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Project overview

Business Unit(s)


Year Completed



Pembroke Real Estate

Client Industry


Scope of Work

Infrastructure, Interiors, New Construction, Repositioning


825,000 sq. ft.


CBT Architects


Risk Management
Virtual Design & Construction

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Pembroke, Commonwealth Pier Revitalization

Resiliency Efforts At The Iconic Boston Seaport World Trade Center

The Commonwealth Pier Revitalization Project is an 825,000 sq. ft. commercial redevelopment project located in the Boston Seaport at the current location of the World Trade Center. The project lies predominantly in the water, involving a 50-year resiliency plan. The project creates a mixed-use program consisting of the redeveloped office space, new event and retail spaces, and public area improvements. 

The interior fitout of 600,000 sq. ft. within the newly revitalized World Trade Center recreates the office workplace experience. The fitout is comprised of entirely new MEPs and finishes for the construction of new open and enclosed office spaces, meeting and collaboration spaces, and amenity areas, such as multiple full service dining areas, health center, fitness center, and broadcast studio. 

The Seaport Event Space is a portion of the overall Commonwealth Pier Project consisting of approximately 79,000 sq. ft., primarily located on Level 3.

Resiliency Efforts

The rising water level in Boston Harbor threatens to cause catastrophic damage to local infrastructure as observed during the winter of 2018. Resiliency strategies on this project:

  • An eighteen-foot wide concrete apron walkway wraps the perimeter of the building for wave impact. Flanges were welded into the apron support steel with rods connecting the jacket of the supporting caissons to connect the apron system and resist uplift forces. This connection to the caisson jackets was accomplished by utilizing underwater marine welding. 
  • Seepage Cutoff and Pressure Relief - A perimeter seepage cutoff wall and steel sheeting were installed on the interior of the existing seawall to limit water infiltration into the subsurface zone below the slab on grade
  • Resilient Curb at Perimeter of Building - To accommodate future sea level rise, a perimeter waterproofed curb was incorporated into the facade system designs. This curb is also integrated into the apron and building structural systems. The height of the curb was based on a 2070, 100 year storm event design criteria. The curb is utilized on the majority of the 2,500+ linear foot perimeter building with the exception of doorways and other openings.