We are excited to announce that our Boston office has relocated to the 6th floor of 99 Summer Street. The move represents a key milestone in our firm’s 32-year history in Boston, positioning us at the center of the City’s business and financial district and enhancing our commitment to the growth and development of New England’s innovation economy.

Our firm has experienced a radical evolution in recent years,” said Lynne Deninger, office practice leader for our Boston office. “We’ve evolved from a traditional architecture/engineering firm into a multidisciplinary design solutions firm. Our new office reflects who we are today and where we’re going in the future.

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As a high-performance workplace, the office is designed specifically to encourage collaboration and knowledge sharing. “Almost every client we work with today is looking to enhance innovation and productivity,” adds Deninger. “We know from our own experiences that these factors can be enhanced when workplace physical barriers are removed and diverse disciplines are brought together to collaborate. That’s what we’re doing in our new office. We created an open-office environment where new ideas and creativity thrive.”

Our presence in New England began in 1978 when we opened a design studio in Springfield, MA. In 1983, we officially moved into Boston when we merged practices with John Carl Warnecke’s Boston office — one of the most respected firms in the region at the time. Since then, our Boston office has continued its upward trajectory, designing notable projects throughout Massachusetts and beyond. Recent projects include the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research in Cambridge, MA; Yale University’s Sterling Chemistry Labs in New Haven, CT; Southern New Hampshire University’s Athletics Complex in Hooksett, NH; Nantucket Cottage Hospital in Nantucket, MA; and Lasell College’s Academic Center in Newton, MA.

Proud of our 32-year history in Boston, we’re most excited about what’s to come. “New England is an epicenter of innovation in our core markets — higher education, healthcare, science + technology, sports + recreation and corporate/commercial,” notes Deninger. “We look forward to continuing our role in these markets, not only as designers of buildings, but as partners with our clients to solve their greatest challenges.”

Our New Boston Address:
99 Summer Street
Suite 600
Boston, MA 02110
p: 617.742.5440 (phone number has not changed)