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For the past four years, WBA has expanded our partnership with the Boston Arts Academy (BAA) to offer their students an opportunity to learn the architecture concepts and introduce them to a design profession in the AEC industry.
As we wrap up a very significant year for our firm – we turned 25 in 2022 – we asked our team about their reasons behind their passion for architecture for the arts and entertainment.
This honor recognizes preservation projects that are transformative, catalytic, embrace the community, create partnerships and revitalize the best of the past to make something good for the future.
“The project turned out just great! We have had so many people, random patrons even, tell us how happy they are with what we’ve done with the Parker…(WBA has) so clearly achieved the goals we had in the beginning, capturing its original charm, accenting the heritage, but making it feel fresh and renewed. Of course, for us, all the additional functionality helps so much.”- Kelley Shanley, President & CEO
The new facility will replace the Marina Civic Center that was lost to Hurricane Michael in 2018.