Repositioning 140 Kendrick Street as a net zero, carbon neutral campus
A multi-building complex, 140 Kendrick Street was originally built as a single tenant headquarters consisting of three interconnected office buildings and the Exchange, an amenities center. Committed to repositioning the site as a net zero, carbon neutral campus, Boston Properties, Inc. (BXP), sought a partner who could help them transform Building A. They reached out to our team to help.
In addition to providing architecture and interior design services for the renovation of Building A, we also designed renovations for one of the tenant building entrances, the interiors of the Exchange, and Building C’s lobbies and shared tenant spaces. We selected finishes that supported sustainability and cleanability and prioritized air quality. Our design also addressed concerns about wellness in a post-COVID world.
To help reach sustainability goals, our buildings engineers provided full electrification, building envelope improvements, advanced energy recovery systems, mechanical system modernization, and the addition of on-site renewable energy generation.
As the first net zero, carbon neutral office repositioning of this scale in Massachusetts, 140 Kendrick Building A has, to date, earned LEED Zero Carbon, Mass Save Net Zero, and LEED Core and Shell Gold certifications.
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