Pelham Life Long Learning Center – Framingham MA

Architect : Winslow Architects
Square Footage : 8,200 s.f.
Completion:  Summer of 2019

Photo Courtesy of Winslow Architects

American Tourister II – Warren, Rhode Island

Architect : Brady Sullivan
Square Footage : 182,132 s.f.
Completion:  Fall of 2019

American Tourister II – The steel superstructure podium consists of building frame system, concentric brace frames with concrete on metal deck composite floor as supporting element for the 4 stories of panelized wood bearing wall construction. Unique 2 stories clear frame for emergency equipment access. Hurricane flood zone considerations include break away wall segments at lower parking level. Spread footings on soil improvement RIPS -Reinforced Aggregate Pier Foundation.


Image Courtesy of Brady Sullivan .¹

Rendering Courtesy of Brady Sullivan .¹

Rendering Courtesy of Brady Sullivan .¹




University of New England, University Commons -Biddeford, Maine

Architect : Shepley Bulfinch
Square Footage : 60,000 s.f.
Completion:  January 2018

UNE University Commons provides a unique space to unite students with the campus and community spaces all within a “downtown” environment for the college. Bringing together the main dining hall, flexible event spaces, common meeting areas and recreation spaces allows the flow of campus life without sacrificing freedom of movement.¹ The building is linked to the main library via a second floor footbridge. The steel superstructure consists of building frame system with composite floors. The lateral force resisting system is comprised of steel braced frames.

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295 Canal Street Office Building – Malden, Massachusetts

Owner and Architect : Combined Properties
Square Footage : 65,000 s.f.
Completion: March 2018

5-story, 65,000 square foot office building with parking and retail on the first floor.  Precast pile supported structural foundation with a slab-on-grade in the garage areas and structural slab in all other areas.  Composite steel superstructure with moment frames to accommodate the open plan offices and large windowed façade on second to fifth floors.

Photo rendering courtesy of Combined Properties