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Lyceum Competition Announces 2017 Winner

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The Lyceum Fellowship named Joshua Antolovic of the University of Cincinnati as the winner of its 2017 design competition, co-chaired by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien. His prize includes a $12 thousand grant for four months of travel abroad, affording him the opportunity to experience firsthand...

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BuildBPS 10-Year Educational and Facilities Master Plan

BuildBPS Is Launched

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The first of March marked the official launch of the BuildBPS initiative to transform the educational landscape of Boston Public Schools. A 10-year educational and facilities master plan, BuildBPS is a comprehensive, living document that seeks to guide capital investments for the City and District...

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Babson College Boston Entrepreneur Center

Babson College Cuts Ribbon at Boston Location

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Babson College recently cut the ribbon at its new Downtown Boston location, ceremonially marking the grand opening of its 9,000-square-foot, SMMA-designed Babson Boston space. Occupying a prime spot in the Financial District, the new, multi-level site serves as an urban extension of the main...

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321 Harrison Avenue Approved by BCDC, BRA

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Members of Boston's Civic Design Commission and Redevelopment Authority recently voted in unanimous support of SMMA's 321 Harrison Avenue project, marking a critical step forward on the path to construction. The project comprises eight stories of offices atop an existing three-level parking garage...

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The Project That Keeps On Giving

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Swampscott High School is a project that stands out in SMMA’s portfolio of successful K-12 designs—it incorporates numerous elements of sustainable thinking, takes advantage of existing natural site features, and blends contextually into the cultural fabric of the Town. It was also completed nearly...

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Two RI Schools with SMMA Ties Named Blue Ribbon Winners

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SMMA is happy to congratulate our friends at Rhode Island's Archie R. Cole Middle School (East Greenwich) and Francis J. Varieur Elementary School (Pawtucket) on being named among 2015’s National Blue Ribbon Schools (NBRS) Award winners by the U.S. Department of Education.

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SMMA Rendering of Providence College School of Business

Providence College Breaks Ground on New School of Business Building

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Providence College recently took a firm step forward in its mission to educate and inspire the economic and business leaders of tomorrow, breaking ground on the Arthur F. & Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies. The facility marks the latest collaboration between the College and designer...

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New Era of Educational Facility Excellence in Boston Begins

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Yesterday marked a historic day for the City of Boston and the future of its public schools. With the goal of providing the children of our world-class city with world-class educations, Mayor Marty Walsh and Superintendent Tommy Chang kicked off Build BPS, a 10-year Educational and Facilities...

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WPI Field Featured on WCVB ‘Chronicle’

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SMMA's design for an athletic field atop a parking garage at Worcester Polytechnic Institute was featured on WCVB's (Channel 5 in Boston) "Chronicle" news magazine.

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Gala Celebrates Opening of Schneider Arena

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On the occasion of the first game of the women's hockey team at Providence College, there will be a gala event on the evening of Friday, September 27, to celebrate the grand reopening of Schneider Arena. The extensive new three-story addition to the existing hockey arena, designed by SMMA, included...

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