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  • 1. experience: firm overviewarchitecture | interior design | planning | 200 high street | boston, ma 02110 | t.617.443.0680 | f.617.443.0689 | www.sga-arch.com
  • 2. leadership through experienceSpagnolo Gisness & Associates Inc. (SG&A) has a proven track record withmajor international corporations, development firms and institutions. As a full service we always engagearchitectural, interior design, and planning firm, SG&A is built around a strong design our clients so that theyculture that is truly client inclusive. We use state-of the-art tools and technologies to understand and agreeimprove communication and enhance team collaborations because it always translates with both the processinto time and money saved. SG&A has structured our entire organization and each and the results.project-specific design team to provide you with focused design expertise, exceptionalvalue, and most importantly, trusted service.Our design portfolio includes over 31 millionsquare feet of successful, innovative Consistently ranked in theprojects encompassing numerous complex Top 25 of the Boston Businessbase building and interior design programs. Journal’s Book of Lists:With 80% of our clients returning with repeat Interior Design Firmsbusiness, SG&A’s success is based uponour ability to manage sophisticated design Consistently ranked in theprograms of all sizes and types for world-class Top 35 of the Boston Businessclients throughout the northeast region. Journal’s Book of Lists: Area’s Largest Architecture Firms
  • 3. contents Why We’re Unique 7Innovation 11Sustainability + TechnologyOffice Building Experience 15ING Regional HQ | Reservoir Woods | ISO New England | Quorum WaySun Financial | Viega USAInterior Design Experience 33PUMA North American HQ | VistaPrint Worldwide HQ | Cumberland Farms/Gulf Oile-Dialog | ING Real Estate | Viega USA | Corporate HQ | ACME Packet | Communispace Mixed-Use Experience 57GTECH Center | Yale New Haven Hospital | One Brigham Circle | Victory SquareArborpoint at Woodland Station | Dyer Street | Salisbury BeachHigher Education Experience 75Emmanuel College: Julie Hall, Marian Hall | UMass Dartmouth: ATMCTufts University: Packard Hall, Wildlife Clinic | Brewster AcademyWentworth Institute of Technology | Stonehill College Firm Leadership 97Founding Partners | Principals | Directors
  • 4. [why we’re unique]7 | Experience: Firm Overview
  • 5. client team responsiveness collaboration creativity communication balanced approach Everything we do at SG&A provides measurable value to our clients – or we don’t do it. Whether it is a private college, law firm, or internet start-up, we always strive to understand the vision, mission, culture, and operation for each organization we work with. It is this “intellectual capital” related to our understanding of our client’s goals for their entire organization, not just their goals for real estate and facilities performance, that provides great value. And how we use that information to turn the every day into extraordinary is what sets SG&A designs apart from the competition.8 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 9
  • 6. [innovation] Experience: Firm Overview | 11
  • 7. With over 50% LEED accredited professionals in-house, SG&A has successfully created green design solutions for a multitude of clients including: NGrid Operations Center sustainability Northborough, MA | LEED-CI Gold Certification bim [building information modeling] Yale New Haven Hospital Mixed-Use Development LEEDing the way New Haven, CT | LEED Silver Anticipated Seeing is Believing : BIM & 3D Visualization As an award winning, New England design firm, SG&A is Northeastern University, Kostas Research Institute SG&A is committed to improving design processes and client committed to exploring sensible, sustainable strategies tailored Burlington, MA | LEED Gold Anticipated interactions through the use of building information modeling to our clients’ goals on all of our projects. We look forward to ISO New England Headquarters, (BIM) technology. BIM is the creation and use of coordinated, working with the your project team to review the sustainability Holyoke, MA | LEED Gold Certification consistent, computable information about a building project opportunities for this project, including LEED certification United States Coast Guard, R&D Facility that yields reliable digital representations of the building in if requested. Regardless of whether you choose to apply for Ft. Trumbull, CT | LEED Silver Certification both two dimensional and three dimensional representations LEED certification or not, SG&A will provide you with as NStar, Corporate Headquarters used for design decision-making, production of high-quality sustainable a project as possible given the schedule, budget and Westwood, MA | LEED EB Gold construction documents, clash detection, performance existing base building limitations. ING Northeast Regional Headquarters Windsor, CT predictions, cost-estimating, construction planning, and | 2008 CT Climate Change Leadership Award facilities management. We are embracing this new technology Viega, Training Facility Nashua, NH and becoming a leader in our local design community with the 2007 IIDA NE Best Sustainable Design implementation of Autodesk Revit, a BIM software program. Tufts University, Wildlife Center Grafton, MA | natural light and sustainable materials lines objects models Richmond Square Providence, RI | living green roof and runoff system Hammond Pond Parkway Newton, MA LEED Silver Anticipated 100 Burlington Center Burlington, MA LEED Silver Anticipated12 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 13
  • 8. [office buildings] Experience: Firm Overview | 15
