Dyer Brown has been working with Boston University - Information Services & Technology (IS&T) to assist with its master planning efforts to address the campus’ on-going space needs, and meet the University’s overall efficient and economic campus planning objectives that are ever-evolving.
Completed in multiple phases, Phase 1 consisted of a 28,000 SF gut renovation at a Commonwealth Avenue property. The scope of work included minor exterior renovations and interior space planning and build-out, providing a mix of workstations, private offices, conference rooms, training rooms, and numerous areas dedicated to team collaboration. Based on Dyer Brown’s expertise in workplace strategies, design standards were developed for IS&T through a rigorous interview process involving all of its eleven departments. By condensing the departments and reconfiguring interdepartmental adjacencies, the new design created workflow efficiencies, and yielded a more collaborative team environment.