Mixed Use—this new, yet old land development approach—blends residential, commercial, cultural, institutional, and/or industrial uses in one building or in multiple buildings that are very close to one another. The construction of Mixed Use buildings has mushroomed in recent years due to the demand for physically and functionally integrated facilities that provide for the ability to live, work and play in one complex. AHA has been a major asset to Mixed Use developers across the country to effectively engineer systems that meet the demands of multi-function buildings that feature a wide range of uses including office, retail, office, residential, entertainment and parking. Engineering for Mixed Use buildings is a fine art requiring the ability to combine multiple engineered systems for several business and residence types into one structure. AHA’s professional engineers have mastered the ability to meet and conform to building codes and standards for Mixed Use developments.

Market Expert:

David Woolson

Operations Director, Burlington
Burlington, MA
  • Residential/Corporate/Retail
  • Multifamily
  • Retail/Restaurant
  • Hospitality
  • Parking Structures
  • Boston Properties
  • DSF Advisors
  • Elkus Manfredi Architects
  • John Moriarity & Associates
  • KGD Architecture
  • Morris Communications
  • National Development
  • Nordblom Company
  • Prellwitz Chilinski Associates
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  • Avenu at Natick
  • Augusta Marriott & Convention Center
  • Cresent Central Station
  • Kimpton Overland Hotel
  • Lincoln City Cetner
  • Pencil Factory
  • Sheraton
  • South Campus Gateway
  • The Beat
  • Tuscan Village