In collaboration with The Galante Architecture Studio, LeMessurier renovated a former warehouse at 224 Western Avenue in Allston to provide a new home for Harvard’s Office for the Arts’ Ceramics Program. A mixture of studio and classroom space, allows for public viewing of the work alongside the private education and production. The following is a link to the Harvard Gazette announcing the opening.
As participants, LeMessurier Chairman Mysore Ravindra, President Peter Cheever, principal Eric Hines and engineer Congyi Qian invite you to attend this Spring’s 2014 SEI ASCE Structures Congress. The Congress will be held April 3-5 jointly at the Sheraton Boston Hotel and the Hynes Convention Center.
On Monday December 9, Harvard Business School’s Dean Nitin Nohria hosted the formal dedication of Tata Hall on HBS’s campus. Headlined by Dean Nohria, Ratan Tata, and architect William Rawn, the event celebrated years of detail-oriented work with a reception and a self-guided tour of this stunning new building. One salient aspect of the project highlighted during the dedication is the anticipated LEED Platinum certification. As the design engineers on the project, Peter Cheever and Jennifer Grymek attended on behalf of LeMessurier.