No Gas. No Fuels. No Emissions. Boston University, Center for Computing and Data Sciences by KPMB

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Project team
Bruce Kuwabara (design partner), Marianne McKenna (partner-in-charge), Luigi LaRocca (founding principal), Paulo Rocha (design partner), Lucy Timbers (senior associate, project manager), David Smythe (senior associate), Kael Opie (senior associate), Tyler Loewen (associate), Melissa Ng (associate), Matt Krivosudsky (associate), Tyler Hall, Amin Monsefi, Victor Garzon, Samantha Hart, Nicholas Wong, Olivia di Filice, Jason Chang, Fotini Pitoglou, Carolyn Lee (senior associate), Kayley Mullings, Arminé Tadevosyan.
Competition team
Bruce Kuwabara, Marianne McKenna, Luigi LaRocca, Paulo Rocha, Kevin Bridgman, Joy Charbonneau, Claire Kurtin, Joe Kan, Ramin Yamin.
BR+A Consulting Engineers (MEP,IT), Entuitive + LeMessurier Consultants (structural), Entuitive (building envelope), Turner & Townsend (cost), Richard Burck Associates Inc. (landscape), Dot Dash (lighting), Transsolar (climate engineering), The Green Engineer (LEED), Nitsch Engineering Inc (civil), Soberman Engineering (elevator), Jensen Hughes (fire and life safety, accessibility), Haley & Aldrich (geotechnical, geotheramal), Acentech (acoustics/a.v.), RWDI Inc (environmental engineers), Learch Bates (façade access), Robbie McCabe Consulting (hardware), Ricca Design Studios (food services), Entro Communications (signage), Brian Ballantyne Specifications (specifications).
32,052 m² / 345,000 ft².
Dimensions Dimensiones
19 stories. 92 metres (305 feet tall).
Competition.- 2012.
Project completed.- 2018.
Start construction.- 2020.
Construction completed.- 05 December 2022.
Boston University Center for Computing & Data Sciences. 665 Commonwealth Avenue Ave. Boston, MA 02215, USA.
Tom Arban. Cydney Scott. Janice Checchio.

Bruce Kuwabara, Marianne McKenna, Shirley Blumberg. KPMB Architects

KPMB Architects. Established in 1987, KPMB is an internationally recognized architectural practice based in Canada. Their wide-ranging work has earned over 400 respected awards, including 18 Governor General’s Medals, Canada’s highest honour. Their founding partners, Bruce Kuwabara, Marianne McKenna and Shirley Blumberg, have all received the Order of Canada for their personal achievements and for KPMB’s collective contributions to improving people’s lives through the built environment. In 2021, they expanded their team, including the appointment of seven new partners: Kevin Bridgman, Steven Casey, Phyllis Crawford, Andrew Dyke, Mitchell Hall, Paulo Rocha and Bruno Weber.

The firm's 150 professionals form interdisciplinary teams to develop innovative and regenerative project solutions that meet client needs and address the major challenges of our time. Guided by its vision and anchored in its values, the firm is committed to shaping a more equitable and sustainable future through architecture and design.



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