Harold C. Smith Learning Commons, Springfield College
Harold C. Smith Learning Commons
Formerly known as the Babson Library, the 57,000 GSF facility received significant renovations, including a new entranceway and rebuilding of the south main facade.

  • Completion date: 2018
  • Architect: ICON Architecture
90 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge MA
The Harvard University Library building occupies four levels above grade and two below, totaling 30,000 GSF. The LEED gold-rated building also features a geothermal HVAC system.

  • Completion date: 2005
  • Construction cost: 12 million USD
  • Architect: Leers Weinzapfel Associates Architects Inc.
American Bureau of Shipping Information Commons
American Bureau of Shipping Information Commons
The ABSIC building is a new 41,700 GSF library complex at Massachusetts Maritime Academy. It contains over 50 public computers with over half a million online books and journals, and features a full-scale mission bridge simulator.

  • Completion date: 2011
  • Construction cost: 25 million USD
  • Architect: Perry Dean Rogers & Partners
Ames Library, Illinois Wesleyan University
Located on the University's south side, the 103,000 GSF building has 5 floors of study space with a large 1st floor auditorium. It features gable roofs, with a cylindrical stone drum protruding above the cross gable in the middle of the roof.

  • Completion date: 2002
  • Construction cost: 16 million USD
  • Architect: Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Associates
Boston Public Library
Allston Branch of the Boston Public Library
The new Allston branch of the BPL features an efficient steel framing system with steel open-web joists for much of the roof area.

  • Completion date: 2000
  • Construction cost: 6.4 million USD
  • Architect: Machado & Silvetti Associates
Harrington Learning Center, Quinsigamond Community College
This three-story 54,000 GSF building is a complete learning resource center with computers, conference areas, study and meeting spaces.

  • Completion date: 2003
  • Construction cost: 9 million USD
  • Architect: Einhorn Yaffee Prescott