Project Category: State + Municipal

UML 110 Canal

110 Canal Street is an existing five-story 1930s industrial building that underwent an extensive shell and core renovation in recent years. Construction consists of a cast-in-place concrete frame with new historically accurate thermally broken metal windows and a modern utility infrastructure. Innovation Hub + M2D2 Labs: Floors 3 + 4 of the 110 Canal building. […]

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City Hall Annex

The Annex had undergone a major renovation in 2004 and received LEED-Gold certification. However, the building systems never performed to expectations, failing to achieve the projected energy use reductions. As part of a larger Municipal Facilities Improvement Plan, the City asked the design team to assess the building envelope, mechanical systems, and accessibility. The team concluded […]

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Government Services Center Life Safety Retrofit

Boston’s Government Services Center was designed by well-known Brutalist architect Paul Rudolph and constructed between 1969-1972. The GSC consists of the conjoined Hurley Building and the Lindemann Mental Health Center. The two cast-in-place concrete buildings share a common plaza over a two-level parking garage. From its opening, the plaza has had a variety of maintenance […]

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Cambridge Municipal Facilities Improvement Plan (MFIP) & Projects

ICON worked with Arup and the New Buildings Institute (NBI) to assist the City of Cambridge in developing performance metrics and goals for its building portfolio for key facilities. The development of the Cambridge MFIP included the assessment of 42 facilities, the creation of a phased Capital Improvement Plan, and greenhouse emissions reduction plans. Overarching priorities include […]

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