Boston

Massachusetts boasts 114 colleges and universities, so it’s no wonder Boston attracts the best and the brightest. Our rigorous design chops and youthful attitude reflect the city’s “wicked smaht” energy. But we also have a healthy respect for tradition, bringing you best practices with everything from higher ed to government projects. In this city of bricks of brownstones, we’ve got ivy league goals and aspirations for every project.

Independence Wharf
470 Atlantic Ave., 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02210

617 305 9800

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Walk for Hunger

We hit the bricks on Sunday, May 3 to support those most in need of help by raising funds for COVID-19 crisis hunger relief.  Sponsored by Project Bread, a Massachusetts-based non-profit that provides food to families that need it the most, The Walk for Hunger went virtual this year and so did we.  Our team hailed from Maine, New Hampshire, the Adirondacks, and of course in and around Boston.  Remon Boules and his family led our team by clocking 11 miles!

Team Building!

Team EYP Boston/Gilbane's dedicated and persistent CANstructors achieved lift-off when we participated in the 24th annual CANstruction Boston. "Can" you guess how many ounces of tuna it takes to build a hot air balloon? 12,000! That's 750 lbs of tuna team EYP Boston/Gilbane donated to the Merrimack Valley food bank.

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Community Partnerships

EYP sponsored and hosted the first virtual Design Museum Morning event with our design build partner Gilbane Construction. The topic, “Sustainability of an Evolving Skyline” garnered a lot of attention.  Jacob Higginbottom, EYP Boston Project Executive, moderated the event with 60+ attendees from around the country.

PWC event

Community Involvement

We love to support local events! We recently sponsored a panel on 'Campus Capital Renewal Programs' hosted by PWC Boston (Professional Women in Construction) at Boston University. EYP Boston's Kelly Bliss was the PWC Event Chair and Moderator. With every seat sold out it was a great success.

Jacob Higginbottom

Lifelong Learning

At the beginning of 2020, the Boston office launched “Boston Polytechnic”, a learning curriculum that brings real skills and content that are directly applicable to the project work in our office.  Populated by contributions from Boston office staff and industry experts from outside our office, the program aims to instill a continuum of learning and sharing of expertise that is an integral part of the experience working here.  Each workshop is videotaped and stored in our digital learning library for all to access.  The first series of learning units are organized around 3 themes that cut across all the work we do:  modernization, high-technology programs, and building performance.  The first workshop was “Passive House Basics for Net Zero Ready Design” presented by Jacob Higginbottom and available for AIA CEU credit. 

News & Publications

Bryant University, Academic Innovation Center

A Design Museum article explores the art of design for Academic Innovation spaces.

Lehigh University, Mountaintop Campus

Endless Innovation: New Approaches to Foster Innovative Learning

University of New Mexico, exterior view

ENR Southwest profiles the EYP designed Physics & Astronomy Interdisciplinary Science Building (PAIS) at the University of New Mexico.

Penn State Ag Engineering Building, exterior view

A Ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the reopening of the renovated Agricultural Engineering Building at Penn State.

The EYP Boston Office is the place where I started my career and grew exponentially as an architect. The office is filled with fun, hardworking, and talented designers and engineers who support and mentor you. It’s a special place where we strive to be more: be more creative, be more involved with our community, be more diverse, be more knowledgeable, and be more integrated.

Rebecca Young Architect

Our Team

Christopher Baylow

Christopher Baylow, AIA

Managing Principal - Boston, Science & Technology Sector Leader

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Kelly Bliss

Executive Director of Business Development and Strategy, Northeast

Michael Collard

Michael Collard, AIA

Senior Project Director

Bill Graves

Bill Graves

Higher Education Marketing Manager

Dan Lazarz

Dan Lazarz, PE, LEED AP BD+C

Senior Fire Protection Engineer

Rohit Saxena

Rohit Saxena, AIA, LEED AP

Science & Technology Operations Director

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Gerard Audet, EIT, LEED AP BD+C

Senior Plumbing Engineer

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Linda Hamdan, PE

Engineering Team Leader

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Remon Boules, PE, LEED AP

Local Mechanical Leader