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BSC was retained as part of an “Integrated Team” to investigate water intrusion and condensation concerns of an air traffic control tower and associated base building in Detroit, MI. The tower was investigated to examine signs of liquid rain water intrusion through the enclosure elements as well as locations of condensation accumulation within the exterior enclosure elements.
Designed to fit both the aesthetic of the existing neighborhood and the desires of the homeowners, the Concord Cape combines a traditional
Designed for a net-zero energy development, the single-family houses reflect the traditional New England style that the developer strives to achieve. Intended as affordable and market-rate units, the houses offer between 1,600 and 1,800 square feet and feature 3 and 4 bedrooms, respectively.
Hanover CambridgePark luxury apartments were constructed in a podium style construction with 4, wood-framed stories over an elevated concrete deck. Located in North Cambridge, near the MBTA’s Red Line Alewife station, the complex offers one- and two-bedrooms units, and many high-end amenities including two courtyard spaces with a pool. As part of an integrated team,
This 21-story, high-rise tower in the historic Boston Seaport features 369 luxury apartments and retail space. The glass and steel building was part of a major transformation in the Seaport area providing a modern feel to the waterfront. BSC joined the design team in the Design Development phase as the enclosure consultant to provide services on the
Various Locations, MA
Historic New England owns and/or manages historic properties scattered throughout five states, with the goals of preserving and presenting New England heritage, and educating the public.
The Mallett House Retrofit is a deep energy retrofit of 57 Depot Street; one of several worker cottages built in 1886 for employees of the local shoe factory. In 2010,
MIT Lincoln Laboratory is comprised of multiple buildings that make up the Lexington, MA campus.
The Net Zero Lab House, located at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, MD, is designed as a typical residence for a family of four in the Gaithersburg area. Through use of a high performance thermal enclosure and a building orientation which supports installation of a south-facing photovoltaic array, this 2,700 sq.
The Old Colony public housing project underwent a major redevelopment, replacing 1940's-era brick low-rise housing units with new mid-rise and townhome apartment buildings, and a community center. As part of an integrated team,