BU Center for Computing and Data Sciences Groundbreaking
12.11.19 On December 5th, Boston University held a groundbreaking for the Center for Computing and Data Sciences. The 345,000 square foot, 300 foot tall building designed by KPMB Architects will position BU as a global leader in the field of data sciences. Due to open in 2022, the striking design and Boston’s largest fossil-free building will be a statement on both the skyline and built environment. Read more about this exciting project here.
Boston Public Library, Roslindale Branch Groundbreaking
12.05.19 The Boston Public Library recently held a groundbreaking for the renovation of the Roslindale branch. The transformation by Leers Weinzapfel Associates of the original 1960’s library will include complete renovation including a new community room, reading lounges and an urban reading garden. Key to the project is a new entry which will tie the library to the community and serve as a central hub for Roslindale. Read more about the project here .
East Boston Police Station Breaks Ground
12.03.19 The City of Boston recently broke ground on the East Boston Police Station. Designed by Leers Weinzapfel Associates, this $29M project is providing the City of Boston with a 3-story, 27,000 square foot LEED Silver Certified station and will feature a permanent piece of public art as a part of Mayor Walsh’s “Percent for Art” program. A link to the article can be found here: Boston.gov
Rendering provided by Leers Weinzapfel Associates.
Paradigm-Changing Operational Energy Reducing Designs
12.03.19 ARCHITECT magazine has published a feature regarding two recently completed projects on which LeMessurier has collaborated with Payette. The New Science Center at Amherst College as well as the Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex (ISEC) at Northeastern University have been cited as paradigm-changing operational energy reducing designs. Read the project features on the attached PDF.