NEWS

09.13 Brookline Municipal Services Center

HKT was awarded the contract for the Brookline Municipal Services Center Renovations in Brookline, MA.

08.13 Wellesley Capital Projects

HKT was awarded the contract for the Town-wide Capital Projects in Wellesley, MA. The project includes renovations to the Fire Station and 3 schools.

08.13 Bridgewater Academy Building

The Town of Bridgewater votes yes to approve the restoration of the Academy Building.

07.13 William J. Walczak Health + Education Center

The USGBC awarded LEED Gold Certification to the William J. Walczak Health and Education Center in Dorchester, MA. The building achieved 69 credits through sustainable design features including dedicated parking for carpools, a landscape design that incorporates low maintenance native species, a super-insulated building envelope, a highly reflective roof covering, increased indoor air quality, energy efficient mechanical equipment and lighting, Energy Star qualified appliances and equipment and Greenguard certified furnishings.

06.13 Fore River Clubhouse

HKT was awarded the contract for the restoration of the historic Fore River Clubhouse in Qunicy, MA.

06.13 Salisbury Emergency Services Study

After HKT's final report was submitted, the police station was designated as "the first of Salisbury's outdated public safety buildings to be rebuilt." The new facility is said to cost approximately $10.7 million.

06.13 City of Cambridge

HKT was awarded the City of Cambridge House Doctor contract.

05.13 Deerfield Highway Facility

Construction has begun on the new Deerfield Highway Facility located at Sugarloaf Street, Deerfield, MA.

02.13 Chelmsford Fire Station

The Town was briefed on the progress of the proposed $7.7 million fire station. Topics discussed included parking capacity, public safety and the overall contemporary design of the facility.

11.12 Bridgewater Academy Building

Bridgewater Memorial and Academy Buildings deemed "unsafe". With offices and departments being relocated, the Town is faced with a crisis. A decision has to be made but where is the money going to come from?

11.12 Cohasset Town Hall

Cohasset Planning Commission voted to approved a $75,000 study for the renovation of the Town Hall. HKT was awarded the BIM-based study and will begin work immediately.

10.12 Bridgewater Academy Building

Municipal Building Committee recommends a $9.6 million complete renovation of the Academy Building with consolidation of all town offices.

09.12 Marshfield Fire Station

HKT presented three conceptual options to the Fire Station Building Committee.

08.12 Amesbury Department of Public Works

HKT Architects has been awarded the Amesbury Department of Public Works with Pare Corporation. HKT will be subconsultants to Pare Corporation.

07.12 Norwell Police Station

HKT Architects has been awarded the Norwell Police Station Feasibility Study.

07.12 Houghton's Pond Bathhouse

The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the newly constructed Houghton's Pond Bathhouse in Milton, MA. The new Bathhouse includes outdoor sitting areas, a boardwalk and educational information throughout the site.

06.12 Bridgewater Academy Building

HKT Architects presents two options of renovating the Bridgewater Academy Building. Town residents were able to share their thoughts as to how they think the Academy Building should be renovated.

05.12 Deerfield DPW

The citizen of Deerfield MA voted to approve the new $5.9 million Highway Facility. HKT Architects, Inc is excited to continue working with the Town on this important building project.

05.12 Marshfield Fire Station

HKT Architects has been awarded the Marshfield Fire Station Project.

02.12 Bridgewater Academy Building

HKT Architects has been awarded the Bridgewater Feasibility Study for the Reuse/Redevelopment of the Academy Building, Town Hall and Memorial Building.

01.12 Northbridge DPW

HKT Architects has been awarded the Northbridge Department of Public Works Feasibility Study.

09.11 Waquoit Bay National Esturine Research Reserve

HKT Architects has been awarded the Waquoit-New "Green" Maintenance Building and Carriage House Modifications design. This first step in the campus master plan is an exciting opportunity to continue our work with WBNERR and DCR.

08.11 SEAS Northwest Annex

The USGBC has awarded the renovation of Harvard University's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Northwest Annex LEED-Interior Design and Construction v3.0 Platinum Certification. HKT Architects is pleased to continue to provide sustainable projects for our clients and community.

07.11 The Society of Saint John the Evangelist Addition/ Renovation
Working with Commodore Builders, construction of the major renovation to the historic chapel and monastery originally designed by Ralph Adams Cram is nearly complete.  The brothers have begun to hold services in the main chapel and substantial completion of the remainder of the 35,000 s.f. building is expected later in the summer.

06.11 Northampton DPW Facility
In June the City of Northampton approves moving forward with the design of their new DPW facility. HKT Architects, Inc is excited to continue working with the City on this important building project.

05.11 Houghton's Pond Bathhouse and Sitework
Construction has begun for the new bathhouse and interpretative boardwalk in the Blue Hills with Boston Building and Bridge serving as the general contractor for the DCR. In order to allow beach goers and hikers to continue visiting the site, HKT designed the project to be implemented in various phases.

04.11 Holyoke Community College
HKT is currently overseeing the construction for the renovation to administrative offices and classrooms for DCAM at Holyoke Community College.  The project includes multiple phases of construction in order to allow the school to continue to use the Frost and Donahue buildings while construction is ongoing.

02.11 Samuel Hadley Public Services Building
The USGBC awarded LEED Silver certification to the new public facility in the town of Lexington.  The building received 38 credits under the New Construction Version 2.2 system.  The building achieved this status as result of its passive solar design, green roof, and a building integrated rainwater harvesting system that supplies water to the town’s street cleaning machines.

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