Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Year Built: 1912
Original Architect: James E. McLaughlin
Opened in 1912, Fenway Park is the oldest major league baseball park in the United States and is designated as a National Landmark. Fenway Park was originally designed by James E. McLaughlin and is constructed of steel, brick and concrete and is comprised of several buildings making up the park, its most famous being the original 1912 Yawkey Building.
As part of a comprehensive restoration, funded in part by Federal Historic Tax Credits, BCA has provided the Red Sox with services including survey of the condition of Fenway’s brick and concrete building envelopes, preparing drawings and specifications for repair of historic fabric, and monitoring work during construction.
Awards: Preservation Massachusetts Award