Whole Foods North Atlantic
Regional Office
Marlborough, MA
Shake Shack Home Offices
West Village, New York, NY
Boston Scientific
Marlborough, MA
Xaverian Brothers
Westwood, MA
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People. Building. doesn’t just happen on construction sites. CM&B understands that our people are literally building our client’s businesses every day. We believe that to create effective commerce in today’s workplace, an office environment needs to be comfortable and productive. Our team continually collaborates with our clients to find creative workplace solutions while tracking new and innovative office trends. Whether it’s building co-working spaces, corporate headquarters, technology-focused settings or more traditional office spaces, we have the experience to keep a close eye on your budget, occupancy and growth requirements. 

 

Additionally, CM&B is proud to work with Academic partners to help create the spaces in which students’ learning can flourish and excel. Our expertise allows us to exceed a simple understanding of an educational community’s needs. Creating innovative educational construction solutions means understanding a school’s mission, vision and core values.

Office / Academic Experts

Sean Fahy
Sean Fahy
Jeremy CM+B-0216-web800px
Jeremy Pollender
Rob Harrison
Robert Harrison
Leah Blackman
Leah Blackman

Project List

Boston Scientific
Marlborough, MA
WeWork One Lincoln
Boston, MA
152 Grove Street
Waltham, MA
Xaverian Brothers - Ryken Wing
Westwood, MA
The Roxbury Latin School
West Roxbury, MA
Shake Shack Home Offices
West Village, New York, NY
WeWork Seaport
Boston, MA
Atlantic Realty Development
Lynnfield, MA
Xaverian Brothers - Academic/Science Wing
Westwood, MA
Catholic Charities
Lynn, MA
Whole Foods North Atlantic Regional Office
Marlborough, MA
WeWork Portland Street
Boston, MA
Boston Private Bank & Trust
Mutiple Locations
Ursuline Academy
Dedham, MA
Bright Horizons
Multiple Locations

Office Trends

Open Collaborative Spaces

The traditional format of work spaces are shifting to places were teams can congregate and collaborate with comfortable seating, interactive technology and screen sharing capabilities. Although it’s not a new phenomenon to have collaborative spaces within the office design, the look and feel has dramatically changed from stiff boardroom and clunky cubicles to unconventional work areas and open collaborative spaces. As this evolving landscape of the workplace continues to flourish, it sets up a dynamic opportunity for employers, architects and construction managers to collaborate.