Boston – Campbell-McCabe Worldwide, LLC announced it participated as a member of the project consultant team on seven projects that were recognized at the Boston Society for Architecture’s (BSA) Annual Awards Gala on Jan. 18.
The winning projects include:
King Open/Cambridge Street Upper School and Community Complex in Cambridge, Mass.: The project was named as a finalist for the 2022 Harleston Parker Medal, and was also recognized with the People’s Choice Award. The Campbell-McCabe consulting team assisted William Rawn Associates and Arrowstreet Inc. on the 273,000sf complex which is 100% electric, resulting in both a carbon and emissions free building.
Harvard University Science and Engineering Complex in Allston, Mass.: The project was named as a finalist for the 2022 Harleston Parker Medal and also received a Merit award in the Honor Awards for Design Excellence category. The Campbell-McCabe consulting team assisted designer Behnisch Architekten on the 544,000sf building for research and learning, lauded by jurors as an example of sustainable and resilience strategies, and an inspiration for future design projects.
The VA Worcester Community-Based Outpatient Clinic in Worcester, Mass.: The building received a Merit award in the Healthcare Facilities Design category. The Campbell-McCabe consulting team assisted SmithGroup on the 117,600sf project, which the jury praised for serving the veteran community’s healthcare needs by offering 90% of necessary care in a single location and creating a connection point with medical students and future clinicians.
The Adams Street Branch Library in Dorchester, Mass.: The project received an Honor award in the Honor Awards for Design Excellence category as well as a Merit award in the Interior Architecture & Spatial Design category.
Additionally, The Possible Zone, a Utile, Inc. project in Boston, received a Merit award in the Interior Architecture & Spatial Design category. The Billerica Memorial High School, a Perkins+Will project in Billerica, Mass., and the Boylston Street Building Transformation in Boston by William Rawn Associates both received citations in the Honor Awards for Design Excellence category.
Susan McCabe Messier, DHT, principal and owner of Campbell-McCabe Worldwide, LLC, said, “Celebrating the awards with this incredible community of AEC professionals at the Artists for Humanity EpiCenter, designed by Behnisch Architekten, a venue we also provided door hardware consulting specification services on a little while back, was really special. Each of the projects we participated on had unique requirements for door hardware/security access control to accommodate the design elements that make these projects stand out above the rest, and we’re proud to have been a part of bringing these groundbreaking facilities to fruition.”