Boston Dynamics knew that prefabricated construction would be a major part of their new headquarters to support their current and future needs. The final product was 1,775 linear ft. of DIRTT glass and solid walls that fit the industrial and clean look they envisioned.
St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, a Boston University teaching hospital and the tertiary care center for the Steward Health Care system, needed to add 16 beds to their medical-surgical unit. Steward wanted to find a way to standardize their spaces going forward.
A new office opens a new chapter for this corporate client as they make Madison Avenue uniquely their own.
This Cambridge nonprofit chose design elements that express their mission to bring their employees together in one space, invest in their health and wellbeing, and support community and collaboration so they can focus on the amazing work they do in the world.
Bardin Hill sought to create a headquarters that properly reflects the firm's vision and values.
A company built off of hard work, innovation and a love of the great outdoors now has an office that reflects their dedication to the environment.
A relocation allowed Pilot Studios to add unique elements that support the creative nature of the company.
The maternity ward at JCMC offers spacious accommodations designed with patient comfort in mind.
The business investment company redesigned their office with modern elements and an open office plan filled with light and shades of blue.
This innovative and diverse advertising company updated and designed their space for collaboration and flexibility.
As a global media organization helping its clients succeed through story-telling, Fortune Media needed a space that reflected their story.
To accommodate a growing workforce and create a greater sense of community, Syros invested their design focus into three elements: health, hope and growth.
There’s one place every New Englander feels like a local. Since Wormtown Brewery began with a commitment to local, a new location at Patriot’s Place felt like the perfect fit.
Universal Health Services (UHS) needed to build two new facility spaces that reflected their view on how healthcare should be: a positive and local experience.
As a trusted advisor providing solutions and value to meet their clients’ real estate objectives, it was Cresa’s turn to create a workspace that supports their team and positively impacts their business.