MULTI-FAMILY-PUBLIC HOUSING

 Cambridge Housing Authority-Cambridge, MA

    Washington Elms

    Corcoran Park

    Willow Street

    River Howard

  

Woburn Housing Authority- Woburn, MA

    One Liberty Place

Hull Housing Authority- Hull, MA

     Central Ave

     C & D Street

Boston Housing Authority- Boston, MA

    Torre Unidad, South End

           196 apartments in eighteen story high rise building

    Walnut Park at Egleston Square

            168 apartments in a unique round-shaped twenty story high rise building

    Rockland Towers, West Roxbury

              72 apartment in a mid-rise four story building

   Melrose Housing Authority, Melrose, MA        

    

Green District Allston, MA

The Element Apartments (Gold Leed Certified)

The Edge Apartments (Platinum Leed Certified)

The Icon/Eco (Platinum Leed Certified)

 

Charles River Park, Boston, MA    

    One Emerson Place Apartments    

    Ten Emerson Place Apartments    

    One Longfellow Place Apartments    

    Four Longfellow Place Apartments    

    Two Hawthorne Place Condominiums    

    Nine Hawthorne Place Condominiums    

HEALTH CARE

Newton-Wellesley Hospital 

Allen-Riddle Building

Pilgrim Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center

Stonehedge Rehabilitation and Skilled Care Center

Tewksbury Hospital, Tewksbury, MA

    Saunders Building

    Nichols Building

    The Hart House    

    TILL's Watertown Day Habilitation Program

    Opportunity Works, Haverhill, MA

    Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association Sanatorium

 

MUNICIPAL

Nashua Town Hall, Nashua, NH

J. Edward Christian Municipal Office Building, West Springfield

Charlemont Town Hall, Charlemont, MA

West Springfield Public Library, West Springfield, MA

West Falmouth Public Library, West Falmouth, MA

Family Justice Center, Boston, MA

 

EDUCATION

Kennett High School, Conway New Hampshire

Daniel Webster Elementary School, Marshfield, MA

The Eames Way Elementary School, Marshfield, MA

The Coburn Elementary School, West Springfield, MA

Neighborhood Charter School, Dorchester, MA

Mass College of Liberal Arts, North Adams, MA

Hoosic Hall, Dormitories

Mark Hopkins Hall

RAILROAD STEAM TRAIN FACILITIES

Age of Steam Roundhouse, Sugarcreek, OH

Valley Railroad Company, Essex Steam Train, Essex, CT

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

The University Museum houses several museums

Peabody Museum of Archeology & Ethnology 

            Harvard Museum of Natural History

            Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology

            The Mineralogical & Geological Museum 

        Harvard Hall

        University Hall

University Hall, designed by Bulfinch and built in 1815, contained the Commons Dining Room until 1849. It is built out of white granite cut at the Charlestown Prison, making it Harvard's first stone building.

The building originally held the dining room, a library and a chapel but over the years all have been repartitioned into classrooms. It also holds the administrative offices of the faculty of arts and sciences. 

In 1884 Daniel Chester French's statue of John Harvard was placed in front of the western facade of the building. The statue is the only one in Harvard Yard, making it a common place for students to meet. It is tradition to rub the statue's shoes for luck when you pass it. 

The statue is often called the "Statue of Three Lies," as depicted in the film "The Social Network." French had no way of knowing Harvard's features, so he used a student as a model—the first lie. The second lie is that Harvard founded the school—he was a major contributor, not a founder. The last lie is that the school was founded in 1638; the actual date was 1636.

Hollis Hall

Hollis Hall was built in 1763 and is one of the oldest buildings at Harvard. Like Massachusetts Hall, it was used to house many of George Washington's soldiers during the Revolutionary War.

Hollis was home to some of Harvard's most famous alumni, including Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Wendell Phillips, Charles Francis Adams, John Updike, Charles Sumner, William Weld, Horatio Alger, Jim Cramer and Charles W. Eliot, a past president of Harvard.

