Clippership Wharf

Sunrise teamed up with Lendlease and The Architectural Team (TAT) on construction of this vibrant, new mixed-use community on a previously underutilized section of the East Boston waterfront.

Consisting of four buildings on 12 acres, the development includes 478 residential units; a mix of community, restaurant, and recreational uses; and direct access to the waterfront with some of the most striking views of downtown Boston along the Boston Harbor.

The goal of the Clippership Wharf project was to transform the site into an active, publicly accessible extension of Maverick Square and the surrounding East Boston neighborhood.

Sunrise installed more than 100,000 sq. ft. of Trespa wall panels — in six different colors — along with ACM panels, soffits, canopies, and a Corium brick rainscreen system with two glazed colors.

399 Binney St.

Located within the One Kendall Square office and retail campus in Cambridge, this 172,500 sq. ft., mixed-use building features office, lab and retail space.

Sunrise’s scope of work included:

  • 23,000 sq. ft. of aluminum curtainwall, glass and glazing
  • 1,000 sq. ft. of aluminum sunshade
  • 2,000 sq. ft. of custom ipe sunshade
  • 1,200 sq. ft. of ipe soffit panels
  • 7,000 sq. ft. of phenolic panels
  • 8,000 sq. ft. of ACM panels
  • 7,000 sq. ft. of louvers and louver screens

Suppliers included EFCO Corp., Tecnoglass glass, Advanced Architectural Products, Trespa, Arconic Corp. and Construction Specialties.

Castle Square Redevelopment

Located on Tremont Street in Boston’s South End, Castle Square Apartments, originally constructed in the 1960s, is a 540,000 sq. ft., mixed-use property consisting of affordable residences and retail space.

Sunrise teamed up with CWC Builders and Elton + Hampton Architects on this major renovation — a project that was able to preserve 500 units of affordable housing for current and future working families of Boston. The property consists of four mid-rise buildings and 19 townhouses containing one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments.

As part of the renovation, the development underwent a deep energy retrofit and was awarded LEED Platinum Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Sunrise’s scope of work included the complete exterior panel system, AVB, window/door removal and replacement, and caulking.

45 Province Street

This 31-story, mixed-use residential building in Boston’s Midtown Cultural District features 25 stories of luxury condominiums, ground floor retail, and a parking garage. Hailed as a modern classic, the building was designed by Bruner/Cott & Associates and was the recipient of the 2009 New England Design Award from the American Institute of Architects. Sunrise was responsible for the entire metal panel scope for the exterior façade.