  • 9. MIT InvestmenT Co.| ING Real Estate | ALSTOM Power Vision. Mission. Culture. Operation. It is what makes every client unique. And, every SG&A reservoir woods | The MathWorks | Computer Assoc. building design uniquely responsive. Extel Development Co. | ISO New England | Instron NSTAR | QUorum Way | Taurus Investments | Liberty Mutual So much happens inside the contemporary office building And, we know that it can improve team work, communication during today’s fast-paced world of work. First impressions, and collaboration among the five generations working together | Lucent Technologies | MITRE Corporation | Sun Financial receiving visitors, maintaining security, taking calls, expressing under the same roof for the first time in modern history. And, Oracle | Palomar | Viega | Staples | US Coast Guard | Vicor corporate brand, providing comfort, safety and even some light we have proof that it can improve the bottom line by being refreshment = and you haven’t gotten passed the lobby yet! more energy efficient. We have learned over the years that a poorly designed building The results are in ...don’t take it from us, ask our clients. might not hinder a truly innovative company with lots of big ideas - think computer giant and the home office in the garage We strive for the best in design. We know our design is at - but a well-designed building can sure improve efficiency, its best when it helps you to do your best. productivity, and retention of your best employees.16 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 17
  • 10. ING real estate* Windsor, CT your future. made easier. project type: Retirement Services Headquarters area: 485,000 Square Feet Known for its clever branding, knowledgeable staff and dynamic approach to financial services, ING’s new Northeast Headquarters takes into account all this about ING and more. The result? The SG&A and ING team developed an exceptional environment that is operationally, technologically and aesthetically ahead of the game. * 2008 Climate Change Leadership Award Winner *18 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 19
  • 11. 225 binney street Cambridge, MA project type: Life Science/Corporate Office area: 420,000 Square Feet The first build-to-suit life sciences development at Alexandria Center Kendall Square in Cambridge, MA will represent the world headquarters of Biogen Idec. The six story building will be LEED certified employing state-of-the-art design and technology. The innovative design will be a transformative development in East Cambridge reknitting the urban fabric in the heart of the world renowned Kendall Square district. Three historic structures on the site will be restored and fully integrated into the 21st-Century concept. Active urban spaces will enliven the experience at the entrance to the glass enclosed pavilion. Urban courtyards will enhance the building’s massing and provide employees with outdoor meeting and recreation opportunities. Residents will be encouraged to enjoy the new urban setting planned adjacent to the community lab facility. The dramatic exterior facade features an assemblage of materials including high performance glass, terra cotta tiles, rain screen comprised of recycled content and architectural metals. The Biogen Idec headquarters building will create design diversity and a new dynamic at the epicenter of Cambridge’s life science community.20 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 21
  • 12. palomar medical technologies Burlington, MA light and beauty project type: R&D, Manufacturing & Office area: 120,000 Square Feet The 1st floor of the new 120,000 sf corporate headquarters building accommodates all of Palomar’s manufacturing operations. It creates a significantly greater level of synergy as well as highly improved operational efficiency. In the manufacturing facility, a power busway system was provided to distribute 120/208v, 60Hz and 120/240v, 50Hz power to the product assembly area. This system allows power to be supplied to the assembly work benches through flexible drop cords where needed. The 2nd floor is dedicated to labs and R&D functions with associated office space. Labs were furnished with receptacles to supply 240v, 50 Hz power in addition to the standard 120 volt power. Each lab is provided with dedicated electrical circuits, isolating power to each lab space. A gaseous hydrogen system feeds the diode lab. The system is comprised of ultra-high purity double containment, orbitally-welded stainless steel piping with a leak monitoring system which shuts down the system at the manifold if there is a breach of the primary (interior) piping.22 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 23
  • 13. reservoir woods Waltham, MA premier office project type: Mixed-Use Class “A” Office Space area: 450,000 Square Feet Reservoir Woods is the renovation of Polaroid’s 1968 manufacturing plant into a Premier Class “A” office building located at 920 Winter Street in the heart of Waltham’s Class “A” Office Building market. A clean, contemporary approach was incorporated into the exterior design which takes advantage of the generous floor to floor heights and tenant flexibility to provide for increased fenestration. The program includes a 41,000 SF central lobby and amenity center which includes entries into the individual wings. Each wing of the project is designed to function as separate “stand alone buildings” while maintaining a connection to the main lobby and amenity center.24 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 25
  • 14. iso new england Holyoke, MA striking gold project type: Commercial Office area: 160,000 Square Feet ISO New England recently became the first Commercial Corporate Headquarters to receive LEED Gold Certification in New England. Containing a 90,000 s.f. precast and curtain wall building with a connector bridge to a 60,000 s.f. renovation of their existing facility, the building includes office space, a 7,000 s.f. computer room and a 5,000 s.f. 2 story Control room to monitor New England’s power grid. The renovated building includes a 5,000 s.f. addition for a new entrance lobby and conference space as well as a full service cafeteria and office space.26 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 27
  • 15. quorum way Chelmsford, MA bay state expansion project type: Corporate Center area: 270,000 Square Feet The 26 acre site in Chelmsford provides the Lisle, Illinois based telecom- munications company with an attractive corporate campus environment for its Bay State expansion. The master plan features two three-story Class A office buildings totalling 270,000 s.f. Tellabs plans to employ 1,000 employees at the heavily wooded site bordering a state park. The access drive from Mill Road is flanked by natural vegetation on both sides, while extensive landscaping creates a park like environment. The greenery extends to dramatic entrance towers which are detailed with an architectural cantilevered cornice clad in contemporary glass and metal finishes. Boldly sited, the buildings are designed to project an image that expresses community. The interior features a dramatic two-story lobby finished in clear maple, glass and New England slate. The facilities house a fitness center, cafeteria, data operations and laboratories. The interior of each wing is efficiently designed with long span bays and 120’ depths maximizing exposure to natural light and allowing maximum flexibility.28 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 29
