Build P7

Current Construction Look-Ahead

March 2024

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Erecting steel and precast over I-90 EB and WB. This includes but is not limited to, grouting precast joints, installation of neoprene pads for the precast panels, tensioning all fasteners. To be finished with a topping slab.

Drainage utilities along the median. This work will entail excavation of the work zone adjacent to the erected steel. Crews will install reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) for the main with Ductile Iron (DI) pipe to the catch basins previously set in the median. This drainage network will be tied into the future tower through two 15” tower drains.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Crews recently have completed the water, sewer, and electrical/telecom services into the building #3 from Beacon Street. They have also placed concrete at the East approach of the bridge and repaved the roadway east of the bridge.

Working diligently to complete the expansion joint replacement and sidewalk restoration. Crews will be completing the concrete work to enable the new staircase down from Beacon bridge. The remaining of utilities is at highway elevation to complete the below grade sewer and Rainwater Leader installation

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Crews have recently, cast the foundation walls at building #4, and erected steel over the foundation. There have been three precast panels installed to create a tank for chemical storage. This tank was lined with a High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) liner.

In the coming weeks there will be grade beams at elevation of the Brookline Ave placed. This will enable the completion of the metal decking and will allow for the placement of the top slab on the foundation. Out back of the building, at track elevation, crews will be working to install storm water injection wells.

4/3/2024

January 2023

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Erecting steel and precast over I-90 EB and WB. This includes but is not limited to, grouting precast joints, installation of neoprene pads for the precast panels, tensioning all fasteners. To be finished with a topping slab.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues building next to the Beacon Street Bridge Crews are working to complete sidewalk demolition in January. Ongoing work will continue for ductbank installation on other utility services on Beacon Street.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Work continues along Brookline Ave bridge Crews are working diligently on the building #4 foundation. All pile caps and grade beams have been formed and placed. FR&P of final wall will be completed in January. Work will continue as steel, precast panels and metal decking installation will begin in February.

1/1/2023

Week of 03/01/2023

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Concrete placement for pile caps in the median is complete. Starting on March 6th, cranes will be mobilized to the median in preparation to receive and erect structural steel. Crane mobilization will last approximately one week, and then columns will be set in the median and along the MBTA right-of-way. These will be followed by a girder spanning the highway, and the girder that spans along the Beacon Street Bridge.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues at the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge Crews are preparing to place the concrete walls in building 3. Starting in mid-March, structural steel will be staged in the work zone for the new building.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Pile Driving at Sal’s pizza has been completed. Crews are working on and preparing for new building structures at the Brookline-Lansdowne intersection. A new temporary structure is being erected to facilitate new building structure construction.

Week of 02/14/2023

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Construction is underway to erect rebar and place concrete for the pile caps in the median. Columns for the first 5 Pile Caps have been erected on the south side of the highway. Starting mid-February, a new crane will be mobilized to the median of the highway to erect the median columns and overhead steel and precast panels.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues at the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge and the vaults under the bridge. Crews are nearing completion with repairs to the vaults under the bridge and related structures. The work zone has been reoriented on the bridge to allow crews to work on both sides of the bridge. Starting in mid-February, structural steel will be staged in the work zone for the new building. Concrete walls are being formed and placed in preparation for the new structural steel.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Pile Driving at Sal’s pizza has been completed. Crews are working on and preparing for new building structures at the Brookline-Lansdowne intersection. Starting in late February, a new temporary structure will be erected to facilitate new building structure construction.

Week of 02/01/2023

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Pile installation is complete, and construction is underway to erect rebar and place concrete for the pile caps in the median. Columns for the first 5 Pile Caps have been erected on the south side of the highway. Starting mid-February, a new crane will be mobilized to the median of the highway to erect the median columns and overhead steel and precast panels.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues at the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge and the vaults under the bridge. Crews are nearing completion with repairs to the vaults under the bridge and related structures. The work zone has been reoriented on the bridge to allow crews to work on both sides of the bridge. Starting in mid-February, structural steel will be staged in the work zone for the new building.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Pile Driving at Sal’s pizza has been completed.Crews are working on and preparing for new building structures at the Brookline-Lansdowne intersection.

Week of 1/18/2023

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Pile installation is complete, and construction is underway to erect rebar and place concrete for the pile caps in the median. Columns for the first 5 Pile Caps have been erected on the south side of the highway. Starting in late January and into early February, a new crane will be mobilized in late January to the median of the highway to erect the median columns and overhead steel and precast panels .

