MASSACHUSETTS MARITIME ACADEMY
HISTORIC RENOVATION - 2002
Cape Cod Canal side of the renovated building.
Front entry to the renovated building.
Interior museum space at the renovated building.
Hallway at the renovated building.
Seating area at the renovated building.
New classroom space at the renovated building.
The Copeland Building prior to renovations.
The Enterprise is published three times a year: Spring, Fall & Winter by the Massachusetts Maritime Academy Foundation.
This restoration of a 1932 National Historic Museum building provided classrooms, marine labs, a visitor's center, admissions and financial aid offices. The Commonwealth's Division of Capital Asset Management presented Keenan + Kenny with a Design Excellence Award, claiming it the most outstanding state renovation project since 1998.
LOCATION: Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts
PROJECT COST: $4 Million
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETION & OCCUPANCY: September 2002
M.E.P. ENGINEERS: Griffith & Vary Inc