Project Progress: Under Construction

General Contractors Walsh Brothers
Engineers Nitsch Engineering
Developers Boston College
Subcontractors WL French Excavating Corporation
Technology Companies Multivista

About The Pete Frates Center

149R Lake Street, BrightonBoston, MA

The Trustees of Boston College plans to construct an athletics support building to serve the approximately 14-acre athletics facilities on the northern portion of its Brighton Campus. The athletics facilities, which were constructed in 2016 to more adequately meet the needs of the University’s softball and baseball teams, include synthetic turf baseball and softball fields with associated amenities, a natural grass recreation field, and a small building containing restrooms and storage. 

The approved Pete Frates Center is a previously-deferred phase of the Brighton Campus Athletics Center Project (now called the Harrington Athletics Village) that will consist of an approximately 31,140 square foot building housing team locker rooms for baseball and softball; accessory spaces for sports medicine, strength training, and equipment storage; practice hitting tunnels; and meeting and utility rooms. The Project will replace an existing 50-spot surface parking lot (66,933 square feet in area) located to the south and west of the existing softball and baseball fields.

Construction Cost $16,000,000.00
Square Feet 31,140



Stories 2
Height (feet) 45
Start Date Jul 02, 2019
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Jan 16, 2020

Framing Nearly Complete for Pete Frates Center at BC


Sep 13, 2019

Electrical Permit Issued for BC's Pete Frates Center


Jun 28, 2019

Boston College will honor former BC baseball captain Pete Frates '07, by naming Phase II...


Apr 23, 2019

The Boston College Harrington Athletics Village Support Building has been approved by the BPDA.


Feb 28, 2019

The proposed building at 149R Lake Street in Brighton, MA is a previously-deferred phase of...


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