JCJ Architecture Announces Expansion of Presence in Boston / by Emily Koehler

Firm relocates to centralized offices in the heart of Downtown Boston.

JCJ Architecture recently announced the firm’s relocation of its Boston office to One State Street as part of its continued expansion within the market. The firm’s move to One State Street will accommodate plans to hire additional employees in this location as well as provide its current and future clients better access to project teams with a more centralized location.

JCJ’s Boston office expansion marks the next step in our firm’s continuing growth trajectory. As part of the strong Boston architectural community, we remain committed to designing higher education, K-12 education, mixed use, commercial and civic buildings of the highest quality for the Commonwealth and its communities.
— Peter Stevens, President of JCJ Architecture

JCJ’s Boston office expansion marks the next step in our firm’s continuing growth trajectory. As part of the strong Boston architectural community, we remain committed to designing higher education, K-12 education, mixed use, commercial and civic buildings of the highest quality for the Commonwealth and its communities.

With a history of working across the state of Massachusetts dating back to the 1970’s, JCJ Architecture opened its original Boston office in 2010. The firm’s recent work ranges from projects on the University of Massachusetts’ Dartmouth and Amherst campuses to planning and design projects for the towns of Marblehead, Norton, Groveland, Haverhill, Longmeadow, Southwick Taunton and Plainfield..

This is a mature New England firm that values its heritage while continually challenging itself to move forward. We firmly believe that architecture should be inspirational, transformative and sustainable. Our new Boston location will build upon JCJ’s history of designing spaces that meet these qualities and create meaningful experiences – all while meeting the stringent project performance requirements that are part of the firm’s balanced and measured approach.
— Roger Stein, Project Director in JCJ’s Boston office

About JCJ Architecture

Founded in 1936, JCJ has offices in Boston, Hartford, New York, Phoenix and San Diego. The firm is recognized nationally as one of the country’s most respected architecture firms, providing clients with comprehensive planning, programming, architectural and interior design, project management and construction administration services. With a long-standing reputation for creativity, excellence and business acumen, JCJ Architecture works across a broad range of building types including civic, and K-12 and higher education, entertainment and hospitality.