Check out our latest mockup for the upcoming Steward Norwood Hospital project!
This is a glass mock-up that includes 6 different glass makeups (3 clear vision, 3 spandrel), supplied by Viracon. Shoutout to shop foreman Warren Columbus, glazier foreman Joe Donovan, and carpenter journeyman Greg Belikov for putting this together!
At Sunrise, we pride ourselves on our ability to design, develop and build full-scale mockups under our very own roof. Early mockup development has become a vital part of the design-assist process and services that we offer.
In the next phase of the design-assist process, we will be creating a full scale curtainwall system mockup.
The field team is set to be on site this upcoming summer with a scope of work that includes the entire exterior facade. This will be the first newly constructed hospital in the area in over 25 years and will be constructed on the existing hospital footprint.
The project team is led by Jack Sherman (project exec.), Luke Cowper (PM), John Dauphin (asst. PM), Pouya Miryousefi (engineer), and Ted Rogers (engineer).
The Sunrise team has been making great progress in Somerville at the 100 Chestnut project site!
The field crew has been hard at work on multiple scope items, including installation of curtainwall covers, ES Windows pre-glazed punched windows, and unitized standing seam zinc panels.
Airolite sunshade installation will be starting on the West elevation soon, as well as retail curtainwall frames with laminated glass canopies. We are also gearing up for the installation of Kingspan Global insulated metal panels.
Also pictured is one of our rockstar laborers, Luis Brenes, with our 85-foot boom, “Virginia,” and our Lull 1044, “Moose.”
The full scope for this 200,000SF, LEED Platinum-certified laboratory and office building includes the entire building envelope. Located just minutes from Kendall Square, the new building will be a best-in-class facility in the reimagined Brickbottom District where scientific innovation meets wellness.
We’re ecstatic to be playing a role in the renovation of Boston’s busiest transit hub — the historic South Station Transportation Terminal!
The field team is nearing completion of the bus terminal level (pictured), wrapping up the install of EFCO curtainwall, custom glass wall panels (Viracon), and ALCOTEX ACM wall panels. We’re also continuing work on the upper levels as well as the exterior scope.
GC: Suffolk Construction
Architect: Pelli Clark Pelli Architects / Kendall Heaton Associates