Graham Meus, Inc/GMI Architects has relocated their Boston Studio to:
35 Medford Street, #102, Somerville, MA.
GMI Architects is now part of a collaborative studio environment with HKT Architects.
The Dr. Nasir A. Khan Building of the Bournewood Hospital is now open! For this project, GMI worked closely with the client to construct a new 30-bed In-Patient Psychiatric Hospital that complied with the Department of Mental Health, Life Safety and Joint Commission. The ribbon-cutting ceremony officially marking the opening of the Dr. Nasir A. Khan building was held on October 3, 2013.
GMI has been working with Bournewood Hospital for over 20 years, providing both major and minor renovations to the seven facilities that make up the hospital’s campus. Bournewood Hospital is located on the grounds of a turn of the century farm and the original farmhouse and barn are still in use by the hospital as the Administration and Maintenance offices.
The Brookline Teen Center hosted its grand opening on Sunday, September 15. The event was celebrated with appearances by Paul Epstein, Representative Joe Kennedy III, and former governor Michael Dukakis, as well as food trucks, raffles, and performances by local high school bands. The center’s notable features include a bowling alley, basketball court, recording studio, snack bar, and tutoring and classroom facilities. The center officially opened for members on Monday, September 16. GMI Architects were the associate architects on the project, working alongside StudioMLA Architects and Kaplan Construction.
Amazing how quickly Google Maps updates their images!!! Here’s our first aerial view of the Commonwealth’s first “Net Zero” project . . . Connors Pool in Waltham for the Department of Conservation and Recreation. The pool was only filled and used for a short time last summer 2012, and it just reopened for its first full season the other day. This project incorporated both photo-voltaic and solar thermal panels.
Visit: Boston.com to read about award for Connors Memorial Swimming Pool
Visit : World Interior Design Network to read about our Lewis Benedict Connors Memorial Swimming pool project which opened on Saturday July 21st, 2012.
On Thursday, November 10th, 1122 crocus bulbs were planted on the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway. Each bulb represents a child victim of abuse. When the bulbs bloom in April, Child Abuse Prevention Month, the sheer number of flowers will be a striking reminder of the local impact of abuse-and a symbolic reminder that, with the support of the CAC, hope can be restored.
District Attorney Daniel F. Conley, Mrs. Thomas M. Menino, Commissioner Toni Pollack, Greenway executive director Nancy Brennan, CAC Board Members, Hope Blooms committee members, CAC staff and volunteers were all in attendance.
GMI is pleased to announce that Cordelia Dawson, LEED AP, and Melissa Vaillancourt have become registered architects in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.