Photography © Tom Lange

Over the course of several years, the firm undertook multiple renovation projects for the MFA. These included provisions for mobility impaired accessibility to the Fraser Garden Courtyard (demolished for construction of the new Foster wing), and new collections storage facilities and equipment for the Department of Prints, Drawings and Photographs and for the Departments of American and European Decorative Arts. Also included were designs of new art receiving and packing areas for the Registrar’s Department and new office space for the Department of European Decorative Arts.

In addition to the projects noted above, the firm prepared numerous studies aimed at improvements to collections care and handling spaces, often resulting in low budget improvements to storage spaces, conservation labs and collections study areas. Although the Museum's recent construction of a major new wing has resulted in the demolition of some of these improvements, many are still fully utilized.