  • 16. sun financial Wellesley, MA neighborhood relations project type: Commercial Offices area: 125,000 Square Feet The Sun Financial site master plan and building design in Wellesley Hills is the result of a collaborative team effort involving the client, architect and community. Through intense regulatory and neighborhood focus group meetings, SG&A created a design that provides the necessary buffer separation between the commercial use and the long established residential area. The master plan involved the redesign of the entire campus including a housing component of nine new residences along the western edge of the site. Extensive berms, landscape features and a two acre conservation area provide an environmentally responsible solution to Sun Financial’s expansion program.30 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 31
  • 17. viega usa* Nashua, NH illuminating innovation project type: Class “A” Office and Training Space area: Office - 20,000 Square Feet, Training Building - 14,000 Square Feet Spagnolo Gisness & Associates, Inc. designed the new office facility and training building for Viega in Nashua, NH. The exterior envelope of both buildings provides an innovative, contemporary design incorporat- ing creative exterior materials. The buildings are clad in a Terracotta Rain Screen tile manufactured in Germany as well as a composite metal panel * 2007 IIDA NE Award Winner: Sustainable Design * rain screen, glass curtain wall and clear Low-E glazing. The facilities utilize many of Viega’s products including a radiant snow melting system in the entry walk-way.32 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 33
  • 18. cubist pharmaceuticals Lexington, MA shaping the future project type: Corporate Campus Expansion area: 110,000 Square Feet With schematic design complete, the current concept is focused on the vertical building addition and a new parking garage. The existing 90,000 sf facility is being expanded by two floors, to approximately 200,000 sf. The building functions are anticipated to be a blend of chemistry and biology lab/offices as well as an expanded ground floor vivarium. A multi-story “atrium” space is also envisioned as the link between the South Building and the vertical expansion on the North Building. A new main entrance will be created on the existing second floor level and the old lower level entrance driveway will be converted into an outdoor courtyard for employees. SG&A is the core and shell architect.34 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 35
  • 19. [interior design] Experience: Firm Overview | 37
  • 20. Nordic Properties | PUMA | Osram/Sylvania | Keurig | Staples SG&A is uniquely qualified to deliver the experience, resources and services needed to provide solutions, to vistaprint | Dunkin’ Brands | Aspect Medical | Computer meet your challenges and exceed your expectations. Associates | Excelsior Restaurant | cumberland farms/ Gulf oil | Comverse | CVS Pharmacy | e-dialog | Dynamic Although we have a particular affinity for working with Our work is inspired and informed by the unique ambitions of companies and organizations that are “on the move” that each client and, because each client is different, our response is Research Corporation | Grill 23 | ing | MIT Tech Square is where the similarity between our clients end. Whether distinct each and every time. Our creativity is enhanced, never Oracle | viega | Retail Convergence/Smart Bargains they are healthcare service providers, research organizations, hampered, by the realities of aggressive schedules and tight Saucony | Robert Half | Vicor | Wildfire | ALSTOM power manufacturers, software engineers, defense contractors or law budgets. Codes, statutes, financial goals and scheduling needs firms and whether they are going commercial, going public or are at the core of all we plan, all we design. going international, our design teams create environments that work best for each unique company and respond accordingly to what they do and how they do it.38 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 39
  • 21. PUMA Westford, MA sportlifestyle passion project type: Corporate Headquarters area: 120,000 Square Feet Where PUMA uses style, originality and wit as its product blueprints, SG&A uses these same founding principles to create the cornerstones of PUMA’s new home. Clients, visitors and employees now experience the distinctly PUMA sense of place carried from the entry driveway to the lobby and throughout the building, expressing the sportslifestyle way to live, work and play PUMA.40 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 41
  • 22. vistaprint Lexington, MA employer of choice project type: Worldwide Headquarters area: 140,000 Square Feet Everything VistaPrint does is imbued with its corporate philosophy. Recognizing this, the SG&A team created a flexible environment that not only allows free and open communication, but also one that stands at the heart of everything VistaPrint is and does. To reach this goal the team utilized inspiration from the printing industry to exhibit and illustrate the client’s brand. VistaPrint’s new headquarters personifies all that makes the company a world leader while its vibrant design focuses and reinforces its branded identity on a world-wide scale.42 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 43
  • 23. retail convergence* * 2010 CORENet Best Project of the Year (< 50,000 sf) * Boston, MA * 2010 IFMA Boston Chapter Award of Excellence Winner * fashion forward project type: Corporate Office area: 30,000 Square Feet As a young, growing e-commerce company, Retail Convergence simply has a buzz about it. With Smart Bargains and Rue La La as subsidiaries, its convergence of high-value retail and technology has a knack for providing designer goods for less. Working closely with the client, the SG&A design team transformed an existing row of century old mill buildings into the contemporary, active office space Retail Convergence needs. Always with an eye toward the budget, the design utilizes contemporary building materials within the “brick and beam”, open floor plan to make the space “pop” with a sense of retail chic. Innovative multi-media web displays at the monumental stair allows employees to keep pace with the ever changing worlds of fashion, technology, media and e-commerce.44 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 45
