Services:

Site Planning and Design, Civil Engineering, Master Planning, Wetlands Flagging and Permitting, Construction Documents, State, Local and Federal Site and Environmental Permitting, Construction Observation, and Continuing Services.

Client:

Hobbs Brook Management LLC

Services:

Site Planning and Design, Civil Engineering, Master Planning, Wetlands Flagging and Permitting, Construction Documents, State, Local and Federal Site and Environmental Permitting, Construction Observation, and Continuing Services.

Client:

Hobbs Brook Management LLC

Services:

Site Planning and Design, Civil Engineering, Master Planning, Wetlands Flagging and Permitting, Construction Documents, State, Local and Federal Site and Environmental Permitting, Construction Observation, and Continuing Services.

Client:

Hobbs Brook Management LLC

Services:

Site Planning and Design, Civil Engineering, Master Planning, Wetlands Flagging and Permitting, Construction Documents, State, Local and Federal Site and Environmental Permitting, Construction Observation, and Continuing Services.

Client:

Hobbs Brook Management LLC

Services
Feasibility Studies
Master Planning / Strategic Planning for Site Development
Environmental & Wetland Assessment & Replication
Site Permits & Environmental Approvals
Landscape Architecture, Site Planning & Design
Civil Engineering
Construction Documents & Administration
Sustainable Site and Environmentally Sensitive Site Design
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175/185 Wyman Street, Waltham, MA

This previously developed 335,000 square foot office facility, classified as a brownfield site due to subsurface contamination, is partially located within the watershed of the Cambridge Reservoir, a public drinking water supply Outside of contaminated site areas, the storm drainage system was designed to treat and infiltrate storm water runoff back into the ground water.  Whereas previously there was no treatment of storm water runoff prior to discharge from the site, best management practices such as catch basins with 4’ sumps, storm water treatment structures and a wetpond were constructed at the site as a part of the site’s redevelopment to treat all storm water , and improve existing discharge to the Reservoir and adjacent wetland.  An existing 200,000 gallon fire water storage system no longer needed was redesigned to collect storm water from the site to supply water for the site irrigation system.  The site and building were designed to achieve a LEED gold certification level.