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Buildings E17 and E18 renovation

The renovation of these buildings facilitates the campus-wide renewal process by providing much-needed swing space to house temporarily displaced departments.

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Buildings E17 and E18 facade photo

Buildings E17 and E18 renovation

40-50 Ames Street, Cambridge, MA

Status: Complete

Themes: Renovation and renewal

Completion: 2012

The renovation of these buildings facilitates the campus-wide renewal process by providing much-needed swing space to house temporarily displaced departments.

Overview

Buildings E17 and E18 facade photo
Buildings E17 and E18 facade photo

Status

Complete

Completion Date

2012

Themes and priorities

Renovation and renewal

The renewal and repurposing of Buildings E17 and E18, previously occupied by the Cancer Center, provided essential expansion space for Chemical Engineering as well as swing space to enable other projects on campus, such as the Building 2 and E52 renovations, to proceed.

 

Image credits

Ruth T. Davis

Details

Address

40-50 Ames Street, Cambridge, MA

Renewal Status

In construction

Use

Academic and Administrative

Project Team

Architect: The S/L/A/M Collaborative, Boston, MA
Construction manager
: Barr and Barr, Inc., Framingham, MA
MIT team
: Jan Burke, Joe Collins, John Dunbar, and Jennifer Marshall

Scope

99,000 gsf renovated area

Map

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