Kevin W

Kevin M. Westerhoff, P.E., LEED AP

Associate Principal Boston Office

Based out of McNamara Salvia’s Boston Office, Kevin has accumulated over 21 years of experience in the structural design and construction of new and renovated buildings encompassing a diverse range of office, residential, mixed-use, lab, rehabilitation, and complex air rights developments. During this time, Kevin has had the privilege of being involved in the preservation and expansion of several iconic athletic sports and entertainment venues. Throughout his career, Kevin has developed a reputation among leading developers, architects, and builders for being a conscientious, highly technical, and skilled communicator delivering timely cost-effective, and creative design solutions.

Education

Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Master of Engineer in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Lehigh University – Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

Professional Registration

Massachusetts | District of Columbia | California
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.
MGM Music Hall Fenway is a 5,000-seat venue adjacent, and connected to, Fenway Park. The 180,000 SF Theater was constructed on a triangular open-air site previously used as a service area. The multi-purpose performing arts center consists of three seating tiers, topped with a rooftop terrace. Beyond the new construction, this project also involved improvements to the existing stadium itself. A two-story vertical expansion of the Fenway Garage boasts 32,000 SF of new event space and fan amenities. Interior renovations of the current two-story garage enhanced service areas for the stadium as well as added space for the new theater.
Gillette Stadium initially opened in 2002 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Home to the New England Patriots and New England Revolution, our work has and continues to, help enhance the Stadium itself, surrounding areas, and the fans’ and team’s overall experience. All of our projects worked around and coordinated with the Patriots football schedule, Revolution soccer schedule, and summer concert series events. Completed in 2007, Patriot Place brought a 1,400,000 SF open-air shopping and entertainment center to the Stadium’s surrounding land. Our other projects include the Football Operations Executive Office expansion, DraftKings Fantasy Sports Zone, Optum Field Lounge, amenity and enclosure enhancements at the 300 Level Concourse, South End Zone Scoreboard Replacement / Expansion, Super Bowl Banner reconfiguration, extending to structural stadium repairs and upgrades. Our most recent project includes the North End Zone Renovation, the largest renovation in the stadium’s history.
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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