MGH Yawkey Center

Architectural design of the shell and core for a new hospital building and garage in Boston

Cambridge Seven Associates completed the Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care at Massachusetts General Hospital. This new 640,000-square-foot ambulatory building, designed in association with Michael Fieldman Architect, provides a new front door for the MGH campus. As architect for the design, documentation and construction administration of the shell and core of the Yawkey Center and underground garage, C7A was also responsible for the public design review process with historic agencies as well as neighborhood groups. In addition, Cambridge Seven Associates completed the master plan for a six-year expansion of the MGH campus, which included another C7A project, the adaptive reuse and transformation of the historic Charles Street Jail, a Boston landmark, into The Liberty Hotel.

Post-Occupancy: Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care

Architectural Record

In “Post-Occupancy: Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care,” Clifford A. Pearson of Architectural Record┬ádiscusses how architects Cambridge Seven Associates and Michael Fieldman bring order and an engaging public face to a large city hospital complex. “Adding a 440,000-square-foot clinic to an …