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 .
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.
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.