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Total Square Footage 12,498,659
Total Dollar Volume $4,186,549,342.00

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About Haley & Aldrich

70 Blanchard Road, Suite 204, Burlington, MA
617-886-7400


From a foundation of technical excellence, Haley & Aldrich seeks to create more value for our clients while reducing their overall project costs. We use novel approaches to engineering and environmental challenges, including more efficient processes and new ways of applying technology. In some cases that means not doing things the way they are usually done in our industry, or the way our clients typically approach a project.


We also innovate in our practice by looking beyond the technical challenges to consider how various stakeholders impacted by a project will measure success. We consider the needs of various regulatory agencies as well as the impact on the environment, communities, and neighborhoods. We factor those needs with our deep understanding of the value our clients desire to create for their organizations and stakeholders. In this “whole-system approach,” the more stakeholders who are satisfied, the more successful and more sustainable a project will be.


Core to how we operate is our commitment to having our best people on the most challenging opportunities, and the right people doing the right work—safely. To do this, we’ve built one team that works together across all U.S. geographies to solve complex problems above and below ground. We serve clients from multiple offices across the country while providing consistent and seamless delivery.

Updates

350 Boylston Street
- Sep 18, 2019

Construction on 350 Boylston Expected to Kick off in 2020 A Notice of Project Change for Lapse of Time has been filed for the previously approved project at 350 Boylston Street. The 9-story mixed-use building was originally approved in 2009 and now is expected to finally begin construction in the 3rd quarter of 2020.  Plans for the approximately 221,000 square foot building remain nearly unchanged with the building to include ground-floor retail and restaurant space, upper-level office space, approximately 150 parking spaces, and an approximately 6,000 square foot fitness center and spa for the building’s office tenants.


Innovation Point
- Sep 16, 2019

Construction Nearly Complete for GE’s Renovation at Necco Court Months after scrapping plans for a larger tower on the site, GE is wrapping up construction on renovations to the historic buildings on Necco Court. After deciding not to move forward with the new construction aspect of the project GE sold the site to Alexandria Real Estate and signed a 12-year lease for the warehouse buildings. The 100+-year-old brick and beam warehouses are currently being fully renovated and will include a bistro and modern office space for around 250 GE employees. As part of the project the Necco Court bridge is being restored with half of the bridge’s facade being replaced with new metal, while the side facing the Fort Point Channel will be replaced with glass. Gensler is the architect on the project and Eversource provided energy efficiency solutions. Eversource is supporting a number of energy-efficient building elements in this project with incentive dollars, including energy-efficient lighting and lighting controls, high performing chillers, pumps, windows, walls and roof materials with high insulating values. Construction is expected to wrap up in the coming months.  


345 Harrison
- Sep 09, 2019

Fit-Out Permit Pulled for Tatte Bakery Coming to 345 Harrison A fit-out permit has been issued for the new Tatte Bakery coming to 345 Harrison Avenue in the South End. The bakery/cafe's newest location is expected to open this fall. 345 Harrison opened last June and features 585 apartments along with 40,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space.   


The BEAT
- Aug 27, 2019

After Extensive Demo, The Beat Beginning to Show Signs of It's New Look As construction continues on the revamp of The Beat, leasing efforts are also ramping up with new signage on the project (as we are sure anyone driving on 93S has noticed). Hints of the finished product are also beginning to show with some windows in and new steelwork in place over what will be the main entrance to the nearly 700,000 square foot project. Tenants and the public will be welcomed to the building via the new multi-story atrium which will create a central gathering area and feature a food hall and collaborative meeting spaces. The atrium will also allow natural light to circulate throughout the building.


