Marketing Center – Boston Seaport 2017 – Developer Leads with an example of LEED GOLD

Glenn CortArchitects, Modular Building, Uncategorized5 Comments

Quick to Deploy Buildings at Boston Seaport

Modern, quick to deploy buildings demonstrate vision for the future in Boston.

Triumph Modular worked with the development team at Berkshire Group to help them bring “the new Boston” to life in the thriving Seaport District of Boston. Berkshire wanted a temporary Seaport Boston Sales Officemarketing space that would accurately demonstrate their vision for the world-class residential and retail experience that will set the new standard for the city of Boston.

Triumph’s designs, although quick to deploy and relocate, accomplish that goal.  By sharing a vision of what the built environment should look and feel like and having a mutual understanding of the value of  green building, we can activate a developer’s vision well in advance of completion of their project.  The Benjamin/VIA is the largest ($600 Million) mixed-use project in the city of Boston in over 30 years.   We are very thankful for and take pride in helping to contribute to the shaping of Boston’s waterfront for the next generation to enjoy.

Marketing Center Quick Facts:

  • Modern Glass Architecture
  • 1008 SF, two modular units
  • Designed occupancy 30, target LEED Gold if permanent install
  • Construction waste under 200 lbs
  • PV ready, Rain Capture system
  • Integrated white boards and tack boards, pre-wired for digital projection and technology screens
  • LED down lights, Occupancy sensors, daylight sensors
  • Customized interior movable walls, custom color exterior wall panels, and exterior marker boards
  • Greenguard certified materials.

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A graduate of Boston University School of Law (90), Glenn left a legal career for Triumph in 2003. A LEED AP (USGBC) he works with clients primarily in preconstruction to form healthy foundations for successful projects. Glenn advocates for the value proposition in prefabricated forms of construction, believing in the many benefits of “activation space” or “swing space” as well in the “modularization” of permanent building construction. He also enjoys an active curriculum in architecture and building science.

5 Comments on “Marketing Center – Boston Seaport 2017 – Developer Leads with an example of LEED GOLD”


    Again, most impressive in concept , ability to extend or enlarge and/or green environmental.. as I said before this – you are ahead of the curve. Continue being one of the leaders you

  2. Glenn Cort

    Thanks Geo, our work is very rewarding most of the time. We are very fortunate to be working in a time and environment for our region of general economic health and vibrancy. Great architects and engineers conceiving of awesome built environments! They take us along for the ride. Humbly yours, Team Triumph

    Jack Sullivan

    Hey Cliff
    Love the work coming out of your company. I’m building a new summer house for myself on my island in Casco Bay Maine. It’s costing me a bloody fortune in labor and materials due to the cost of barging everything out to the island. In hindsight I wish I had considered something modular from Triumph? Oh well maybe next time. Or maybe I can convince one of my clients here in Wellesley to try it. All the best
    Jack Sullivan

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