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It’s a wrap at Fenway

Renovations to ballpark complete, architect leaves for new challenges

Janet Marie Smith, overseeing Fenway Park reconstruction work in 2006, spent eight years transforming the 1912 ballpark into a modern facility. Janet Marie Smith, overseeing Fenway Park reconstruction work in 2006, spent eight years transforming the 1912 ballpark into a modern facility. (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff/2006 File)
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / August 29, 2009

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Janet Marie Smith, the architect credited with saving Fenway Park, has left the team after an eight-year renovation that preserved the ballpark’s old-style aesthetic while introducing fan-friendly innovations such as the Green Monster seats and modern concessions. (Full article: 675 words)

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