Buyers Guide: ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge
ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge
501 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116
Phone: (617) 547-2200
Nationally recognized for design excellence and outstanding client service, ARC/ Architectural Resources Cambridge specializes in the planning and design of athletic, recreation and wellness facilities. We partner with academic institutions to design facilities that serve as dynamic hubs of campus activity. ARC’s award-winning portfolio includes projects for colleges and universities, independent schools and private organizations; these facilities include field houses, stadiums, and athletic centers and incorporate a full range of program areas such as gymnasiums, squash, tennis, pools, running tracks, ice rinks, dance studios, wrestling, weight rooms, locker rooms, training areas, coaches’ offices, dining and support facilities. With 40 years of expertise in sports and recreation facilities, ARC translates each client’s vision and goals into innovative designs that are functional, flexible and enrich the community.
See projects from this firm that have been featured in the Architectural Showcase:
The new 76,000 SF LEED Platinum Multipurpose Arena offers a state-of-the-art venue supporting events that bring Bentley community together. In addition to hosting the university’s NCAA Division I hockey team, the arena serves a variety of functions including concerts, career fairs, and orientations, with tiered seating for 2,000.
Cost: $37.4 million
SqFt: 75,212 SF
Tarrytown, New York
Designed to be more than an athletic facility, this LEED Gold wellness center offers indoor and outdoor gathering spaces and serves as a true campus hub. Program spaces include varsity basketball and multi-purpose gyms, squash center, pool, jogging track, fitness and weight training, wrestling and fencing venues, and multi-purpose rooms.
Cost: $45 million
SqFt: 115,000 SF
This LEED Platinum, award-winning Squash Center at Middlebury College offers nine international-size squash courts and tiered seating for spectators and visiting teams, enabling the College to host major tournaments. Other features include a fitness center, coach’s office and lobby with seating and spectacular views to the Green Mountains.
Cost: $6.5 million
SqFt: 17,775 SF
This 101,000 SF facility includes a multi-purpose competition gymnasium, raised running track, practice gymnasium, fitness/weight room, training room with hydrotherapy pools, three aerobics/dance/spinning rooms, two team meeting rooms, function room, nutrition and wellness classrooms and a juice bar.
Cost: $42 million
SqFt: 101,000 SF