s Institute for Sustainable Energy and The Boston Green Ribbon Commission for their first GRCx Series Webinar on Urban Geothermal to Electrify Heating and Cooling Systems Carbon neutral buildings in cities were considered a pipe dream only a few years ago, but necessary to address climate change….
King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools & Community Complex Opening Celebration
Please join us Saturday, 10/26, for the Opening Celebration of the King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools & Community Complex! This event is open to the public and is a great opportunity to tour the building and see first-hand how we built the first Net Zero Emissions school in Massachusetts. The design incorporates many energy efficiency technologies, featuring nearly 3,600 photovoltaic…
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.