It takes several decades to have a broad based and well-rounded approach to design and problem solving. Clark Brewer is an Architect with 30 years of professional experience who has the breadth of knowledge to collaborate with individual clients, developers, and construction professionals to take ideas and bring them to fruition in an efficient, environmentally sensitive, and cost-effective manner.
Each project has a unique set of problems and opportunities. We start with a thorough review of existing conditions and then move in to an in depth review and discussion of ideas, vision and goals. This begins the creative process combining practical options and enhanced vision. Once a final design is established, we create construction documents, facilitate any permitting and provide coordination throughout the construction process to ensure that the project is carried out to the highest quality standards.
We manage all stages of a project- from the pre-development phase through construction and completion. We collaborate with owners, investors, contractors, engineers, and other specialized trades people, to foster a team approach to ensure strong communication, efficiency, adherence to budget, and ultimately a highly successful result.
Working with a client or community involves identifying stakeholders and working within a multi-layered system requiring detailed contract documents, bidding procedures and contract support. Taking a project from design to completion has a number of steps that include various problems to avoid and opportunities to engender. With extensive knowledge of the municipal process, including zoning laws, building codes, public policy, and regulatory and statutory guidelines.
Prior to establishing his architectural firm in 2000, Mr. Brewer designed and managed a wide range of projects at several nationally and internationally renowned Boston architecture firms.
Clark is a graduate of Carnegie-Mellon University, a member of the American Institute of Architects and the Boston Society of Architects and volunteers his time as chairman and elected to the Cohasset Planning Board, as well as chairman of the Cohasset Master Plan committee and the Cohasset Affordable Housing committee and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council's South Shore coalition. Clark is committed to public service.
Clark's experience encompasses competencies in architectural design, sustainable design, project management, cost estimating, planning, engineering, construction, construction management and public policy. From residential transformations to commercial development, he demonstrates his skill, professionalism and expertise in project management, team building, high performance building and sustainable design.
Clark Brewer, architect architecture and planning
Mixed use and business campus development:
980-978 Worcester Street, Wellesley. New construction 25,000 sf retail and office space with 75,000 sf, 36 unit mixed income housing project.
Depot Court, Cohasset, MA: mixed use 9,800 sf, new construction with retail, office and residential.
Goleta: retail multi-building shopping center as part of a master planned mixed use development, new construction 61,075 sf City of Goleta, CA
MJR Allston, three story, masonry 30,000 sf, mixed use retail/office with parking under, urban infill building.
LIFT productions, New Orleans, LA 200,000 sf, film studio campus.
Plymouth Marine, Plymouth, MA: Marina master plan campus, new 10,000 sf storage/repair building.
Graham Waste Services, Cohasset, MA: master plan with 25,000 sf multipurpose facility and pumping facility.
J C Higgins/Emcor, J C Higgins headquarters, Stoughton, total renovation of existing office building.
Global / exodus data center 150,000 sf fast track, design build project, focusing on team delivery of services.
Cabot Place 2, Waltham, MA: Cabot Cabot and Forbes, 100,000 sf four story new office building with 800 car parking garage and tenant fit up upgrades to existing facility.
The Savings Bank - Odd Fellows Hall, Wakefield, MA: 35,000 sf total transformation of historic fire damaged structure and interconnection to adjacent retail banking facility.
South Shore Hellenic Church: Cohasset, MA community center expansion.
Cohasset public safety building: Cohasset, MA: building envelope, layout improvements for regional dispatch.
Weymouth Fire Department Headquarters, Weymouth, MA: historic restoration including full exterior upgrade.
Winchester Public Library: Winchester, MA: total reconstruction and restoration of community library.
Wellington T station, Medford, MA: innovative 1,000’ horizontal elevator, 1,500 car parking garage.
JFK Federal Building, Boston, MA: high rise and low rise building modernization with GSA project engineers.
978 Worcester Street, Wellesley, MA: 70,000 sf 36 unit residential building in mixed use development.
Hingham Housing Trust: 80 Beal Street, 8-12 unit existing building adaptive reuse and creative design.
South Glebe, Arlington, VA: 220 unit, city block sized residential development with integrated parking, TCR.
Carlyle Center, Alexandria, VA: 280 unit, city block sized residential development, in master planned, with TCR
Multifamily projects include: 340 North Main Street and 25 Ripley Road, Cohasset, MA, 108 Kilby St, Hingham.
Waterville Housing Authority, Maine, upgrade existing occupied units, with phased improvements.
Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA: total renovation to live/work space for young artists and writers.
Massport soundproofing project: acoustical design retrofit in 100’s of units, created cost estimating system.
Residential single family work includes: high end cooperative building design 5th Avenue NYC, ocean front and water view/front villas in St. John and Hydra, Greece. Palaces in Saudi Arabia and many major house transformation and new home designs throughout eastern Massachusetts.
Vineyard Vines: Multiple expansion rollout locations throughout the US: Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Wrentham, Prudential Center, MA, Foxwoods in CT, Orlando and Naples FL, Southlake TX, Walnut Creek CA, Cincinnati, OH. Branch banks: standards integration, renovation, upgrade, ADA programs include: Citibank, Chase, Bank of America: locations throughout the US. Santander Bank: 80+ projects throughout the Boston area.
Starbucks: renovation program and standards integration.
TGIF: multiple Standards and full renovation upgrades at locations in Boston area.
Justine’s Table: Wellesley, MA: new construction high end full service restaurant in new mixed use building.
SmartCar, Fairfield CT: new prototype for environmentally responsible car dealership with USGBC LEED rating.
Santander: office space upgrade Woburn, MA., training rooms: Sandwich, Framingham, Worcester,
Parsons Commercial Group, Milford, MA: misc. tenant fit up for adaptive reuse and suite layout.
Brigantine Square, Plymouth, MA: new façade and upgrade for existing building.
Holliston Management, Holliston, MA: 60,000 sf, 2 new buildings.
Winn-Dixie Supermarket renovations program.
Level 3, Needham, MA: 320,000 sf data center with innovative and high quality design approach.
Casa Del Mar, Santa Monica, CA: transformation, seismic upgrades of historic beach building to a 5 star hotel.
Post Eye Care Center, Plymouth, MA: tenant fit up for well organized client.
Investcorp, NYC and Bahrain, tenant fit up, high quality interiors.
Fed EX distribution, Lexington, MA: reuse for operation support facility.
Various retail banking renovations and new construction including: North Adams Cooperative Bank, Citizens Bank, BayBank, Bank of New England and Bank Boston retail branch banks.