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Established by John M. Gray, F.A.I.A. in 1912, the firm gained recognition for the design of the Salem, Massachusetts District Court and Police Station completed in 1913. By the early 1930's the practice had designed such famous Boston landmarks as the "L" Street Bathhouse in South Boston and the Tunnel Administration Building in the North End. These buildings continue to serve as landmarks and remain in vigorous use today. As John M. Gray's sons, John and Francis, and later his grandson Dennis, joined the firm, the practice continued to serve clients throughout New England, completing more than 400 projects. Clients have included religious organizations, educational institutions, corporations, and public and private agencies.

Philosophy

The projects have been diverse throughout the firm's history, however, central to the work is a commitment to create environments that enhance people's lives. We view the process of shaping environments as the discovery of design solutions that result in buildings and landscapes that have connections to traditions and places, and represent the highest aspirations of the client.



Contact

9A Derby Square
Salem, Massachusetts 01970

Tel(978) 745 4404
Fax(978) 745 6479

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