Bryan M

Bryan P. Maltais, P.E.

Associate Boston Office

Mr. Maltais has over 15 years of experience with every building material in an array of market sectors which include residential, office, healthcare, senior living, hospitality, laboratory, renovation, special structures, tall buildings, and peer reviews. This range of project experience and depth of knowledge has allowed Bryan to creatively solve unique and challenging problems. Bryan is passionate about Mass Timber and leads these initiatives at McNamara Salvia; managing in-house research, design aids and knowledge, and assisting with the promotion & design of Mass Timber’s use for our clientele.


University of Canterbury – M.S. in Engineering Studies / Structural Engineering
University of New Hampshire – B.S. in Civil Engineering

Professional Registration

Massachusetts | New Hampshire | Maine
Exchange North and Exchange South at CityPoint South are two mass timber and Cross-Laminated Timer (CLT) outdoor amenity spaces, centrally-placed to serve the larger mixed-use campus. Exchange North is a two-story, 21,750 SF dining, fitness, and wellness center that includes coworking/conferencing space and Exchange South is a two-story, 4,460 SF canopy hosting pop-up dining and entertainment.
The Bunker Hill Housing Redevelopment is a multi-phased project bringing new affordable and market rate housing across 26-acres of Charlestown. This project is the largest public housing redevelopment in the history of Boston and will be the largest Passive House certified project in North America. It is the culmination of an eight-year community process for the development and expansion of the Bunker Hill Public Housing Community. Building M, the first building of the larger redevelopment, consists of a six-story, 119,600 SF structure utilizing long spanning Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) floors on steel stud walls, enabling a quicker turnaround on the floor-floor erection sequencing. This project utilizes a variance to erect this building under the new IBC 2021 Construction Type IV-C and will have fully exposed CLT ceilings.
69 A Street is a five-story office and retail building located in South Boston, Massachusetts. The 45,700 SF structure is Boston’s first cross-laminated timber (CLT) project. The renovation and adaptive reuse added a two-story Mass Timber addition to the top of the original three-story structure. The revamped building now includes 33,700 SF of office space and 12,000 SF of retail space with surrounding streetscape improvements.
Southline Boston is located on the site of the previously existing Boston Globe headquarters. The redevelopment created a 695,000 SF multi-tenant innovation park on 16.5 acres. The existing three-story office and industrial building was retained and retrofitted into a modern hub. 360,000 SF of lab/office space, 300,000 SF of flex/light industrial and retail space, and a 10,000 SF fitness center complete Southline Boston. A multi-story atrium was constructed to create a main entrance and a central gathering area, as well as to allow ample light to enter. The use of curtain walls and upgraded windows also allow for additional natural light.

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