Mass DOT House Doctor Projects

We have worked on a variety of House Doctor projects for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, including:

  • E-ZPass Service Center (145 Havre Street, East Boston)
    The E-ZPass Service Center was housed in a non-universally accessible part of the 1960s-era Mass DOT building. To meet accessibility requirements and increased customer volume, an existing adjacent service garage was renovated to house the new E-ZPass Service Center. The rehabilitated space includes an at-grade entrance and new vestibule, a new roof monitor, (8) transaction stations and associated support spaces (including a Violations Hearing Room, Break Room, and public toilet facilities — all of which the original facility lacked).
  • Lenox District 1 Access Upgrades (Lenox, MA)
    Following JRA’s feasibility study (for universal access) of the existing multi-story MassDOT District 1 Administration Headquarters, Phase 1 improvements included the creation of fully accessible multi-fixture ground floor toilet rooms. Future Phase 2 improvements include a new elevator.
  • Deerfield Brine Facility (Deerfield, MA)
    The new brine making facility, located at a MassDOT District 2 yard in Deerfield, can produce 6,000 gallons of salt brine per hour. A pre-engineered metal building, daylit through the use of translucent fiberglass panels, houses the brine making equipment while (6) 10,000 gallon exterior placed poly tanks provide onsite storage capacity of 60,000 gallons.
  • Mass DOT Middleborough Administration Building (Middleborough, MA)
    A new Administration building in Middleborough for Mass DOT.
Mass DOT Middleborough Administration Building (rendering of design)

“Jeff and Mike have performed outstanding on Deerfield Brine Plant, D1 Toilet Rm renovations at Lenox, EZ Pass 145 Havre St and currently finishing up the office building on Vine Street in Middleborough. The department and end users are very happy with JRA’s performance during the design and construction phases. These projects have been within the budget the department has planned for. Thank you for your hard work.”
– Ed Libsch, MassDOT State Facility Engineer for the Highway Dept.