John M

John Matuszewski, P.E.

Principal Boston Office

A Principal in our Boston office, Mr. Matuszewski specializes in a range of complex project types including large-scale urban mixed-use, retail, high-rise residential, suburban office, laboratory, as well as intricate renovation and adaptive reuse projects. Experienced and skilled in conventional, fast-track and integrated project delivery methods, John is a strong collaborator, acknowledged for his creativity and proactive yet pragmatic approach to projects. With more than 30 years of professional experience – 26 of those years with McNamara Salvia – he is particularly skilled at developing high-performing and cost-effective structural solutions for a wide range of clients.

“I enjoy the energy that comes from collaborating with talented and creative people. Through that energy we find the most innovative and cost-effective design solutions to suit each situation and project.”


Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Masters of Science
Worcester Polytechnic Institute – MBA Program
Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Bachelors of Science

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585 Kendall is a 16-story mixed-use building in the heart of Cambridge’s Kendall Square. The 600,000 SF development consists of a one-acre, indoor/outdoor park on the first floor followed by a 30,000 SF performing arts center with a 400-seat theater on the second and third floors. The remainder of the tower includes 500,000 SF of life science and office space, leased entirely by Takeda.
15 Necco is a 300,000 SF life science building in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood. The 12-story structure features office, life science, and research and development space along with retail and a new public park neighboring the building. The design features a sloping façade with a large overhang well above the ground in addition to state-of-the-art resiliency and sustainability features that were included in the design.
80 Guest Street at Boston Landing is a 486,000 SF mixed-use building. The structure is home to the 55,000 SF Warrior Ice Arena, which serves as the official Boston Bruins practice facility. The three-story facility is capable of seating 660 spectators. This rink marks the first public hockey arena constructed within city limits in the last 40 years. 80 Guest Street further offers 230,000 SF of Class A office and laboratory space in an adjacent 10-story building attached to the arena. A total of 12,000 SF of ground-floor retail and three stories of structured parking complete the development.
The Alcott (Garden Garage) is a 44-story, 447-foot residential building in Boston’s West End. The structure was built on the site of a previously existing 650-space garage, which was replaced with a five-story below-grade 830-space garage. The residential program consists of 470 units, accompanied by 20,000 SF of common resident amenities. Along the ground floor are 2,300 SF of retail space. In addition, the sidewalks and landscaping were improved in the surrounding area.

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