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  • Aldrich Hall/ Harvard Business School

    Aldrich Hall is a 102,825-square-foot (9552-m2) classroom for Harvard Business School’s MBA program. The building completed a three-phase gut renovation in September 2006, which provided the opportunity to green the building and led to a LEED for New Construction Silver certification from the...

  • Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center/ 34 Oak St.

    This 40,000-square-foot (3716-m2) building serves as a community center with support services, including a day-care center. It achieved LEED for Commercial Interiors Silver certification from the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council. Green attributes include energy and water savings...

  • Boston Children's Museum/ 300 Congress St.

    During its renovation and expansion, the Boston Children’s Museum used recycled and rapidly renewable materials, as well as added a green roof, storm-water-reclamation system, and real-time heating and cooling controls.

  • Third Sector New England/ 89 South St., Suite 700

    Third Sector New England, or TSNE, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the Boston area’s nonprofit community.

  • One Beacon St.

    Set atop Beacon Hill, this 37-story office building focuses on environmentally sound initiatives to reduce operating costs while maintaining tenant comfort.

  • SBRA East Office Building/ 2 Seaport Lane

    The SBRA office received LEED for Commercial Interiors Silver certification from the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council in February 2007.

  • Massachusetts Advocates Carbon-Neutral Construction

    Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick (D) addressed the Greenfield, Mass.-based Northeast Sustainable Energy Association’s annual conference and called on the assembled architects, designers, consultants, energy-service providers and contractors to help Massachusetts drive its expectations not up, but...

  • 150 Boylston St.

    The Piano Row Residence Hall, Student Center and Athletic Facility concentrates three vital components of student life in one structure that complements the urban character of the street.

  • 330 Stuart St.

    Base building renovations for this 9-story building included core redesign and lobby renovation and upgrades.

  • Allsteel Resource Center

    Overlooking the Quincy Market, Allsteel’s showroom includes a reception area and showrooms and offices for Allsteel and its sister company, Gunlocke.