  • 24. axis communications Chelmsford, MA surveillance + exposure project type: Corporate Headquarters area: 50,000 Square Feet As the world’s leading expert in network video, Axis Communications’ new US headquarters is comprised of two primary space types: an open, collaborative office zone for their internal team and an executive business center for visitors and clients. The environment features access to natural light, and reflects the clean lines and sophistication of the company’s global headquarters in Sweden. Collaborative “fire side chat” zones pop with sculptural lighting and bright furnishings while accent paint on carpet tiles become a life size measurement device for testing equipment by the lab. The concepts of surveillance and exposure were carried throughout the space through key elements such as built-in security cameras and product installations as well as full height orange glass panels that slice through walls, exposing activity beyond.46 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 47
  • 25. cumberland farms | gulf oil Framingham, MA everyday good project type: Corporate Office Headquarters area: 120,000 Square Feet As a nationally recognized company with 900 retail stores, gas stations and support systems across the U.S, Cumberland Farms and subsidiary, Gulf Oil, are known for providing consistent convenience and value. SG&A team collaborated with Cumberland Farms and Gulf Oil to create a new, unified environment for the two sister companies that delivers the same quality and value they both stand for. Together with mixed branding elements from each firm’s history displayed throughout the space, the renovated building conveys the cohesive dynamic between the two distinct brands, encouraging teamwork and increased productivity for years to come.48 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 49
  • 26. e-dialog precisely passionate Burlington, MA project type: Corporate Office Headquarters area: 42,000 Square Feet As an internet advertising company that provides service to giants like TJX and the NFL, e-Dialog’s young, energetic staff bring their client’s marketing ROI to new heights. The company’s vibrant and contemporary new offices are all about e-Dialog’s 325 Generation X employees. This 21st century environment combines open and private offices, conference rooms, collaborative spaces, huddle areas and atrium cafe to provide just the right mix of function and utility to meet e-Dialog’s goals for enhanced inter-department communication and collaboration - without breaking the budget50 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 51
  • 27. ING real estate* Windsor, CT your future. made easier. project type: Retirement Services Headquarters area: 485,000 Square Feet Known for its clever branding, knowledgeable staff and dynamic approach to financial services, ING’s new Northeast Headquarters takes into account all this about ING and more. The result? The SG&A and ING team developed an exceptional environment that is operationally, technologically and aesthetically ahead of the game. * 2008 Climate Change Leadership Award Winner *52 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 53
  • 28. viega USA* Nashua, NH illuminating innovation project type: Regional Corporate Headquarters, Training Center area: 18,000 Square Feet German owned, Viega USA’s radiant heating and cooling system solutions were “green” to begin with. Running with this, the SG&A team worked with Viega to create an ideal backdrop for its environmentally responsible products and capabilities. With working products showcased throughout the space and subtle use of simple, clean materials, Viega’s new headquarters is truly appealing, educational and exceptional.54 | Experience: Firm Overview * 2007 IIDA NE Award Winner: Sustainable Design * Experience: Firm Overview | 55
  • 29. corporate headquarters design discovery project type: Office Building area: 60,000 Square Feet SG&A’s design for this 60,000 square foot Corporate Headquarters includes executive offices, a 2000 sf boardroom, conference rooms, catering kitchen and other support space. The two story curved glass entry to the building marks a new image for the client as they relocated functions once served by an existing 1 ½ story wood frame structure on campus. International and local clients as well as potential partners now appreciate and understand this organization’s world-class stature and sophisticated approach to its service offerings and cutting edge research work.56 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 57
  • 30. acme packet Bedford, MA first class brand project type: Corporate Office Building area: 100,000 Square Feet The SG&A design team provided focus on both redefining Acme’s brand identity as well as incorporating that identity into the built environment. The environmental branding created by the team reflects and supports the company’s commitment to its staff and corporate customers. We identified the key messages to infuse into the workplace and communicated those through the use of finishes, materials, colors, environmental graphics, ancillary seating and special lighting. This new office facility provides an opportunity for visitors to experience Acme’s corporate vision and values as well as manufacturing and lab operations. At the same time, the environment reiterates to its employees that they are a part of a collaborative team within a “mature, but entrepreneurial” hi-tech company.58 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 59
