Historic restoration and interior build-out of a former woodworking warehouse transformed the space into Tufts University’s new Collaborative Learning & Innovation Complex (CLIC). The project scope included complete exterior masonry restoration, structural repairs, extensive interior renovations, and demolition for parking lot space. An extensive coordination process was required to create a functional and aesthetically pleasing exposed MEP system within a tight time frame. The new, interdisciplinary research facility features state-of-the-art classrooms, common areas, and laboratories for physics and astronomy, occupational therapy, and community health capabilities for the campus community.
- 97,235 SF
- 10-month schedule
- 4-story facility
- Included restorations to the existing carriage house which was converted into a café
- Tuft’s first Usability Lab that offers support to cutting-edge work in human-centered engineering and engaging faculty in human design, robotics, signal processing, and child development