Topping off for Dartmouth College’s new Thayer Center for Engineering and Computer Science (CECS)
06.26.20 Dartmouth College’s new Thayer Center for Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) recently celebrated its topping off on-site in Hanover, NH. The building – a collaboration with HGA – will house the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship, Electron Microscope Center, and a 340-vehicle subterranean parking garage. The CECS building project is the largest in Dartmouth College’s history, requiring the placement of over 14,000 cubic yards of concrete and the erection of over 4,000 pieces of steel.

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Topping Off at the Track at New Balance
06.23.20 The Track at New Balance recently celebrated its Topping Off with a ceremony on site at Boston Landing. The Track – a collaboration with Elkus Manfredi – hosts a 200-meter track, soccer pitch, lacrosse field, concert venue as well as training and research facilities on New Balance’s campus in Allston. This project has the second largest footprint in Boston, trailing only the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
Kenyon College West Quadrangle
06.16.20 At Kenyon College, the West Quadrangle project designed by the Gund Partnership is full of activity: structural framing at Chalmers Library is approaching completion, while steel erection at the Admissions building is continuing apace with the below-grade post-tensioned concrete garage. Following shortly on the heels of these two buildings will be a new Academic building, which will bring the West Quadrangle project to a close.
The Whitney Hotel - Boston Preservation Alliance Award Winner
06.11.20 LeMessurier was engaged by Related Beal to envision development opportunities with the 1908 John Jeffreys Hotel and an adjacent parking garage on Charles Street in Boston. Together with Hacin + Associates, Architect we studied various schemes for above and below grade construction, finally arriving at a beautiful complement to the existing hotel. The result was an Historic Preservation Award and other accolades presented in this article from the Boston Preservation Alliance.
Photo Credit: Chuck Choi