Nilsson+Siden Associates Inc.


Edward Nilsson has acquired extensive experience in new construction, historic restoration and adaptive reuse, feasibility studies, and planning.  Prior to founding his own firm in 1981 he was Project Architect for Constitution Quarters at the Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, a rehabilitation of the historic former machine shop/forge complex into 367 apartments, a 362 car garage and retail space (with Anderson Notter Finegold).  He also served as Project Architect for two mixed-use urban development projects totaling 1.2 million square feet, including residential, office, commercial and parking facilities (with The Architects Collaborative).  Clients have included Lahey Clinic Medical Center, Tufts University, M.I.T-Bates Linear Accelerator Center, Episcopal Divinity School, Weston School of Theology, Salem State College, Massachusetts Bay Community College, North Shore Community Health Center, INMED Diagnostics of MA, Watertown Supply, Inc., and Crosby's Marketplace.   Ed received a B. Arch. from The Cooper Union, M. Arch. from Harvard University GSD, and an MBA from Babson College.  He serves on the Board of Directors for Historic Salem Inc., the Arts Federation, the Board of Trustees for the Episcopal Divinity School, and the Marblehead Planning Board.

Gary Siden's experience over thirty years includes many large scale projects, specifically in corporate and branch banking facilities, municipal, state and federal renovation projects, commercial retail developments, multi-use athletic/recreational facilities, housing, and manufacturing facilities.  He has been the architect of record on numerous Department of Housing and Community Development projects throughout the state of Massachusetts. Recent clients include Fleet Bank, BankBoston, BayBank, Towns of Marblehead, Danvers, Nahant, Milford and Gardner.






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