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues on the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge and the vaults under the bridge. Crews are nearing completion with repairs to the vaults under the bridge and related structures. The work zone has been reoriented on the bridge to allow crews to work on both sides of the bridge. Starting in late January and early February, structural steel will be staged in the work zone for the new building.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Pile Driving at Sal’s pizza has been completed. Crews are working on and preparing for new building structures at the Brookline-Lansdowne intersection.

1/19/2023

Week of 01/03

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Pile installation is complete, and construction is underway to erect rebar and place concrete for the pile caps in the median. Starting in January, columns will be erected on the eastbound side of the highway along the south wall. Once this is complete, a new crane will be mobilized in late January to the median of the highway to erect the median columns and overhead steel and precast panels

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues on the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge and the vaults under the bridge. Crews are nearing completion with repairs to the vaults under the bridge and related structures. Due to ongoing work on the bridge structure, the work zone will be flipped later in December back to a single work zone to facilitate structural steel erection.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Pile Driving at Sal’s pizza has been completed. Crews are working on and preparing for new building structures at the Brookline-Lansdowne intersection.

1/4/2023

Week of 12/07/2022

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Pile installation is complete, and construction is underway to erect rebar and place concrete for the pile caps in the median. Starting at the end of December, columns will be erected on the eastbound side of the highway along the south wall. Once this is complete, a new crane will be mobilized in January to the median of the highway to erect the median columns and overhead steel and precast panels

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues on the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge and the vaults under the bridge. Crews are nearing completion with repairs to the vaults under the bridge and related structures. Due to ongoing work on the bridge structure, the work zone will be flipped later in December back to a single work zone to facilitate structural steel erection.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Pile Driving at Sal’s pizza has been resumed.Crews are driving piles and preparing for new building structures at the Brookline-Lansdowne intersection.

12/21/2022

Weeks of 11/20 and 11/27

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Cranes have been demobilized from the median. Pile installation is complete, and construction is underway to erect rebar and place concrete for the pile caps in the median. Starting at the end of December, columns will be erected on the eastbound side of the highway along the south wall. Once this is complete, a new crane will be mobilized in January to the median of the highway to erect the median columns and overhead steel and precast panels

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues on the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge and the vaults under the bridge. Crews are roughly half complete with repairs to the vaults under the bridge and related structures. Due to ongoing work on the bridge structure, the work zone will be flipped later in December back to a single work zone.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Pile Driving at Sal’s pizza has been resumed. Crews are driving piles and preparing for new building structures at the Brookline-Lansdowne intersection.

12/08/2022

Week of 10/10 & 10/18

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Both cranes continue to drive piles in the median. Pile installation will wrap up at the end of the October and beginning of November. As the pile groups are completed, the piles will be excavated for forming, reinforcing, and placing of pile cap concrete.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues on the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge and the vaults under the bridge. Crews are roughly half complete with repairs to the vaults under the bridge and related structures. Due to ongoing work on the bridge structure, the work zone will be flipped later in October.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Pile Driving at Sal’s pizza have been put on hold while the crews work on the median piles.

Weeks of 8/14 & 8/21

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Two cranes have been mobilized to the median to drive piles, and are now driving piles in the median at both Beacon Street and Brookline Ave. The pile installation will continue through the summer and into the fall.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues on the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge. Concrete placements have begun on slabs and grade beams following the column installations on the northwest work zone. Due to the removal of the fixed work zone, a temporary stair tower has been erected as a means of access for crews.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Pile Driving at Sal’s pizza has been put on hold while the crews work on the median piles.

8/12/2022

Weeks of 7/31 & 8/7

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

The crane has been mobilized to the median to drive piles, and is currently being prepared for pile driving. The pile installation will continue through the summer and into the fall. In addition to the pile driving operation, the next set of columns has been installed on the westbound side of the highway. Plumbing and bracing of the columns will continue over the next few weeks.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues on the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge. Concrete placements have begun on slabs and grade beams following the column installations on the northwest work zone. Due to the removal of the fixed work zone, a temporary stair tower has been erected as a means of access for crews.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Pile Driving has begun for the new building next to Sal’s Pizza. Solider piles and temporary bracing will go in first, followed by permanent piles and concrete.

