Architectural Significance in Metal Buildings Boston Sports Institute
The Architectural Significance in Metal Buildings series will deliver a range of detailed case studies to help students understand the inherent architectural processes of metal buildings and how to leverage these popular construction solutions. Each report spotlights a single facility and dissects the priorities, goals and outcomes of the design and building process. Also, the materials examine how each design journey is relevant to aspiring architects and include resources with weblinks to more details about the project.
The Boston Sports Institute (BSI) in Wellesley, Mass., is a 130,000-square-foot, mixed-use sports and recreation center that provides professional-grade practice facilities for athletes of all ages and abilities living in and around this New England town. It averages more than 800,000 visitors each year with its core users ranging from community youth and adult sports groups to organizations that train and educate young, elite athletes.
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