• UMass Amherst - Lederle Graduate Research Center Renovation

    Lederle Graduate Research Center

    The Lederle Graduate Research Center, built between 1971 and 1973 consists of a sixteen story high-rise tower and a three story low-rise building connected by a plaza and underground service space. Occupants are science teaching and research.  This project will develop a comprehensive plan for infrastructure and building systems upgrades and define a phase one project that can be accomplished within the bond funding available.

  • UMass Amherst - Machmer Hall Renovation

    Machmer Hall

    Machmer Hall, built in 1957, is on a prominent site between South College, W.E.B. Dubois Library, Thompson Hall and the Student Union on the UMass Amherst campus.  The current use is general academic and classroom facilities.

  • UMass Amherst - Morrill Science Center Renovation

    Morrill Science Center

    The Morrill Science Center, built between 1950 and 1966, consists of four distinct buildings and was constructed to house teaching and research space for Biology, Geology, Microbiology and Zoology.  This project will develop a comprehensive plan for infrastructure and building systems upgrades.

  • UMass Boston - Integrated Sciences Complex

    This project came about as a result of aging, undersized and outmoded research facilities at UMass Boston and the desire of the facility to enrich and invest in its research.
  • UMass Boston - General Academic Building II

    UMass  Boston Campus

    This is a study for a new General Academic Building on the UMass Boston Campus.  This approximately 125,000 GSF facility will serve as the home for the College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CNHS) as well as provide space for general purpose classrooms, TEAL (Technology Enabled Active Learning) classrooms, student study spaces and a cafe.

  • UMass Boston - Substructure, Science & Pool Buildings Demo Quad Development

    Science Building on left and Substructure from the NE (Between the buildings)

    The goal of this project is to address the serious deterioration of the parking garage, referred to as the “substructure”, at the heart of the UMass Boston Campus and to provide for its replacement with a new environmentally sensitive landscaped campus quadrangle.

  • UMass Dartmouth - General Academic Building for STEM Programs

    Site Plan

    This will be a new Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, & Nursing programs.  The scope will also include a facility condition assessment of four (4) buildings on campus that contain research laboratories and develop a strategy to modernize those existing laboratories.

  • UMass Dartmouth - Master Plan Update

    Campus Map

    This master plan update also comes at a time when the University is experiencing significant enrollment growth and academic program advancements, it is also transitioning from a commuter to a residential focus school, and the 40-year old campus faces a deferred maintenance backlog of $426 million.  This master plan will address those issues at the same time as supporting the University's goal of becoming a world-class research institution

  • UMass Dartmouth - School of Marine Science and Technology – New Facility


    This project involves the construction of an integrated facility (“SMAST 2”) on the former Naval Reserve Center site. 

  • UMass Lowell - Corburn Hall Renovation

    Corburn Hall

    Coburn Hall, built in 1894 is a beloved legacy building that is the workhouse classroom building for the South Campus at UMass Lowell.  Coburn is the anchor for the South Campus Sector Plan.    Project scope includes infrastructure upgrades and classroom renovations.

  • UMass Lowell- Olsen Hall Renovation

    Olsen Hall

    This project develops an overall renewal and preprogramming strategy for the building, with possible implementation in two phases.


  • UMass Amherst - Life Science Laboratories

    UMass Amherst Life Science Labs Building
    Part of an overall renewal program aimed at enhancing the science and engineering research environs and interdisciplinary collaboration amongst disciplines this building provides UMass Amherst with 300,000 gsf of new state-of-the-art research space.
  • UMass Amherst - New Academic and Classroom Building

    This multi-use building will provide 173,000 gross square feet for instructional, departmental and civic programs. Currently, the university has a significant shortage of classroom space and a portion of existing space is in poor condition. The new building addresses this critical need for updated classroom and department space on the Amherst campus. The Program includes department space for Communication and Journalism, Linguistics, and the Film Studies program.
  • UMass Dartmouth - Carney Library Renovation and Addition

    This project added both a new entry space to the existing library, and a renovated and updated state-of-the-art collegiate library for UMass Dartmouth.
  • UMass Lowell - Health and Social Sciences Building (South Campus Academic Building)

    UMass Lowell Health and Social Sciences Building completed in 2013
    South Campus is the home of UMass Lowell's College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate School of Education and the School of Health and Environment. As the first new academic building constructed from the ground up on south campus in over 30 years, the Health and Social Sciences Building will begin to address a pent up demand for an increase in modernized space by all the departments located on the South Campus.
  • UMass Amherst - Web DuBois Library Improvements

    UMass Amherst Web DuBois Library Improvements
    DuBois Library Improvements at UMass Amherst consists of two separate projects. Phase I included improvements to the main plaza concrete deck, waterproof membrane system and site. Phase II, consisting of upgrades to the HVAC system and accessibility, was completed in May 2010.
  • UMass Boston - New Campus Center

    UMass Boston Campus Center
    The Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) constructed an $80 million Campus Center at the 175-acre Columbia Point Campus. The six-story, 331,000 SF facility provides a new "front door" to the campus, consolidating student services and activities, and offers new dining facilities and conference center space.
  • UMass Boston - Fire Protection for Science & Wheatley Buildings

    U. Mass Boston Science and Wheatley Buildings
    The fire protection improvement project for the Science and Wheatley Buildings has been completed at UMass Boston.