Services in Massachusetts
DH Glabe & Associates provides construction and structural engineering services in the Bay State of Massachusetts. This includes engineering for commercial, industrial, heavy civil, and Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) projects. DH Glabe & Associates Massachusetts services all cities throughout the state including Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Lowell, Pittsfield and Cambridge.
DHG has worked on several jobs throughout Massachusetts including the following select projects:
Scaffolding Engineering – New England Conservatory of Music Student Life and Performance Center Development Project
Boston, Massachusetts with Klimer Platforms: engineering and review of multiple mast climber platforms up to 140-feet tall. Work included structural analysis of the building for mast ties, cribbing/sill engineering, and analysis of cantilevered platforms.
Demolition Plan Engineering – Harvard Towers Restoration Project
Cambridge, Massachusetts with Safway Services: development of an engineered selective structural demolition plan. Work included structural analysis of the existing building, engineering of bracing to shore the structure during demolition, and a phasing plan for demolition activities.
Structural Engineering – The University Sports Complex at Starland Development Project
Hanover, Massachusetts with Adventure Solutions: engineering and design of a 40-foot tall by 300-foot long zip line amusement attraction. Work included concrete foundation design, review of zip cable pre-tensioning loads, engineering of structural steel and connection details.
The Massachusetts Statehouse is located in Boston and was designed by architect Charles Bulfinch. It has been enlarged since its completion in 1798 and is a true masterpiece in Federal Architecture. Its location is on 67 acres of land once owned by John Hancock and has the typical statehouse dome on top. This dome, originally made of wood, was covered in copper in 1802 before being covered by gold in 1874 but was stripped of the gold until it was re-gilded in 1997. On top of the dome there is a golden pinecone that represents the importance of the lumber industry in the state.
82 Wendell Avenue,STE 100,Pittsfield, MA 01201