7/29/2022

Weeks of 7/17 & 7/24

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

The fixed work zone barriers have been moved to the median on both sides of the highway. In the next week, the pre-existing concrete barriers will be demolished, which will be followed by asphalt removal and work zone setup. In late July, a crane will be mobilized to the median to drive piles. The pile installation will continue through the summer and into the fall. In addition to the pile driving operation, the next set of columns will be installed in the third week of July.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues on the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge. Concrete placements have begun on slabs and grade beams following the column installations on the northwest work zone. Due to the removal of the fixed work zone, a temporary stair tower has been erected as a means of access for crews.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Utility cutovers are now complete, and the utility bridge has been removed. Work has completed on the utility clean up, and work has begun on the new building in the Grassy Knoll, including driving piles and preparing for the future building.

7/15/2022

New Phase of Turnpike Work Begins June 25th

Beginning on July 9th, the work zone on I-90 Eastbound in Boston between Brookline Avenue and Beacon Street will shift from its low-speed (right) to high-speed (left) lane. There will continue to be three lanes open and the lane closure approaching the work zone will not change. The timeline of this lane shift is weather dependent.

If you have been driving the Turnpike regularly, you’re probably accustomed to the current lane shifts. With these changes coming, please pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

Additional overnight lane reductions will continue to be used to shorten the duration of work where feasible and permitted, to reduce impacts to daily commuters on the highway. These dates and work are weather dependent. Always check the Current Construction Updates page for the latest information.

Weeks of 6/26 & 7/3

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

The fixed work zone barriers have been moved to the median on the westbound side of the highway. The Permanent barrier is being placed on the Eastbound side of the highway, and the work zone will be moved to the median following the 4th of July holiday weekend. Once the fixed barrier is installed on both sides of the median, stair towers will be erected and demolition will begin on the median concrete barrier. This will lead into installation of driven H-piles over the summer months.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues on the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge. Concrete placements have begun on slabs and grade beams following the column installations on the north west work zone. Due to the removal of the fixed work zone, a temporary stair tower has been erected as a means of access for crews.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Utility cutovers are now complete, and work has begun to remove the utility bridge. The utility bridge spans have been removed over the highway and tracks, and all that remains is the pier at the median, which will be demolished when the fixed work zone is established. On top of the bridge, minor touch up and finishing work is being completed to finalize the work completed in the utility cutover.

6/24/2022

Weeks of 6/12 & 6/19

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Column Erection has begun on I-90 Westbound. This work will continue for several weeks. While the columns are being installed, the permanent concrete barrier is being formed, and cast in place. This will be complete in the coming weeks. Once the permanent barriers are in place, the work zone will be repaved, and the steel barriers will be removed. On the Eastbound side of the highway, concrete barriers are also being formed in preparation for placement of concrete. Once the barriers are poured and cured, this work zone will also be repaved, and the barriers will be removed. On each side of the highway, once the barrier is removed from the low-speed lanes, the barrier will be installed in the high-speed lanes to develop a permanent work zone in the median.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Work continues on the new building next to the Beacon Street Bridge. The grade beams and slabs are being prepared for concrete placement. While this work is being performed, sewer, drainage, and electrical grounding is being installed

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Utility cutovers are now complete, and work has begun to remove the utility bridge. During the next coming weekend (6/10-6/12), the utility bridge will be demolished and removed to make way for the future building. On top of the bridge, minor touch up and finishing work is being completed to finalize the work completed in the utility cutover.

6/9/2022

Week of 5/2

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Work Continues on both Eastbound and Westbound work zones of I-90. Behind the temporary steel barriers on I-90 Westbound, the pile cap installation has been completed, including embedded steel, rebar, and concrete. In the area adjacent to the Beacon Street Bridge, SOE is being installed to facilitate installation of rebar and concrete for the future building. Preparation is underway to form and place the permanent concrete barrier. Once this barrier is restored, the work zone will be shifted to the median and the westbound low speed lane will be restored. On I-90 Eastbound, caps have also finished installation, and are currently being backfilled. Once backfilled, the permanent barriers will be formed and installed, just as on the Westbound side. Please continue to drive carefully through the work zones and pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, barriers, signage, and construction workers

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

The work zone has been restored following the Boston Marathon, and work continues in crews are working to install rebar and pour concrete for the upcoming construction adjacent to the MBTA vent building on Beacon Street. The SOE for this work is being installed by a crane set up in the westbound work zone.