50 Rogers Street
- Aug 21, 2019

Steel Framing Ongoing for 50 Rogers St. in Kendall Square Steel framing is rising for the upcoming 6-story residential building at 50 Rogers Street in Kendall Square. The U-shaped building is set to include 136 apartments along with parking for 102 cars in a below-grade garage. Units will be a mix of studio, 1, and 2 bedrooms. 50 Rogers is expected to welcome first residents next summer. Photo Courtesy Dimella Shaffer


Saint Gabriel’s Monastery Redevelopment
- Aug 16, 2019

First Units Expected to Open Mid-October at St. Gabriel's Monastery The first building within the St. Gabriel's Monastery redevelopment in Brighton is nearly complete with first units expected to open in mid-October. Studio through 3 bedroom units range in price from around $2200 per month up to nearly $6500. The new homes include designer cabinets, quartz countertops, keyless entry, walk-in closets, and balconies. The 11+ acre hilltop site, offering great views of Boston, will feature a total of 555 apartments and 105 condos. 


321 Harrison Avenue
- Aug 14, 2019

Plumbing Permit Issued for 321 Harrison A plumbing permit has been issued for the new office tower under construction at 321 Harrison Ave. in the South End. The eight-story, 232,500 square foot addition is being added on top of the existing 300 car garage currently on the site. The existing lobby that connects 1000 Washington Street next door to the garage is also being reconfigured to accommodate the elevator core for the new building, thus connecting both buildings and serving as a shared lobby.     


Emerson Little Building
- Aug 13, 2019

CO Issued for Emerson's Little Building Just in time for the mass arrival of students at the end of this month, a certificate of occupancy has been issued for Emerson College's revitalized Little Building. The renovated residence hall will now house 1044 students along with updated social spaces and dining facilities. The Little Building was originally completed in 1917 and purchased by Emerson in 1994.       


1186-1198 Comm. Ave.
- Aug 09, 2019

Building Permit Granted for New Jaguar Land Rover Dealership on Comm. Ave. A building permit has been granted for the construction of the new 3-story Jaguar and Land Rover dealership at 1188 Commonwealth Avenue in Allston. The existing Herb Chambers Infiniti and Honda buildings on the site will be demolished to make way for the sleek new building that will include showroom space along with service bays and vehicle storage.       


401 Congress
- Jul 29, 2019

401 Congress (Parcel A2) Officially Under Review BGI has filed the PNF for the 401 Congress Street project in the Seaport on Parcel A2 and the Triangle Parcel. The proposed project would include a total of 675,000 square feet between two buildings, primarily Class A office space with significant space for public and cultural uses.  On Parcel A2 an 18-story tower would contain around 585,000 square feet of office space starting on level three. The building would have two entrances, one from Congress Street and one from the World Trade Center Avenue Viaduct. Both entrances will be connected by an enhanced public space with a 24/7 public elevator and grand sweeping stairs, acting as a nexus between the two levels. A new and elevated pedestrian bridge spanning the I-90 ramp will connect the Office Building to the Triangle Parcel. The two-story building on the Triangle Parcel would consist of approximately 30,000 square feet to be used as programmable publicly accessible space. Additionally, the Project includes approximately 30,000 square feet of surface improvements along the World Trade Center Avenue Viaduct and beyond the Project’s property lines. It will also feature a landscaped, accessible rooftop that covers the Triangle Building.


The Smith South End
- Jul 29, 2019

Facade and Window Install Continue for The Smith South End The brick facade, inspired by the history of the South End, is going up for the first phase of The Smith, South End. The mixed-use project will feature 650 apartments along with 80,000 square feet of office space and 20,000 square feet of retail. Along with the two new construction buildings, The Smith will also include renovations to existing buildings at 575 Albany & 660 Harrison Ave. Completion of the first section of the project is expected in the spring of next year.  


Emerson Little Building
- Jul 24, 2019

Interior Finishing Wrapping Up for Emerson's Little Building Emerson's full revamp of the Little Building, across from The Boston Common, is nearly complete with the facade in place and the tower crane removed from the site. The updated residence hall is set to re-open for this coming fall semester. The renovations have added around 290 beds to the building along with increased student and general-purpose social spaces.


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350 Boylston Street
1186-1198 Comm. Ave.
401 Congress
50 Rogers Street
Emerson Little Building
Parcel M (3 Dolphin Way)
41 Linskey Way
60 Kilmarnock Street
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