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In Memory of Fathers

by Eric White/ Jun 15, 2016

Two important architecture awards have their origins in Boston–the Rotch Travelling Scholarship and the Harleston Parker Medal. Both were founded by sons to commemorate their fathers.

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Housing Solutions for the “Missing Middle”

by Tamara Roy AIA and David Eisen FAIA / Aug 9, 2016

The BSA/AIA and the BSA Foundation have developed a robust array of solutions to meeting the challenge of housing affordability.

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Acentech, Commodore Builders, Höweler + Yoon Architecture, and STV|DPMannounce the completion of a new global headquarters in Boston for Continuum, a global innovation design consultancy. The firms jointly provided design, consulting, and construction services for Continuum’s new 50,000 sf office in Boston Seaport’s Innovation and Design Building, a 1.4 million sf mixed-use complex attracting a dynamic mix of companies and industries. 

Acentech announces that it provided consulting services for the newly completed University Hall academic building at the University of Massachusetts (UMass) Boston. Acentech provided architectural acoustics and mechanical noise and vibration control consulting for the new 190,000 sf general academic facility, focusing its work on the performing arts spaces, lecture halls and classrooms.

Acentech announces that it has completed consulting work for Harvard Business School’s (HBS) Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center, a new 90,000 sf building that will be the gateway to the University’s Executive Education Program. Designed by architecture firm Goody Clancy and expected to achieve LEED® Gold certification, Acentech provided architectural acoustics and mechanical system noise and vibration control consulting services for the project. Featuring active and stacked program elements, HBS had a high expectation for the acoustic quality of the spaces in the four-story building.

A new residence hall designed by ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge opened this fall on the campus of Framingham State University. The six-story, 97,000 square foot residence was funded and developed by The Massachusetts State College Building Authority and is tracking for LEED Gold Certification.

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The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Central Massachusetts Chapter has honored Gorman Richardson Lewis Architects (GRLA) with a Merit Award for their design of a sustainable corporate headquarters and distribution center that is among the greenest buildings in the United States. The 160,000 SF project for Subaru of New England has been certified LEED Platinum

GRLA also worked closely with consulting engineers WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, Landscape Architect BSC Group, and Columbia Construction Company on the project.

Acentech welcomes Kenneth Bourinot, Jr. CTS as senior consultant in audiovisual and information technology systems.

Wilson Architects has promoted Breana Werner to associate principal.

Carole C. Wedge FAIA, LEED AP, president of Shepley Bulfinch, has been selected to chair the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Large Firm Round Table (LFRT). Carole is the fifth chair since the LFRT was founded and the first woman elected to this position.

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