The scope of work includes Mass excavation for the 31,000 SF building up 35 feet deep supported using internally braced steel sheeting.
William Rawn Architect
Excavation and Soil Management required disposal of 75,000 tons of urban fill and natural soils. The scope also included Site demolition, relocation of existing 18” sewer and 36” drain lines that are up to 15 feet deep as well as installation new water, sewer, drain and electrical utilities and reconstructing an existing parking lot and access road.
This state-of-the, dynamic new ‘convening’ space includes a 1000 seat soaring auditorium combined with elements of large-scale conference center, performance space and forum. This building was designed to have tremendous convening power for all HBS cultural events. This building is located next door to Spangler Hall on Western Avenue at HBS’ Allston campus.