  • 31. communispace Boston, MA communities, connections, + customers project type: Corporate Headquarters area: 80,000 Square Feet SG&A is currently creating a new facility for approximately 600 people and 80,000 sf of space on two floors in the “new “ Russia Wharf building in Boston. Communispace’s work environment is open, energetic and collaborative. There are no hard walled offices and all employees, including senior management, sit in open workstations. Much of the work is accomplished through team effort, both online, through video conference and in person, supported by a higher than usual number of conference rooms, training rooms and soft seating areas. Circulation paths and corridors are also generous. Creating the right kind of team collaboration space is critical to the company’s operations and success.60 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 61
  • 32. black duck software Burlington, MA we space v. me space project type: Corporate Headquarters area: 30,000 Square Feet Black Duck Software’s new office space is all about the employees. Finishes, furnishings, color, and graphics became the perfect platform to express the duality of their brand and its personality. In an effort to encourage collaboration and foster a sense of community, the design team carefully strategized the balance of “we space” versus “me space.” By co-locating the game room, café and meeting areas with the main reception zone, SG&A was able to provide a centralized hub of activity for breaks, collaboration and dining. To balance the focused nature of their engineers’ work with the fun and playful personality of their brand culture, interactive display shelves backed with nature photography became a home for their signature rubber duckies. Similarly, custom wallcoverings encrypt a clever story about the company’s history with a stream of binary code.62 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 63
  • 33. [mixed-use] Experience: Firm Overview | 65
  • 34. Atlantis Marina | gtech center | Franklin Town Hall Creating a sense of place. You either have it or you don’t. There really is never anything in between. yale new haven hospital | cypress Lofts | Fort Trumbull Meadow Walk | one brigham circle | Phillipsdale Landing Sometimes fitting in is exactly what you want. Other times The best mixed used developments are the result of careful, arbor point at woodland station | Richmond Square making a bold and foward looking statement is the only right creative and collaborative planning. It takes a special kind of thing to do. Work, live, learn and have some fun - a great design firm to create a great place. At SG&A, we design great Victory Square | River Run | Dyer Street | Salisbury Beach place, a great mixed-use development is all of these things to places where people live, work, play and learn - and then those that experience it. The best ones look, feel and operate stay awhile. like they always have been part of the landscape. Whether the landscape is urban, suburban or rural, a successful mixed use development should be something more than the simple sum of its parts. It must be integral to, if not the center of its surroundings.66 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 67
  • 35. gtech center Providence, RI expanding the public realm project type: Urban Mixed-Use area: 356,000 Square Feet Situated in the heart of downtown Providence, the GTECH Center stands out among the brick-faced office buildings. Expressive and symbolic of the 21st Century’s energy and values, the Center embodies all that makes Providence a modern, humanist city. The mixed-use structure is a gateway landmark and serves as the new world headquarters of the GTECH Corporation. The Center’s location, combined with its innovative use of materials, reinforce the corporation’s identity as one of strength, technology and state of the art. The building’s architecture is visibly rooted in its context, combining an office tower with major retail center and associated parking garage. Located on a 1.64 acre site, the design provides an expanded public realm along the waterfront. Four distinguished facades respond uniquely to their surroundings in a clearly defined urban collage which is bound together on a four-story podium. GTECH Center stands activated by its surroundings, literally shaped by and reflecting the vibrant and changing cityscape around it. The Center is a striking landmark, fulfilling the project’s goals while establishing itself as the next step in GTECH and Providence’s mutual evolution.68 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 69
  • 36. yale new haven hospital mixed-use development New Haven, CT activation + integration project type: Urban Mixed-Use area: 356,000 Square Feet This LEED Silver mixed-use development in downtown New Haven encompasses two major parcels in close proximity to Yale University. The transformational project accommodates the expansion needs of Yale New Haven Hospital and re-establishes the urban fabric of the adjacent neighborhoods. Phase 1 features an urban wrap enclosing a 845 car garage with street activating retail and office space on the upper floors. Integrated into the urban plan is an extended stay residential use to support the Newbury Cancer Center. Phase 2 will bring a similar vision to the hospital district with an emphasis on research and bio-science facilities.70 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 71
  • 37. one brigham circle* Boston, MA a beautiful day in the neighborhood project type: Urban, Office/Retail, Mixed Use area: 295,000 Square Feet One Brigham Circle is a mixed-use development consisting of approximately 102,000 square feet of retail space and approximately 115,000 square feet of office space. Retail uses include a grocery store and a drug store as well as a restau- rant, bank and several neighborhood retail stores. To accommodate retail uses, the project includes approximately 130 surface parking spaces accessible from Calumet Street. Approximately 255 structured parking spaces are provided for office use. * 2004 BOMA | Boston Building of the Year *72 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 73
  • 38. assembly row block 3 Somerville, MA project type: Urban Mixed Use area: Phase I 180,000 Square Feet Block 3 Assembly Row Mixed-Use Project is comprised of a single 180,000 sf building of mixed-use retail space along with a parking facility with approximately 571 spaces. The retail space includes shell spaces for future junior anchor , in-line specialty retail and multiple restaurants will be located on the ground floor, shell space for a future retail space on the second level and a cinema shell space for a future theater operator on the third floor. The project will infill an entire block in an urban context with part of the project contributing to defining the main street of Assembly Row, a major retail destination street with vehicle and pedestrian access. The exterior will be a mix of materials integrating into the overall context through design guidelines and retail shell specifications defined by the development team.74 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 75
