This exciting facility was designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects with Buro Happold Consulting Engineers.
Designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, the facility includes a conventional 1,000 seat theater, a 400 seat black box theater, a concert shell and forestage lift, and full flying systems for scenery.
As part of Northfield Mount Hermon School's plan to consolidate onto one campus, the Rhodes Arts Center incorporates all aspects of the visual and performing arts into one centrally located venue.
The Memorial Bridge is a 1500-ft landmark bridge that carries nearly 25,000 vehicles a day. The challenges for this complex reconstruction project included a demanding schedule, logistical constraints, and road and river hazards on a bridge that had to remain open throughout the project.
Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Steven Holl, this facility not only breaks new ground using innovative construction methods and technology developed by DOC, but it required a fast-track schedule to guarantee completion for Fall 2002 occupancy.
The new U.S. Federal Courthouse, designed by Moshe Safdie, forms a spiraling crescent around ancient Cooper Beech and Linden trees original to the site. A colonnaded entry pavilion leads to a curved colonnade for pedestrians and the grand stair, which leads to the courtrooms on the building's third public level.