Wenham, Massachusetts Situated on Wenham Common, Wenham Town Hall is a wood-framed structure built in 1842. The building had been modified often enough that major structural and water infiltration issues developed and needed to be resolved. Johnson Roberts Associates addressed these issues as part of an overall renovation and restoration
Sturbridge, Massachusetts The complete renovation and expansion of the existing Sturbridge Town Hall c. 1840, includes a small addition which houses a new accessible entrance, stairs and elevator. The first floor was gutted and replaced to create room for new HVAC systems and fix structural problems. Additional space for town
Boston, Massachusetts The EZ-Pass Service Center is currently housed in a non-universally accessible area of a 1960s-era MassDOT building, located in East Boston. To meet accessibility requirements and to answer to increased customer volume, the EZ-Pass Service Center will move to another part of the building: an underused garage bay.
Marstons Mills, Massachusetts The new Centerville – Osterville – Marstons Mills Fire Rescue Station #3 in Marstons Mills, MA, is sympathetic to the surrounding Cape Cod vernacular buildings, materials, and compositions. The massing of the building reinforces the functional zones of the fire station barn as apparatus bays and farm
Boxford, Massachusetts The new 13,300 SF Boxford Town Hall is the latest addition to the Boxford municipal center. The new two-story Boxford Town Hall is designed with a brick and precast exterior. The first floor of the town hall will contain financial departments and the meeting room, while the second
Ayer, Massachusetts Johnson Roberts Associates prepared a study and a plan to preserve and restore this historic 1876 building. The project includes the insertion of an elevator and an egress stair, access accommodations, complete interior renovations, preservation of the historic interiors, and restoration of the polychromed brick, tile, and stone