Crowe Hall Marks First New Academic Construction In Decades With Custom Metal Components
Crowe Hall, named after the Merrimack College Board Chairman Michael and Kerridan Crowe, is the college’s first academic building in three decades, describes an article in the Boston Real Estate Times (BRET). The last new academic construction was in 1989, making the construction of Crowe Hall at Merrimack College a momentous occasion.
LEED Gold Residential Tower Wows Rosslyn Neighborhood In DC
Work on Central Place in Rosslyn, Virginia began back in 2014 where the architects at Beyer Blinder Belle (BBB) designed the impressive mixed use residential. Central Place, according to JBG Companies, “…is the most anticipated trophy project in the D.C. area and will act as the centerpiece to the booming Rosslyn market.”
State Of The Art Health Facility Boasts Sustainable Design By NBBJ In Battle Creek, Michigan
Borgess Health Park in Battle Creek is a nearly 27 million-dollar outpatient care facility. The 65,000 square-foot structure adhered to the growing demand for outpatient services. The Michigan-based ambulatory and outpatient care building specializes in both primary and specialty services including physical and occupational health, cardiology, neurosurgery, and women’s health to name a few.
Architects Design European Inspired Hotel Minutes From Downtown Boston
The first AC Hotel by Marriott in the New England area opened its doors to guests in early 2016. The Medford hotel, minutes from downtown Boston, is one of the AC Hotel brand’s first US developments. The European-inspired hotel at 95 Station Landing is nearly 83,000 square-feet and features 152 guest suites.
University Clubhouse Receives Major Upgrade With Exterior Components Fabricated By CEI Materials
The University of Michigan’s Richard L. Postma Clubhouse is a new $15 million, 23,000 square-foot facility in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The new building replaced an outdated clubhouse built in the 1950s. Although the original clubhouse was “quaint,” over the years numerous issues became impossible to ignore such as a poor HVAC system and continuous flooding.