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We Let Our Work Speak For Us

We have chosen some select projects to highlight with photo galleries a vertical slice of the type of work we do.

Boston Navy Yard

The National Park Service now maintains an important part of the ship yard, and as part of the Park Service's interpretive program, USS Constitution, in connection with the United States Navy, and USS Cassin Young are preserved as representatives of the kinds of vessels built in this yard.

100 Federal Street

Shoring for conversion of 100 Federal Street building's Congress Street courtyard into a massive steel and glass atrium including 8,500 square feet of retail and 500 square feet for kiosks, along with a “winter garden” at the street level of the glass atrium.

Brandeis University Sports Center Pool

This 3.5 million dollar renovation will broaden the athletic program at the University and enable Brandeis to participate in intercollegiate swimming competition. It contains a 75 by 45-foot Olympic size swimming pool, a 300 seat poolside spectator area, locker rooms, showers, squash and handball courts.

Novartis Cambridge Campus

Innovative pharmaceutical giant Novartis is expanding near MIT, a project that will encourage partnered ventures and enliven this life sciences gateway with a fresh infusion of green space and retail businesses.

Harvard Medical

A perimeter scaffolding system providing total access to exterior of Harvard Medical School's Seeley G Mudd Building at 250 Longwood Avenue for renovations including full building window replacements planned for the summer.

MIT SoMa Kendall Square

a NY style heavy duty overhead protection walkway structure for the MIT SoMa project. The SoMa Project includes over 100,000 square feet of new or repositioned ground floor retail and more than two acres of new publicly accessible and porous open space that will be added to the eight acres currently existing.

Boston's Back Bay

Considered one of the best-preserved examples of 19th-century urban design in the United States, as well as numerous architecturally significant individual buildings and important cultural institutions such as the Boston Public Library.