Unearthed: Digging Into UMass Boston's Transformational Utility, Landscape, and Roadway Project

You'll never think about campus utilities in quite the same way.

The University of Massachusetts Boston was an insular, car-centric campus built on a former landfill. Ten years, 24 miles of utilities, 700 trees and 972 meetings later, it’s well on its way to becoming the walkable, green, high-performing campus envisioned by the University’s 25-year master plan. This docu-video tells the story of the massive utility corridor and roadway relocation project that was central to making this incredible transformation possible.