Construction update - week of March 23, 2020

Building JK (1)

  •  Per the City of Boston and Cambridge moratorium, no activities will be taking place until the construction ban is lifted. Workers and crew may be on site to maintain emergency equipment and for make-safe activities. 

Site EF (2)

  • Excavation activities, backfilling, installation of sub slab materials, and hauling of materials off-site are ongoing.
  • Concrete pours will take place during the week and rebar will be set for the mud mat.

Site G (3)

  •  Per the City of Boston and Cambridge moratorium, no activities will be taking place until the construction ban is lifted. Workers and crew may be on site to maintain emergency equipment and for make-safe activities. 

Site I (4)

  •  Per the City of Boston and Cambridge moratorium, no activities will be taking place until the construction ban is lifted. Workers and crew may be on site to maintain emergency equipment and for make-safe activities. 

Site H (5)

  •  Per the City of Boston and Cambridge moratorium, no activities will be taking place until the construction ban is lifted. Workers and crew may be on site to maintain emergency equipment and for make-safe activities. 

Site W (6)

  •  Per the City of Boston and Cambridge moratorium, no activities will be taking place until the construction ban is lifted. Workers and crew may be on site to maintain emergency equipment and for make-safe activities. 

Site Q1 (7)

  •  Per the City of Boston and Cambridge moratorium, no activities will be taking place until the construction ban is lifted. Workers and crew may be on site to maintain emergency equipment and for make-safe activities. 

Cambridge Crossing Common (8)

  •  Per the City of Boston and Cambridge moratorium, no activities will be taking place until the construction ban is lifted. Workers and crew may be on site to maintain emergency equipment and for make-safe activities. 

Pump Station (9)

  •  Per the City of Boston and Cambridge moratorium, no activities will be taking place until the construction ban is lifted. Workers and crew may be on site to maintain emergency equipment and for make-safe activities. 

Monsignor O’Brien Highway

  •  Per the City of Boston and Cambridge moratorium, no activities will be taking place until the construction ban is lifted. Workers and crew may be on site to maintain emergency equipment and for make-safe activities. 

Lechmere Canal

  •  Per the City of Boston and Cambridge moratorium, no activities will be taking place until the construction ban is lifted. Workers and crew may be on site to maintain emergency equipment and for make-safe activities. 

*Please note

  • The GLX green line project has mobilized to the site. The Divco project teams are coordinating with them regularly but their work is independent from Cambridge Crossing. 

CX Commons

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the future of the commons

CX Commons

Work is just picked back up after being on hold for the winter months. Current activities include landscaping and plantings. 


The work on the Common will take place in more areas outside of the West End.

  • The picnic areas will be constructed this year.
  • Fences will be moved further inward towards the main Common Area as well as a portion towards Child Street.
  • Once the fences have been relocated, excavation activity will commence.
  • There are multiple phases planned for this years’ operations that will require different fence configurations.  
  • Construction activities and access will occur within the construction sites.
  • As work areas are complete, more areas of the Common will be opened to the public.


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Email: mitigation@csl-consulting.com


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