My two career passions: working with firms who are using cutting edge scientific discovery to create products that make people’s lives better, and planning and managing the creation of new or expanded environments for our partners and clients to thrive in.
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We’ve been busy here at Hereva!
Over the past few months, we’ve participated in events that benefit our community, industry, and team.
These events reflect our core values: integrity, education, partnership, community and commitment – and we’ve dedicated a new page on our website to share our experiences. Some highlights include:
First, let me tell you who I am not. I am not an environmental scientist, a climatologist, or an expert in resiliency. I am not on any committees for climate change at the federal, state or local level. I’ve not been studying climate change for years. I’m not an expert by any stretch of the imagination. However, I am a member of our real estate community. I’m a program planner and a project manager – representing owners who are designing and building commercial real estate projects for their organizations.
On April 12, I attended the 4th annual XConomy Robotics Conference, Robo Madness: Homecoming. Experts from around the world convened at the iRobot HQ in Bedford, MA, the pioneering firm from which numerous robotics and A.I. companies have emerged.
By Ethan Weiss
I must begin this blog post by expressing my sincere appreciation and thanks to Hereva for taking a chance on an intern and giving me the biggest opportunity of my young life. Almost one year later I sit here reflecting on where I began and where I am now.
On May 31, 2018, Waverley Hall was awarded a City of Cambridge Historic Preservation Award by the Cambridge Historical Commission. The project was recognized for the exceptional quality of the work, and extent to which the project contributed to the preservation of the property. Congratulations to the project team on this wonderful distinction!
You probably already knew that Hereva thrives under challenging circumstances on our projects, however, we love a challenge even more when it benefits those in need – amazing nonprofit organizations that are tackling issues like homelessness, sustainability and hunger right here in our Cambridge and Kendall Square community.
In May Hereva held our first networking event around a topic women in our industry can all relate to: From Site to Night – How do You Navigate a Day That Begins at a Construction Site and Ends at a Gala? We co-hosted the event with SmithGroup at the gorgeous Steelcase WorkLife Center in Boston’s Seaport.
By Brian Lynch
Most of my career in the planning, design, construction, and operations of buildings has been in the pharmaceutical research & development industry. For nearly 15 years, I was fortunate to work for a corporation who valued functionality, flexibility, and design in (nearly) equal regard – and had the leadership and resources to back it up. Large projects – regardless of geographic location – were marked by creativity, technical complexity, multi-dimensional stakeholder management, and collaborating with exceptional third-party partners in architecture, engineering, lab planning, and construction management.