Judges honor 15 New England projects for outstanding construction, design
November 22, 2016
From the renovation of one of the nation’s oldest subway stations to a “cellular polyhedral sculpture” created by a British artist, the winning entries in this year’s ENR New England Best Projects competition displayed impressive breadth.
Before T.F. Green Airport completed its more efficient stormwater and deicer management system to meet state environmental management requirements in May 2015, the airport collected deicer runoff manually.
Fabricating a sculpture by British artist Antony Gormley for installation in a stairwell at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s mathematics building was no easy task for Summit Metal Fabricators (SMF).
The Building for Transformative Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital is designed to help physicians and researchers from different disciplines collaborate on new treatments and therapies within the same facility.
After the bridge over Lake Quinsigamond was deemed structurally deficient, the Massachusetts Dept. of Transportation sought to build an aesthetically pleasing alternative to the typical girder structures it usually builds.
In just three months, contractors added a sustainable element to the Rehoboth Landfill with the installation of 3,200 solar panels that collectively produce 1,300 kilowatt hours of electricity per month.