Boston – Bald Hill Builders (BHB) announced it recently wrapped up a series of projects at Boston University (BU) and Northeastern University.
BHB recently completed two projects at BU. The first is the addition of new private offices, a spacious conference room, and lounge on 2 Silber Way. These new spaces are designed to provide the BU staff with modern and conducive environments for collaboration and focused work, and enhance the overall productivity and cohesion of the university’s community. The company also took on the renovation of BU’s Starbucks, located at 700 Commonwealth Ave. BHB rejuvenated the campus coffee hub, creating a refreshed ambiance that aligns with the university’s contemporary aesthetic while still maintaining the warm and welcoming atmosphere of the space.
At Northeastern University, BHB revamped the Marino Center locker rooms on Huntington Avenue. These updated facilities are designed to offer students a rejuvenated space to unwind and prepare for their busy days. With modern amenities and a renewed aesthetic, the locker rooms are set to contribute positively to the well-being of the university’s diverse student body.
Representatives of BHB say they take immense pride in their role as a contributor to Boston’s academic community, and that the recent projects at both BU and Northeastern University highlight BHB’s commitment to ‘Building a Better Experience’ and its dedication to enhancing the learning environment for students.