Harvard – HBS Faculty and Administrative Office Building – Massachusetts - Project Profile
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Harvard University (Harvard) is planning to undertake the office Building project in Massachusetts, the USA.
The project involves the construction of a four-story, 10,219m2 faculty and administrative office building. It includes the construction of staff rooms, dining facilities, office space, classrooms, and related facilities.
Ayers Saint Gross has been appointed as the master planner, and CDM Smith as the civil engineer for the project.
Reed Hilderbrand has been appointed as landscape architect, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc., as transportation and parking consultant and Goulston & Storrs as real estate legal counseling firm.
In October 2013, Harvard received initial planning approval for the project.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a 10,219m2, four-story faculty and administrative office building in Allston, Massachusetts, the US.
The US$70 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of staff rooms
2. Construction of dining facilities
3. Construction of administrative space
4. Construction of office space
5. Construction of classrooms
6. Construction of related facilitiesReasons To Buy
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