BROOKLINE AVE BRIDGE

Work is ongoing to complete utility cutovers onto the existing bridge steel, which will be completed in the coming weeks. Following completion of the cutover, the utility bridge will be demolished, and piers will be taken down. This demolition will take place in the early summer months.

5/2/2022

Weeks of 1/2/2022 and 1/9/2022

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Work continues in the work zones on both Westbound and Eastbound. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 Westbound, work is continuing to install the pile caps along the North side of the highway. Caps are being formed and poured, and Embedded Beams are being installed. On I-90 Eastbound, drilled micro-piles installation is continuing along the south side of the highway. As material arrives and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in nighttime lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone at night. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions now flows into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic continues to have a dedicated bike lane. Eastbound vehicle traffic is to share the road with cyclists as there currently is not a dedicated eastbound bike lane. There are pedestrian walkways on both sides of the traffic lanes. A temporary walkway has been established for eastbound pedestrians. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street. This walkway is separated from eastbound traffic lane and the work zone by barriers. Work on Beacon Street will be performed during the day. Consult the electronic message board on Beacon Street eastbound between Maitland Street and Munson Street for additional details.

BROOKLINE AVENUE BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the Brookline Ave Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will continue to be active single lanes, but are now shared with cyclists. Pedestrians crossing the bridge in both directions will be diverted to the sidewalk on the east side of the bridge. Please use the crosswalks on the opposite sides of Landsdowne Street and Newbury Street when moving to and from the east sidewalk. A MBTA bus stop is located on the Kenmore square side of the bridge, opposite Newbury Street.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge. • Soldier Piles have been driven along both sides of The Massachusetts Turnpike I-90 • Drilled micro piles and driven H piles have been installed along the north side of the highway, I-90 Westbound. • Temporary concrete barriers and impact attenuators have been installed to establish work zones on both the East side of the Beacon Street Bridge and the West side of the Brookline Ave. Bridge.

1/6/2022

Weeks of 12/5 and 12/12

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 Westbound, drainage structures and pile caps are being prepped during the day and night. On I-90 eastbound, drilled micro-piles area being installed. As material arrives at and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in nighttime lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will flow into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic will continue to have a dedicated bike lane, with eastbound vehicle traffic sharing the road with cyclists. Pedestrian traffic heading eastbound (toward Kenmore Square) will be diverted to a temporary walkway that goes around the work zone. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street. Work on Beacon Street will be performed during the day. Consult the electronic message board on Beacon Street eastbound between Maitland Street and Munson Street for additional details.

BROOKLINE AVENUE BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the Brookline Ave Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will continue to be active single lanes, but are now shared with cyclists. Pedestrians crossing the bridge in both directions will be diverted to the sidewalk on the east side of the bridge. Please use the crosswalks on the opposite sides of Landsdowne and Newbury Street when moving to and from the east sidewalk. A MBTA bus stop is located on the Kenmore square side of the bridge, opposite Newbury Street.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge. • Soldier Piles have been driven along both sides of The Massachusetts Turnpike I-90 • Drilled micro piles and driven H piles have been installed along the north side of the highway, I-90 Westbound

12/6/2021

Weeks of 11/7 and 11/14

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 Westbound , driven H piles are being installed during the day and night. On I-90 eastbound, drilled micro-piles area being installed. As material arrives at and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in nighttime lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will flow into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic will continue to have a dedicated bike lane, with eastbound vehicle traffic sharing the road with cyclists. Pedestrian traffic heading eastbound (toward Kenmore Square) will be diverted to a temporary walkway that goes around the work zone. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street. Work on Beacon Street will be performed during the day. Consult the electronic message board on Beacon Street eastbound between Maitland Street and Munson Street for additional details.

BROOKLINE AVENUE BRIDGE

Night time utility work continues to be conducted on the Brookline Avenue Bridge. Utility work will be conducted on either side of side of the bridge for underground utilities. Be cautious of active construction work and follow directions provided on temporary signage. 2 City of Boston light poles will be removed on the west side of the bridge the week of 11/14.

