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Danehy Gateway Pavilion Project

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The Danehy Gateway Pavilion project, a collaboration between the Department of Public Works and the Department of Human Service Programs Recreation Division, is the construction of a new sports pavilion (5,800 sq. ft.) and other improvements to Danehy Park. Located at 100 New Street, the pavilion will serve sports teams from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS) and the community. The facility will provide female athletes with more equitable access to amenities, including new restrooms, changing and locker rooms, an athletic trainer’s room, a coach’s office, storage for athletic equipment, and multi-purpose space. The pavilion will also provide public restrooms for park visitors.

Additionally, the project scope includes lighting improvements to Danehy Dog Park, the provision of fiber optic to enable public internet access in the park, landscape improvements, and renovation of the existing New Street Parking Lot.

The project will be net‐zero emissions (all electric) and will target LEED Gold new construction and Passive House Certification. It will include a solar photovoltaic array and provisions for future electric vehicle charging stations.

The project is currently in the design phase with the architecture firm Cambridge Seven.  

The project is currently in the design phase with the architecture firm Cambridge Seven. See below for a full list of the design team!

Architect: CambridgeSeven
Landscape Architect: Stimson
MEP/FP: GGD Consulting Engineers
Structural: Odeh Engineers
Civil: Nitsch Engineering
Lighting: HLB Lighting Design

The project is currently in the design phase.

Adam Corbeil
Director of Recreation

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Page was last modified on 7/25/2023 3:43 AM
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