SCUP Award Winners - Tozzer Anthropology Building
04.27.16 Harvard University's Tozzer Anthropology Building won the 2016 Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Honor Award for Excellence in Architecture for a New Building. Teamed with Kennedy Violich Architecture and their MATx research unit, LeMessurier helped realize the vision of revitalizing and enlivening a multi-disciplinary research and academic building on Harvard's campus.

Photography Credit: John Horner

Elsewhere in SCUP Awards, LeMessurier was on design teams presented with an Honor award for the Boston College St. Mary's Hall Restoration with DiMella Shaffer as well as an and Honorable Mention for The Lofts at Washington University in St. Louis with William Rawn Associates.

LeMessurier - 2016 Run of the Charles Canoe Race
04.25.16 The LeMessurier canoe team paddled to 15th place out of 54 entrants in the 2016 Run of the Charles canoe race through eastern Massachusetts on April 24. Cheering on the team was a large contingent of less aqueous-minded coworkers and family on the east bank of the Charles River near the end of the race, at Artesani Park. LeMessurier had a strong anchor leg of the all-day race owing in part to a home-river advantage as the finish line is just steps from the office!
Ian Neill Places 92nd Overall in Boston Marathon
04.19.16 Yesterday, April 18, 2016 LeMessurier engineer Ian Neill participated in the 120th Boston Marathon. Actually, "participated" may not be strong enough of a word - Ian cruised the course on a tough day to finish #92 overall out of more than 30,000 entrants, in a time of 2 hours and 37 minutes!
Way to go, Ian!
New England Conservatory Student Life & Performance Center- Topping Off Ceremony
04.11.16 On March 2, a topping off ceremony was held for the New England Conservatory Student Life and Performance Center project in Boston's Back Bay. The beam highlighted in the ceremony was hoisted atop the 11-story tower consisting of residential halls, library, dining commons, opera studios and theater spaces. The Ann Beha Architects and Gensler designed building is scheduled to open in 2017.
Bates College Campus Avenue Housing in High Profile Magazine
04.01.16 The Bates College Campus Avenue Housing project has been featured in the most recent issue of High Profile magazine. The newly built Ann Beha Architects designed mixed-use residence halls act as a gateway to the college from the surrounding community.
Render credit: Ann Beha Architects