by Kaitlyn Budion News@Northeastern In Boston’s barren winter months, it certainly seems that the nature around us has little to offer. The summer flowers have long since faded and the vibrant fall leaves seem like a distant memory. All that’s left is gray skies, frigid wind, and brown grass—and that’s only if it’s warm enough […]
Northeastern University’s Facility division is hard at work on a number of projects around campus this summer. This map shows all the locations of the areas being worked on.
More than 1,400 individual trees, representing 143 different species, shelter the walkways between buildings and surround the open green spaces on Northeastern’s Boston campus.
The dramatic construction of a visually stunning bridge that promises to become a landmark for the university.
Northeastern celebrates Arbor Day by hosting a seedling giveaway and a tour of trees at the first Arbor Day.
Northeastern’s Boston campus is an urban oasis with more than 100 species of trees. Chuck Doughty, who oversees the university’s landscaping, is working to turn the campus into an accredited arboretum.
The William E. Carter Playground on Columbus Avenue in Boston has received significant upgrades as a result of a public-private partnership between Northeastern and the city of Boston.
Northeastern is on a delayed opening Wednesday after a massive snowstorm dumped well over a foot of snow on the Greater Boston region, as Facilities crews worked around the clock to keep the university’s Massachusetts campuses clear and safe.
Northeastern University and the city of Boston broke ground Tuesday morning on the new William E. Carter Playground on Columbus Avenue, the result of a unique public-private partnership that involves developing a state-of-the-art athletic complex and expanded recreation opportunities for city residents and Northeastern students.