LEED Certified


South Hadley Public Library

South Hadley, Massachusetts The new South Hadley Public Library is sited on a bluff above the dam on the Connecticut River on what had been an abandoned industrial site. The two-story library provides children’s services, new book browsing and meeting rooms on the first floor and adult collections on the


Shute Memorial Library, Interior view

Shute Memorial Library

Everett, Massachusetts Renovations to the historic Shute Memorial Library in Everett, Massachusetts include significant improvements to the existing interior, and the addition of a new wing. The renovated structure includes a new accessible entrance on street level, an elevator and new central stairwell, new reading areas and a children’s craft


Pearle L. Crawford Memorial Library

Dudley, Massachusetts The new Pearle L. Crawford Memorial Library replaces the original library on a new site in downtown Dudley. The new Library greatly expands the library’s collections and seating capacity, provides new story time and craft spaces in an expanded children’s department and after hours meeting space for the


Mashpee Library, Front Entrance, Exterior view

Mashpee Public Library

Mashpee, Massachusetts The new Mashpee Public Library replaces the existing library on a site in Mashpee Commons. This project has received LEED Silver certification. The building’s green features include a chilled beam mechanical system, an extensive roof top 20 KWH Photovoltaic system, low water consumption plantings, and an on-site storm


Hopkinton Public Library

The Hopkinton Public Library was housed in two well-loved historic structures (the original historic library and an adjacent church) that were previously linked together. The renovations and additions reorganized the library and expand the existing historic stuctures from 7,000 SF to 22,500 SF. The renovation is designed in sympathy with

Granby Library, Young Adult Room

Granby Public Library

Granby, Massachusetts The Granby Public Library is a new building on a new site, close to the Granby town common. The new building houses a new children’s library, teen room, meeting spaces and greatly expanded adults collections and reading rooms. The building is designed to recall the architecture of the


Boston Public Library, Brighton Branch, Green Wall

Boston Public Library, Brighton Branch

Boston, Massachusetts The Boston Public Library’s Brighton Branch is an active neighborhood facility that was constructed in 1968. Renovations to this 16,000 square foot library provide accessibility and enhanced technology capabilities. The project was awarded LEED Silver certification: sustainable elements include two new entry vestibules for temperature control, all new