February 15, 2022

SGH Projects Win at BSA Design Awards

SGH Projects Win at BSA Design Awards

The Boston Society for Architecture (BSA) recently honored multiple Simpson Gumpertz & Heger (SGH) projects as winners in their 2021 BSA Design Awards program. As the Boston-based chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA)—the BSA gives these awards to “celebrate exemplary projects designed by and for our community that represent excellent design work, collaboration across disciplines, and investment from committed clients.”

SGH is proud to work alongside our architect and client partners to contribute multidisciplinary engineering services to these projects.

Project Award Architect Partner
Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion, Boston, MA 2021 Harleston Parker Medal: Finalist Utile, Inc.
Fitchburg City Hall, Fitchburg, MA Accessible Design: Citation – Thomas P. Hopkins Memorial Award ICON Architecture
Hayden Library, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA Design Excellence: Citation

Accessible Design: Award

Higher Education Facilities Design: Citation

Kennedy & Violich Architecture
Lowell Justice Center, Lowell, MA Accessible Design: Award Finegold Alexander Architects
New Science Center, Amherst College, Amherst, MA Higher Education Facilities: Award Payette
Roxbury Branch of the Boston Public Library, Roxbury, MA Sustainable Design: Award Utile, Inc.
Science and Engineering Complex, Tufts University, Medford, MA Sustainable Design: Honor Payette
Student Learning Commons at Springfield Technical Community College, Springfield, MA Higher Education Facilities Design: Honor Ann Beha Architects
The Little Building, Emerson College, Boston, MA Design Excellence: Award Elkus Manfredi Architects

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