A work zone will be established on the Brookline Ave Bridge starting 11/14. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will continue to be active single lanes, but are now shared with cyclists. Pedestrians crossing the bridge in both directions will be diverted to the sidewalk on the east side of the bridge. Please use the crosswalks on the opposite sides of Landsdowne and Newbury Street when moving to and from the east sidewalk.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge. • Soldier Piles have been driven along both sides of The Massachusetts Turnpike I-90

11/5/2021

Weeks of 10/24 and 10/31

MASS TURNPIKE 1-90

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 Westbound , drilled micro-piles and driven H piles are being installed during the day and night. On I-90 eastbound, drilled micro-piles area being installed. As material arrives at and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in nighttime lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone. You may also see temporary fence being installed inside the work zone. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will flow into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic will continue to have a dedicated bike lane, with eastbound vehicle traffic sharing the road with cyclists. Pedestrian traffic heading eastbound (toward Kenmore Square) will be diverted to a temporary walkway that goes around the work zone. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street. Work on Beacon Street will be performed during the day. Consult the electronic message board on Beacon Street eastbound between Maitland Street and Munson Street for additional details.

BROOKLINE AVENUE BRIDGE

Night time utility work continues to be conducted on the Brookline Avenue Bridge. Utility work will be conducted on either side of side of the bridge for underground utilities and a new temporary fire hydrant. Be cautious of active construction work and follow directions provided on temporary signage.

A work zone will be established on the Brookline Ave Bridge starting 10/26. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will continue to be active single lanes, but are now shared with cyclists. Pedestrians crossing the bridge in both directions will be diverted to the sidewalk on the east side of the bridge. Please use the crosswalks on the opposite sides of Landsdowne and Newbury Street when moving to and from the east sidewalk.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge. • Soldier Piles have been driven along both sides of The Massachusetts Turnpike I-90

10/25/2021

Weeks of 10/10 and 10/17

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 Westbound and westbound, drilled micro-piles and driven H piles are being installed during the day and night. On I-90 eastbound, drilled micro-pile installation will begin 10/14. As material arrives at and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in nighttime lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone, as there is also work happening on the underside of the Brookline Avenue Bridge. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will flow into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic will continue to have a dedicated bike lane, with eastbound vehicle traffic sharing the road with cyclists. Pedestrian traffic heading eastbound (toward Kenmore Square) will be diverted to a temporary walkway that goes around the work zone. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street. Work on Beacon Street will be performed during the day. Consult the electronic message board on Beacon Street eastbound between Maitland Street and Munson Street for additional details.

BROOKLINE AVENUE BRIDGE

Night time utility work continues to be conducted on the Brookline Avenue Bridge. Utility work will be conducted primarily on the north (Kenmore Square) side of the bridge. A new fire hydrant will be installed on the south side of the bridge the week of 10/18. Be cautious of active construction work and follow directions provided on temporary signage.

A work zone will be established on the Brookline Ave Bridge the week of 10/25. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will continue to be active single lanes, but are now shared with cyclists. Pedestrians crossing the bridge in both directions will be diverted to the sidewalk on the east side of the bridge. Please use the crosswalks on the opposite sides of Landsdowne and Newbury Street when moving to and from the east sidewalk.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge. • Soldier Piles have been driven along both sides of The Massachusetts Turnpike I-90 • Temporary power has been established on the North East side of the site

10/12/2021

Weeks of 9/27 and 10/4

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 Westbound and westbound, drilled micro-piles and driven H piles are being installed during the day and night. On I-90 eastbound, drilled micro-pile installation will begin 10/14. As material arrives at and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in nighttime lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone. You may also see temporary fence being installed inside the work zone. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will flow into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic will continue to have a dedicated bike lane, with eastbound vehicle traffic sharing the road with cyclists. Pedestrian traffic heading eastbound (toward Kenmore Square) will be diverted to a temporary walkway that goes around the work zone. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street. Work on Beacon Street will be performed during the day. Consult the electronic message board on Beacon Street eastbound between Maitland Street and Munson Street for additional details.

Both Sides of the Roadway on Beacon Street will be open the day of the Boston Marathon for participants and Sidewalks will be open for spectators. The regular Beacon street work zone will be set up as described above after the conclusion of the marathon.

BROOKLINE AVENUE BRIDGE

Night time utility work continues to be conducted on the Brookline Avenue Bridge. Utility work will be conducted primarily on the north (Kenmore Square) side of the bridge. Be cautious of active construction work and follow directions provided on temporary signage.