  • 39. 1265main Waltham, MA project type: Mixed-Use Development services: Development Master Planning, Architecture & Interior Design area: 280,000 Square Feet on 39 acres Located just 10 miles west of Boston, 1265Main is a new 280,000 sf mixed-use development at the most highly visible site on I-95/Route 128 in Waltham Massachusetts. With easy access, high visibility and incredible demographics, this site offers potential corporate office tenants and retailers the ability to be part of a new, innovative workplace and shopping experience. SG&A’s contemporary architectural design for the adaptive re-use of an existing 120,000 sf building offers flexible class A office space in an urban environment in a suburb setting. The remaining 160,000 sf of retail/restaurant facilities in the development already includes a 100,000 sf major regional retail tenant.76 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 77
  • 40. arbor point at woodland station Newton, MA transit oriented project type: Mixed Use Development with Mutli-family Housing units: 180 Arborpoint at Woodland Station and its adjacent MBTA parking structure provide Newton with a national model for Smart Growth and Transit-Oriented Development. A vibrant new residential community created on previously underutilized land, the project takes care to compliment the surrounding area with a pedestrian-oriented streetscape. Tree-lined, paved sidewalks and benches run parallel to the MBTA tracks while two-story town houses mask the 285 space resident parking component. The effect at street level is of a residential neighborhood, with the six-story mass of the building staying in the background. Residents enjoy the benefits of the outdoor deck and pool, fitness center, business center, game room and community gathering space within the amenities building.78 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 79
  • 41. VICTORY SQUARE CENTER FOR LIFE SCIENCES Providence, Rhode Island victory square Providence, RI Developer VIC SQ CEN LIFE S I-195 Providenc D TE RE ST T IN PO ED DY ST RE ET RIC HM ON DS TRE ET AERIAL IMAGE Project: 2670.01 Date: 22 October 2009 Scale: NTS meet the knowledge district  2008 Spagnolo Gisness & Associates, Inc. project type: Mixed Use Development area: 1 Million Square Feet SI Project: Date: SG&A’s most recent large-scale urban development is Victory Square, a 1 million sf urban, mixed-use project for 200 high street | boston, ma 02110 Scale: t.617.443.0680 | f.617.443.0689 Commonwealth Ventures. A former manufacturing operation, the site is located in an emerging neighborhood close to local universities and hospitals. Resulting from the re-routing of I-195, this area, known as the “Knowledge District”, will offer formidable real estate opportunities for institutions, corporations and other commercial enterprises. Victory Square will provide speculative office space, lab, research/development facilities as well as a garage, hotel, restaurants and other retail amenities 0 to support this confluence of intellectual and commercial endeavors. The first phase of the proposed development includes a  2008 Spagnolo Gisness & Associates, Inc. 250,000 sf lab/research building which will anchor the northwest corner of the 4 acre development. 200 high t.617.480 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 81
  • 42. [higher education] Experience: Firm Overview | 83
  • 43. Emmanuel College | Nichols College | MIT | Wellesley At the center of every college experience and the mission of each educational institution is learning.College | UMass Dartmouth | Brown UniversityEastern Nazarene College | Tufts University | Stonehill The path to learning is different for each shaped by history andCollege | Brewster Academy | Wentworth Technical tradition as well as by its own vision of the future. Preparing every student, generation after generation, for the new worldInstitute | Springfield Technical Community College each will encounter upon graduation is at the heart of what you do. We understand the goals are many, the constituents are diverse, and the resources are strained. Our creativity is enhanced, never hampered, by the realities of aggressive schedules and tight budgets. Our design work is inspired and informed by the unique ambitions of each college we work with and, because each institution is different, our design response is distinct each and every time. Just as it is always on time and on budget each and every time. Experience: Firm Overview | 85
  • 44. let there be light emmanuel college: julie hall project type: Residence Hall area: 54,000 Square Feet Boston, MA Julie Hall has tremendous sentimental value to many but its original layout was an old–fashioned double-loaded, corridor style residence hall. The project was a challenge in other respects: no documentation existed for the original building nor for the subsequent office renovations. The schedule required extreme coordination and fast tracking with the builder. An extraordinary concept was needed to create the kind of building that Emmanuel wanted within the footprint of the building. Our “big idea” was the conversion of a two floor computer room into a dramatic, center atrium with a glass roof that served as common space, lounge and community room. The basic structure was retained but the building itself was virtually gutted and built new from the inside out to accommodate suite style rooms as well as new building envelope, windows, roof, mechanical and electrical systems, and elevators.86 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 87
  • 45. emmanuel college: marian hall Boston, MA summer slammer project type: Kitchen/Cafeteria Renovations area: 50,000 Square Feet The new Marian Hall Student Center kitchen renovation represents another unique project that SG&A has completed for the ever changing campus at Emmanuel College in Boston, MA. The antiquated facilities underwent a total reno- vation in the summer of 2004 while the building was occupied, encompassing the servery kitchen and seating/assembly areas totalling 50,000 s.f.88 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 89
