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rdg has a long history of working with both public and private educational clients. currently, we are working closely with amherst college and the university of massachusetts at amherst on a variety of architectural and engineering projects. the projects highlighted below and on the following pages indicate the range of services we can provide for educational facilities.


university of massachusetts at amherst, amherst, massachusetts

rdg is currently performing as architectural and engineering "house doctor" at the university of massachusetts at amherst, the largest campus in the massachusetts public university system. our first project there was performed in 1988, an ada review of the auditorium to provide handicapped access. in 1994 we performed a systems review of the university medical center in clinton. since 1995 we have been performing architectural and engineering services at the mather career center (a building review and roof replacement) and at the goessman chemistry building where our facility audit and hvac and architectural program study are under review for implementation. more than 130,000 s.f., with a construction value of $25 million, is slated for renovation at the goessman building.


amherst college, amherst, massachusetts

rdg is currently working on several projects at amherst college in amherst, massachusetts. this architectural and engineering renovation work is occurring at multiple sites throughout the campus, including the converse/music building, the athletic facility, and the webster/kirby building. we are also completing campus-wide infrastructure and engineering analyses. past projects include architectural and engineering work at the president's house, the mudd building, campus center, mead/fayerweather hall, and the merrill science center. the historic nature of the campus buildings under renovation requires extraordinary sensitivity to the architectural ambiance of the campus as a whole as well as expertise in the methodologies of historic renovation.

rowe design group provided design review, engineering, and construction management for a 90,000 s.f., $15 million high tech addition/renovation of the merrill science center designed by centerbrook architects. the project was brought in on time and under budget.

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