A work zone will be established on the Brookline Ave Bridge the week of 10/10. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will continue to be active single lanes, but are now shared with cyclists. Pedestrians crossing the bridge in both directions will be diverted to the sidewalk on the east side of the bridge. Please use the crosswalks on the opposite sides of Landsdowne and Newbury Street when moving to and from the east sidewalk.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge. • Soldier Piles have been driven along both sides of The Massachusetts Turnpike I-90

9/27/2021

Weeks of 9/12 and 9/19

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound, Drilled micro-piles are being installed during the day and night. On I-90 Westbound, driven pile rigging equipment is being set up. As material arrives at and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in nighttime lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone. You may also see temporary fence being installed inside the work zone. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will flow into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic will continue to have a dedicated bike lane, with eastbound vehicle traffic sharing the road with cyclists. Pedestrian traffic heading eastbound (toward Kenmore Square) will be diverted to a temporary walkway that goes around the work zone. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street. Work on Beacon Street will be performed during the day. Consult the electronic message board on Beacon Street eastbound between Maitland Street and Munson Street for additional details.

BROOKLINE AVENUE BRIDGE

Starting the week of 9/12, a night time utility work will be conducted on the Brookline Avenue Bridge. Utility work will be conducted primarily on the north (Kenmore Square) side of the bridge. Be cautious of active construction work and follow directions provided on temporary signage.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge. • Soldier Piles have been driven along both sides of The Massachusetts Turnpike I-90

9/10/2021

Weeks of 8/30 and 9/6

MASS TURNPIKE 1-90

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound, Drilled micro-piles are being installed during the day and night. On I-90 Westbound, excavation and temporary earth support are being installed during the day and night. As material arrives at and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in nighttime lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone. You may also see temporary fence being installed inside the work zone. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will flow into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic will continue to have a dedicated bike lane, with eastbound vehicle traffic sharing the road with cyclists. Pedestrian traffic heading eastbound (toward Kenmore Square) will be diverted to a temporary walkway that goes around the work zone. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street. Work on Beacon Street will be performed during the day. Consult the electronic message board on Beacon Street eastbound between Maitland Street and Munson Street for additional details.

BROOKLINE AVENUE BRIDGE

Starting the week of 9/6, a work zone will be established on the Brookline Avenue Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will continue to be active single lanes, but are now shared with cyclists. Pedestrians crossing the bridge in both directions will be diverted to the sidewalk on the east side of the bridge. Please use the crosswalks on the opposite sides of Landsdowne and Newbury Street when moving to and from the east sidewalk.

Be mindful of construction vehicles entering and exiting from the work zone on the south side of the bridge.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge. • Soldier Piles have been driven along both sides of The Massachusetts Turnpike I-90

8/31/2021

Weeks of 8/16 and 8/23

MASS TURNPIKE 1-90

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 eastbound, steel soldier piles are being installed during the night. On I-90 Westbound, excavation and temporary earth support are being installed during the day and night. As material arrives at and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in nighttime lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone. You may also see temporary fence being installed inside the work zone. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will flow into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic will continue to have a dedicated bike lane, with eastbound vehicle traffic sharing the road with cyclists. Pedestrian traffic heading eastbound (toward Kenmore Square) will be diverted to a temporary walkway that goes around the work zone. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street. Work on Beacon Street will be performed during the day. Consult the electronic message board on Beacon Street eastbound between Maitland Street and Munson Street for additional details.

BROOKLINE AVENUE BRIDGE

Starting the week of 8/15, a work zone will be established on the Brookline Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will continue to be active single lanes, but are now shared with cyclists. Pedestrians crossing the bridge in both directions will be diverted to the sidewalk on the east side of the bridge. Please use the crosswalks on the opposite sides of Landsdowne and Newbury Street when moving to and from the east sidewalk.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge. • Soldier Piles have been driven along the North Wall (I-90 Westbound)

8/16/2021

Week of 8/2 and 8/9

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound, steel soldier piles are being installed during the day and night. As material arrives at and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in nighttime lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone. You may also see temporary fence being installed inside the work zone. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

RAILROAD

Soldier piles are being installed adjacent to the tracks. Night work will continue as steel soldier piles are being installed during the day and night. Work is proceeding off revenue hours with no impact to regularly scheduled trains.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

A work zone has been established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will flow into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic will continue to have a dedicated bike lane, with eastbound vehicle traffic sharing the road with cyclists. Pedestrian traffic heading eastbound (toward Kenmore Square) will be diverted to a temporary walkway that goes around the work zone. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street.