  • 46. umass dartmouth ATMC Fall River, MA world class, within reach project type: Speculative Laboratory area: 75,000 Square Feet This 75,000 sf technology and manufacturing center consists of two separate wings linked by a Central Support Center. This three-story area consists of reception and waiting areas as well as faculty offices, conference areas and multipurpose rooms available to the public and to “incubator” tenants. The two wings are fully occupied with wet and dry laboratories.90 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 91
  • 47. northeastern university: kostas research institute Burlington, MA landmark dedication project type: Research Institute area: 65,000 Square Feet The George J. Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security at Northeastern University, as planned, is a world-class facility dedicated to the advancement of national security research. As an innovative, knowledge center, the building’s traditional vernacular and contemporary aesthetic expresses the progressive and collaborative nature of the institution, the scientists, the entrepreneurs, and the advanced research and discovery that will be accomplished there. The architectural expression is a manifestation of the vision to create a unique and special place to welcome knowledge workers. Located on a prominent site on the Burlington campus, a hierarchy of forms creates a visually coherent architectural statement appealing to both corporate and institutional users. The landmark building creates immediate visual impact and defines the Institute’s important presence at the entrance to the site.92 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 93
  • 48. tufts university: packard hall Medford, MA back to the future project type: Administrative Offices area: 6,000 Square Feet The oldest remaining building on the Medford campus, Packard Hall’s central location and air of history combine to greet the University’s dignitaries and alumni which frequently visit the hall. Located directly on the upper campus quadrangle, Packard Hall serves as home to the development offices and is occupied by Tufts University’s Vice President. Renovated to better accommodate the building’s administrative functions, SG&A utilized period color schemes, detailing and light fixtures. The hall now boasts increased organizational abilities while offering visitors a sense of authenticity within this historic landmark.94 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 95
  • 49. tufts university: wildlife clinic Grafton, MA stewardship, sustainably project type: Veterinary Facility area: 12,000 Square Feet Tufts University at Grafton, MA is a nationally recognized veterinary school. SG&A was commissioned to design a new 12,000 square foot Wildlife Center to accommodate the rehabilitation and study of wildlife throughout New England. With 120 acres of open land and future building concerns in mind, SG&A worked closely with Tufts to pick a site appropriate to the new facility as well as future construction. The Tufts Wildlife Clinic is a unique facility, providing veterinary care, classroom and laboratory teaching methodologies as well as an education center for children and adolescents. The central core encom- passes the reception, waiting areas and educational displays. Overlooking the natural wetlands is a 40 person lecture hall with access to an outdoor patio for animal observation. One of the most distinctive features of the wildlife center is housed in the clinic wing. Care is provided for the animals in their natural surroundings. Three separate wards extend care to aquatic, envi- ronmental and carnivore species. A fourth ward serves as a multi-purpose and surgical suite.96 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 97
  • 50. brewster academy Wolfboro, NH building skills project type: Educational Facility area: 42,000 Square Feet Brewster Academy commissioned SG&A to design the largest expansion in the school’s history. Taking advantage of the beautiful views on Lake Winnipesaukee, SG&A designed a 42,000 sf academic building with a program that includes a library, classrooms, chemistry laborato- ries, lecture space, and audiovisual studios for the 300-student campus. Separate classroom “villages” feature distinc- tive class configurations, student study areas, instructional support rooms, and teachers’ offices. These “villages” create environments that accommodate various teaching modalities, encourage team teaching and maximize opportunities for individualized, interdisciplinary instruc- tion throughout the space.98 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 99
  • 51. wentworth institute of technology: flanagan campus center at beatty hall Boston, MA campus connections project type: Renovation and Addition area: 30,000 Square Feet The Flanagan Campus Center at Beatty Hall is a touchstone in so many ways for the Wentworth community. As one of the most public of buildings on campus, it is a facility that is integral to the daily lives of many WIT constituents – students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Creating an energetic vibe and a sense of place is an essential element to the project’s success as well as meeting the strict budget and schedule. The Flanagan Campus Center at Beatty Hall project includes the construction of approximately 7,000 gsf of new building space in order to expand and renovate the dining commons, kitchen and servery as well as renovate approximately 23,000 gsf of other existing space. The $10 million project includes the development of a new, two story addition to the Ward Street side of Beatty Hall, removal of pre-cast panels from the northerly façade of the building and installation of new fenestration to enhance building appearance. This allows for modest floor space expansion and development of a new main entrance to the building to provide a new interior lobby and enhanced access and egress to the first three floors of the facility. This project also includes an array of improvements aimed at enhancing pedestrian access to, and connections through, Wentworth’s campus.100 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 101
