Three Fort Point PM Projects Nominated For IFMA Boston Awards of Excellence

This year we are excited to have some of our marquee projects nominated for the 2018 IFMA Boston Awards for Excellence. While the Award results won’t be announced until 5/9, we’d like to highlight these Fort Point PM projects that are up for consideration.

EMD Serono Project Sagamore
Completed June 2017, EMD Serono’s Project Sagamore totaled 58,000 SF, including partial renovation of an existing 28,000 SF office building and a 30,000 SF expansion to that structure. The combined project allowed approximately 250 new/current employees to embrace the power of choice with regard to where and how they work.  In addition to seeking LEED Certification to complement the existing Sagamore Building’s Platinum LEED status, EMD Serono pursued WELL Building Standard Certification, recently receiving Gold Certification from The International Well Building Institute.

MilliporeSigma Life Science Center
Change is a constant in the Life Science industry. But, for MilliporeSigma, the Life Science Business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, the perfect storm of lease expiration and masterplan creation gave way to a few new constants: excellence, collaboration, innovation, problem-solving.   As part of MilliporeSigma’s masterplan to create centers of excellence, the new $115 million, 280,000-sf Life Science Center brings together 900 employees from six lab groups and a customer service and call center from five locations across Billerica, Bedford, and Woburn into one Burlington location.

Brown University South Street Landing
Urban universities all over the world are running out of space on their main campuses, and Brown University is no exception. With the goal of dedicating valuable real estate near the heart of the campus available for undergraduate academic pursuits, Brown relocated more than 400 employees from 20 administrative departments in 11 locations scattered across College Hill to iconic South Street Landing in the Jewelry District. This $220 million, 265,000-square-foot redevelopment project turned a century-old, long-abandoned power station into a truly unique spec administration building, where Brown is the anchor tenant with 136,000 square feet.