Worcester, Massachusetts Renovations by Johnson Roberts Associates for the Worcester State University Learning Resource Center (LRC) building include entrance renovations and library programming. Johnson Roberts Associates prepared a study and schematic design for the expansion of the existing library entry space, as well as programming for the entire library facility.
Medford, Massachusetts Renovations to 58 Winthrop Street involved selective demolition and additions for the creation of a new Tufts University Interfaith Center. The building serves multiple faith groups as well as other campus groups. The project scope included restoration of an old multi-purpose room, enlarging windows, and providing accessible entrances
Needham, Massachusetts The addition to St Joseph’s Elementary School and the Monsignor James Haddad Middle School expands and improves academic areas and creates a new gymnasium. The middle school is expanded through a building addition containing a gymnasium, technology classroom, art room, and a new cafeteria and complete renovation of
Sudbury, Massachusetts The Peter Noyes Elementary School renovation created a state-of-the-art facility equal to other schools recently built in the community. The renovation converted existing classrooms into five kindergarten classrooms, a new library, a world language classroom, and a computer room. Additionally, the renovation included gymnasium updates, new instrumental music
Pelham, Massachusetts The Pelham Elementary School expansion provides much-needed space to meet the school’s programmatic requirements. The design expands the facility to create space for a cafeteria, kindergarten classrooms, and rooms for special education and remedial programs. Additionally, office spaces accommodate a health and counseling department, teacher planning, and a
Haverhill, Massachusetts Located in the Behrakis One-Stop Student Center, the Northern Essex Community College bookstore sells a variety of books, apparel, snacks, and supplies to the campus population. The space, which formerly housed a commercial kitchen, was renovated with new wall, ceiling, and floor finishes, HVAC distribution and lighting. The
Worcester, Massachusetts Johnson Roberts Associates provided design services for the renovation of a large media lab and adjacent smaller computer study room in a 1970s campus building to create a combined 1,350 square feet of classroom space, converted for use as a new anatomy lab. A new ceiling, floor, HVAC
Acton, Massachusetts Renovation provided a new, four-classroom pre-school addition and an accessible entrance, expanded parking lot, and new outdoor play space. The original church was renovated and new building systems were included. An exterior courtyard was enclosed to create a nursery, restrooms, offices, and meeting rooms. The original fellowship hall
Leicester, Massachusetts In 2014, Johnson Roberts Associates was tasked with a number of studies to uncover new solutions for the Leceister Public Schools, including a comprehensive assessment of the physical conditions of the entire 5- building network, the confirmation of projected enrollment; the re-programming of grades PK-12 educational infrastructure, and
Worcester, Massachusetts Johnson Roberts Associates provided a conceptual design for a new art gallery space within an existing campus building. Designs for renovation include a new wall and floor finishes, new lighting, new humidification and HVAC systems, modification of existing interior curtain wall system, and installation of movable partition systems
Exeter, New Hampshire Phillips Exeter Academy needed to provide a cover for an existing exterior entrance stair to the Academy Archives. A durable steel frame with metal windows, frosted glass and a lead coated copper roof was selected by the academy representatives from several design alternatives.
Medford, Massachusetts This former church is an ideal location for university use. Frequent meetings with the leadership of the University identified possible uses that could be served by the facility. In renovating the facility for its reuse by the college, the religious iconography and stained glass windows were returned to
Bridgewater, Massachusetts The East Campus Commons Servery is a a 5,500-SF facility that serves 3,000 meals to students daily. Renovations included a reorganized floor plan to accommodate increased student traffic, new kitchen equipment, lighting, and room finishes. A different range and presentation of food options reflects the changing food preferences