  • 52. stonehill college: merkert-tracy hall Easton, MA adaptive reuse project type: Renovation area: 40,000 Square Feet Built in 1948, the same year that Stonehill opened, Merkert-Tracy Hall was the young College’s first major construction project. It opened in February 1949 as a science center and classroom building. An addition was constructed in 1979. In 2009, Stonehill built a new state-of-the-art science building on its lower campus and made plans to renovate the old facility into an administrative office building for two divisions, Advancement and Finance as well as the Human Resources Department. Initially, SG&A provided a feasibility study which documented existing conditions, determined the best new use for the building, created a preliminary budget for the agreed upon use, and a subsequent schedule for design and construction. The findings of the study were presented to the Board of Trustees for funding approval. Working with the Facilities Department team as well as senior management, SG&A continued with programming, design and construction administration. The $6 million project was completed in October 2010 and staff moved into the facility on November 11, 2010.102 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 103
  • 53. [firm leadership] Experience: Firm Overview | 105
  • 54. our founding partners Since the firms inception in 1991 Al, Bill and Jeff have worked Al Spagnolo, AIA co-founded of Spagnolo Gisness Architecture Bill Gisness AIA leads selected projects from kick off to Jeff Tompkins IIDA LEED AP works with every client to closely to create a full service architectural, interior design, LLC along with Bill Gisness and Jeff Tompkins. Since that time completion leading our project and consultant team. In collaboration create great spaces that respond to their unique goals and challenges. and planning firm built on a strong design culture that is truly in 1991, he has led the business management of the firm as well as with Al and Jeff, Bill is also responsible for the firm’s ability to provide From concept to closeout, Jeff works to understand and clarify client client inclusive. Today they work side by side with over 30 several of the firm’s most significant design commissions. Whether creative and practical solutions to effectively meet the requirements expectations then works to assure our team tracks those expectations teammembers including with the firm’s Principals, Directors, Al is creating major corporate office buildings for national and and schedule of each project. Working with both Howard and and delivers on shared goals. Jeff is particularly skillful at finding the international corporations including NSTAR, ING, GTECH, The Roger, Bill leads the firm’s quality assurance and quality control “sweet spot” where design excellence, constructability, budget, and Project Managers, Job Captains and Draftspersons to achieve MathWorks, and Staples or for regional real estate development process improvements. With nearly 30 years of experience dedicated schedule meet. In partnership with Howard, Jeff provides leadership to the following: organizations like Boston Properties, Intercontinental, National to the design and management of a wide variety of projects, Bill has the Interior Design Studio within the firm. Development, and New Boston Fund, he is the creative force at the successfully completed renovations and new building projects for [our mission]: to respond to each client’s vision heart of the firm’s design consciousness. As his clients will attest, Al is institutions, corporations and commercial real estate firms across through communication, collaboration, creativity also just as pragmatic and practical as he is creative. His client-driven New England. and mutual trust. focus toward responsiveness, efficiency and quality control is critical to the firm’s continued reputation for excellent design work. point of view: “The client’s culture is central to our design inspirations. It takes precedent over everything else that we draw upon as professionals and as individuals to inform the work. Maybe that’s why there is no definable SG&A “style” - because in the end, the space will always say more about you than it does about us. And, it will always evoke excellence.” -jeff106 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 107
  • 55. point of view: “At SG&A, we design spaces in an environmentally responsible manner because, first and foremost, it is the right thing to do. Whether you’re interested in using the best possible recycled materials or achieving LEED Platinum certification, the choices we make with you throughout the design process ensure that the environment isn’t an afterthought.” - roger principals + directors Steve Cunningham AIA LEED AP Matt Michel AIA LEED AP Aurora Cammarata With Steve leading the way, SG&A’s Higher Matt is a Senior Project Manager with the As Director of Business Development, Education Studio collaborates specifically firm. Matt is particularly adept at managing Aurora works to connect the best of SG&A’s with academic clients to develop creative yet complex and sophisticated projects with design resources to new clients. Connecting reasonable design solutions that meet their multi-disciplinary requirements. He is need to skill is as much about matching unique institutional and programmatic needs. able to coalesce consultant teams along disposition and work style as it is design Steve is a skillful communicator and adept with our own internal design team to stay talent. With more than 20 years experience in collaborator as well as a talented architect. He focused and make progress toward goals for the A/E/C industry, Aurora finds the perfect knows that using a well-managed process to design, schedule, and cost. Matt’s clients balance every time. collect ideas and seek consensus is as critical appreciate his ability to manage, organize to designing a successful project as it is to and integrate team resources and project keeping the design process on schedule. information. point of view: “Creativity, originality and innovation exist without promise unless they are tempered by reason and practiced with organization. We balance each SG&A project team’s skill set so that we are equally good at project management and design. You can trust us to cross the t’s and dot the i’s – which, we will confess, is done with a flourish at SG&A!” -matt108 | Experience: Firm Overview Experience: Firm Overview | 109
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