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Grants 2018


Charles River Watershed Association (Allston/Brighton)— The Herter Park GI Laboratory project presents an opportunity to engage local residents and middle school students with CRWA field science and stewardship efforts at Herter Park. (Pallavi Kalia Mande, (781) 788-0007 ext-232)

Fairmount Greenway Task Force (Dorchester)WOW Community Hubs will work to design and implement two new community spaces with residents and students along the Fairmont Greenway. (Michelle Moon, (320)282-7708)

Innovators for Purpose (iFp) (Cambridge)— iFp teens are using the design process to explore creative ways to make open space more inviting to tenants and the public. The project will create a welcoming entrance through the celebration of history and community. (Michael K. Dawson, (508)561-5833)

Mystic River Watershed Association (Somerville)— The Mystic River Watershed Association will host a series of three ecological design ‘Field Days’ at Blessing of the Bay Park in Somerville, MA for local community members. (Amber Christoffersen, (781)316-3438)

Maud Morgan Arts (Cambridge)— Provides accessible and hands-on workshops on architecture and design principles within the arts and in local context for youth and families. (Cory Shea, (617)349-6287 ext-15)

Powerful Pathways (Mattapan)— Mattapan Open Streets/Open Studios will celebrate and uplift the built and cultural environment of Mattapan through a week of free inclusive-based activities, artist exhibits, performances and small business promotions. (Allentza Michel, (617)819-4783)

Raw Art Works (RAW) (Lynn)— WAM X, a program where youth develop leadership and career workforce development skills as they advocate for women’s issues in their communities through public art-making. (Jennifer Pieroni, (791)593-5515)

YouthBuild Boston (Roxbury)— The Designery, a hands-on architecture and design exploration program for high school teens ages 14-18, who are employed as Intern Designers. (Alex Ho, (617)445-8887 ext-406)

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Providing the Building Community with As Built Building Documentation; 3D Building Information Models, 3D Laser Scanning.

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