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Boston University Data Science Center

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The Boston University Center for Computing & Data Sciences is a dynamic vertical campus building that leverages shifting free-floating volumes to organized research neighborhoods, each with their own outdoor terrace. Exposed two-story deep perimeter steel trusses cantilever to support the offset massing. A slender concrete core reduced building weight allowing the building to be supported by a concrete mat slab bearing on marine clay, eliminating the need for deep foundations. The project employed concrete with Portland cement replacement rates of up to 70%.

  • Course will award 1.0 hour of continuing education
  • This course is Diamond Review approved in 49 states. New York does not accept hours from recordings.
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  • Nathan Roy, P.E., Principal

    Nathan is a Principal with LeMessurier. He has developed a wide range of experience with projects in institutional, healthcare, cultural, retail and athletic sectors. Through collaboration with architects, owners and contractors, he has overseen the successful implementation of structural designs for new buildings, renovations of historic structures and specialty construction support.

  • Jamie Hamelin, P.Eng. Senior Associate

    Jamie is a Senior Associate at Entuitive with 12 years of industry experience. His project portfolio spans a variety of sectors including commercial, retail, sports and recreation, institutional, healthcare, cultural, residential, and transportation. His experience includes new construction and renovation/revitalization/retrofits.

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January 25, 2024
Thu 12:00 PM CST

Duration 1H 0M

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