Edgewater Trail

Located in Boston’s Edgewater neighborhood, the Edgewater Greenway project offers the chance for DCR to fulfill its mission: "to protect, promote, and enhance our commonwealth of natural, cultural, and recreational resources for the well-being of all." Through a partnership with the community, DCR proposes to transform this part of the Neponset River Reservation into an…Read More

Quincy Square

Vibrant urban design has transformed an aging, underused surface parking lot to a modern, mixed-use plaza that connects pedestrians to the downtown area, a new underground parking garage, and local businesses. Flanked by new and existing mixed-use space, the reimagined plaza provides an attractive and accessible setting for informal gatherings, outdoor dining, food trucks, and…Read More

Downtown Rotary and Streetscape Improvements

BSC Group worked with the Town of Hudson to plan, design, and construct improvements to the Town's historic rotary.  This project transformed an aging, industrial downtown to a vibrant, modern civic space. A cluster of restaurants, microbreweries, and cafes has earned the Town designation as a “culinary mecca for entrepreneurial restaurateurs priced out of Boston”…Read More

George Tirado Sr. Park

BSC Group was selected by the Waterbury Development Corporation (WDC) to design a new recreational facility on an abandoned five-acre property. During our previous on-call contract with Waterbury, BSC worked with city stakeholders to develop a master plan for the potential redevelopment of the Mad River Corridor, which consisted of five city-owned brownfield parcels along…Read More

City Parks Improvement Projects

Peace Park BSC Group’s landscape architects worked with the City of Worcester and a community group—Women Together Now (WTN), who were responding to a recent, senseless death in the area—to redevelop a derelict one-half acre parcel struggling with issues of crime and poverty. The park now serves as an aesthetic relieving greenspace in the center…Read More

Riverfront Park

BSC Group’s landscape architecture team assisted the Town of Orange in designing a .72-acre riverfront park on a former brownfield site. The community’s goals for the site included improved access to the waterfront area, as well as the creation of an attractive park setting for passive recreation and as such improvements include walking trails, benches,…Read More

Concord River Greenway

BSC Group provided permitting and landscape design services for the Concord River Greenway, a multi-use pathway linking Downtown Lowell and the Rogers Fort Hill neighborhood through a network of walkways between key urban features. The greenway provides passive recreational opportunities associated with the river including walking, biking, bird watching, and access for rafting, kayaking, and…Read More

Childe Hassam Park Design

The Friends of Childe Hassam Park and the City of Boston Parks and Recreation Department retained BSC to design a passive park for their South End neighborhood in Boston.  This diminutive 2,670 square-foot park is located at the intersection of Columbus Avenue and Chandler Street and was the site of an existing passive park that…Read More

Blackstone Gateway Park Design

BSC Group worked with the City of Worcester to produce a master plan and design for an urban park with trails and boardwalks to support hiking, biking, and nature education activities. Located on 34 acres of conservation land in the City of Worcester, alongside the Middle River, the park offers public access through a series…Read More

The Tremont at Northwest Park

BSC was retained by the Nordblom Company to design and oversee the construction of Tremont Residences at Northwest Park, a 180-unit rental apartment complex in Burlington, MA. BSC was responsible for the programming, preliminary design, and cost estimating for two courtyards totaling 27,100 square-feet. This included the preparation of detailed designs for various site amenities,…Read More