Hollis Hall is the oldest Harvard building still used as a dormitory. Look for a bronze plate on the building that tells its history.

 

Stoughton Hall

The original Stoughton Hall was built in 1700 at a different location through funds from William Stoughton, the Massachusetts lieutenant governor who presided over the Salem witch trials. The original Stoughton Hall was constructed out of bricks from the Indian College building, which was abandoned in 1698 after it graduated just one Native American in 1665, a Wampanoag named Caleb Cheeshahteaumuck. The original Stoughton Hall was torn down in 1781. 

The new Stoughton Hall standing before you was built in 1805 and houses freshman. Past famous residents of this hall include Horatio Alger, Oliver Wendell Holmes, actress Amy Brenneman ("NYPD Blue," "Judging Amy"), Edward Everett (city named after him), Arne Duncan (current U.S. secretary of education) and Paul Attanasio (executive producer of the TV show "House")

        Lyman Laboratory of Physics

        Jefferson Laboratory

        Pound Hall, Harvard Law School

        Littauer Center of Public Administration

Built in 1939, this building was once the home of the Harvard Kennedy School. It now houses the government and economics departments as well as the graduate school of public administration.

Until 2007 the building also held the Littauer Library but it has been relocated and replaced by the Fine Art Library on the first floor. The Fine Arts Library is a wonderful resource for Harvard Students to study the history of art with more than 1 million items in its space.

In 1874 Harvard named its first professor of art history and when the Fogg Museum opened in 1895 the collection of art holdings was part of its mission. The Littauer Center is built out of the same white granite used for University Hall.

        Paine Music Building

        Divinity Hall, Harvard Divinity School

        William James Hall

        Wadsworth House Build in 1720

The Elizabeth Cary Agassiz House at Radcliffe College

 

MULTI-FAMILY-PUBLIC HOUSING

 Cambridge Housing Authority-Cambridge, MA

    Washington Elms

    Corcoran Park

    Willow Street

    River Howard

  

Woburn Housing Authority- Woburn, MA

    One Liberty Place

Hull Housing Authority- Hull, MA

     Central Ave

     C & D Street

Boston Housing Authority- Boston, MA

    Torre Unidad, South End

           196 apartments in eighteen story high rise building

    Walnut Park at Egleston Square

            168 apartments in a unique round-shaped twenty story high rise building

    Rockland Towers, West Roxbury

              72 apartment in a mid-rise four story building

   Melrose Housing Authority, Melrose, MA        

    

Green District Allston, MA

The Element Apartments (Gold Leed Certified)

The Edge Apartments (Platinum Leed Certified)

The Icon/Eco (Platinum Leed Certified)

 

Charles River Park, Boston, MA    

    One Emerson Place Apartments    

    Ten Emerson Place Apartments    

    One Longfellow Place Apartments    

    Four Longfellow Place Apartments    

    Two Hawthorne Place Condominiums    

    Nine Hawthorne Place Condominiums    

 

Little Building, Converted to Emerson College Dormitories

Ten West Street, Converted to Suffolk University Dormitories

42 Chauncy Street, Condominium, Boston, MA    

Washington Street, Condominium, Boston, MA

450 Dorchester Ave., Condominium, Boston, MA

One India Street, Corporate Housing, Boston, MA

Keystone Apartments, Dorchester, MA

Savin Hill Apartments, Dorchester, MA

 

Commercial

Gillette K Building, South Boston

 

Municipal

    Town of Marshfield

        Daniel Webster Elementary School, Marshfield, MA

        The Eames Way Elementary School Marshfield, MA

        The Coburn Elementary School, West Springfield, MA

 

Mill Buildings

    Hudson Mill, Hudson, MA

    Assabet Woolen Mill, for Digital Equipment, Maynard, MA 

 

Commercial High-Rise Buildings

    One India Street

    15 Broad Street

    100 State Street

    4 or 5 Buildings on State & Beacon Street

    40 Broad Street