BROOKLINE AVENUE BRIDGE

Starting 8/15, a work zone will be established on the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling in both directions will continue to be active single lanes, but are now shared with cyclists. Pedestrians crossing the bridge in both directions will be diverted to the sidewalk on the east side of the bridge. Please use the crosswalks on the opposite sides of Landsdowne and Newbury Street when moving to and from the east sidewalk.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge.

7/30/2021

Week of 7/19 and 7/26

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Brookline Avenue Bridge Enabling work continues. Night work will continue in the fixed work zones. As material arrives and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone.

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound, steel soldier piles are being installed during the day and night. You may also see temporary fence being installed inside the work zone. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

RAILROAD

Brookline Avenue Bridge Enabling work continues. Night work will continue as steel soldier piles are being installed during the day and night. Work is proceeding off revenue hours with no impact to regularly scheduled trains.

BEACON STREET BRIDGE

Starting 7/25 a fixed work zone will be established on the east side of the Beacon Street Bridge. Vehicle traffic traveling on both directions will flow into single lanes on the west side of the existing median. Westbound traffic will continue to have a dedicated bike lane, with eastbound vehicle traffic sharing the road with cyclists. Pedestrian traffic heading eastbound (toward Kenmore Square) will be diverted to a temporary walkway that goes around the work zone. The temporary walkway is between the work zone and the eastbound lane, so there is no need to cross the street.

COMPLETED WORK

• Priming and preparation of existing steel on the underside of Brookline Ave. Bridge • Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7). • A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge.

7/19/2021

Week of 7/5 and 7/12

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Brookline Avenue Bridge Enabling work continues. Night work will continue in the fixed work zones. As material arrives and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone. *Note: no work will be conducted on the July 4th Holiday or the July 5th observance.

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound, steel soldier piles are being installed during the day and night. You may also see temporary fence being installed inside the work zone. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

RAILROAD

Brookline Avenue Bridge Enabling work continues. Night work will continue on the underside of the Brookline Avenue Bridge for priming and utility support installation. Work is proceeding off revenue hours with no impact to regularly scheduled trains.

COMPLETED WORK

• Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7).

• A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge.

7/2/2021

Week of 6/20 & 6/28

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Brookline Avenue Bridge Enabling work continues.Night work will continue in the fixed work zones. As material arrives and leaves the site, deliveries and pick-ups will be made from the right lane. This work will result in lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone.

Work continues in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound, pre-excavation is being conducted for pile caps. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.

Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.

RAILROAD

Brookline Avenue Bridge Enabling work continues. Night work will continue on the underside of the Brookline Avenue Bridge for priming and utility support installation. Work is proceeding off revenue hours with no impact to regularly scheduled trains.

COMPLETED WORK

• Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7).

• A temporary railroad crossing has been constructed on MBTA property to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge.

6/18/2021

Week of 6/6/2021

MASS TURNPIKE I-90

Brookline Avenue Bridge Enabling work continues. Night work will continue on the underside of the Brookline Avenue Bridge for priming and utility support installation. This work will result in lane closures on both eastbound and westbound section of I-90 approaching the bridge. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the limits of our work zone.

Curbs are coming down and fences are going up in the work zones. Behind the temporary steel barriers installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound, existing sidewalks and guardrails are being removed and trucked offsite, while panels for a new temporary fence on the westbound side are being delivered and installed. Be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the work zone.


Please continue to move carefully through the work zones: pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see.


If you are a regular traveler on the Turnpike, you’re accustomed to the current lane configuration and this change will not affect the number of available travel lanes. We ask that you, please pay extra attention to your speed, lane markings, traffic signage, barriers, and any police or construction workers you see as this change is implemented. Additional overnight lane reductions will continue be used to shorten the duration of work where feasible and permitted, to reduce overall impacts to daily commuters on the highway.

RAILROAD

Brookline Avenue Bridge Enabling work continues. Night work will continue on the underside of the Brookline Avenue Bridge for priming and utility support installation. Work is proceeding off revenue hours with no impact to regularly scheduled trains.


A temporary crossing is being constructed. A temporary railroad crossing is being constructed on MBTA to enable contractor access beneath Brookline Ave Bridge. Work is proceeding off revenue hours with no impact to regularly scheduled trains.

COMPLETED WORK

Temporary steel barriers and impact attenuators have been installed along I-90 eastbound and westbound to establish the north and south construction work zones for Fenway Center Phase II (Parcel 7).

6/4/2021

Construction Timeline