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City of Boston, Boston Public Library

Designed by renowned American architect Philip Johnson and opened in 1972, the Johnson Building is considered an iconic modern building that has been designated a Boston Landmark. The improvements for the Johnson Building included realizing the goals of the BPL’s strategic plan with new program areas, improving access to the historic McKim Building and stronger street-level connections to the City. The renovations also addressed building systems upgrades and required scope to meet current codes.

For more information on this project, visit our Project at a Glance page.