Lincoln, RI – Pare Corporation announced that three Pare-designed projects were awarded Engineering Excellence Awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Rhode Island (ACEC-RI).
The 1st place 2020 Gold Anchor Award for a Project with Construction Costs of More than $10M was awarded to Pare Corporation for the Rhode Island Veterans Home in Bristol on behalf of the Rhode Island Division of Capital Asset Management & Maintenance. Pare provided site/civil and geotechnical engineering, wetlands and traffic permitting, and construction-phase services for the $121-million project which encompassed 272,000sf of new building construction, 42 acres of site work, and the demolition of the former 200,000sf facility.
The 3rd place 2021 Gold Star Award for Outstanding Professional Design Excellence for a Project with Construction Costs of More than $10 Million was presented to Pare Corporation for Brookside Hall on behalf of the University of Rhode Island, Office of Capital Projects. Pare was a member of the multidisciplinary team for the design and construction of a new $94 million, 203,000sf, six-story apartment-style dormitory on URI’s Kingston Campus. The company completed a review of existing conditions, wetlands delineation, floodplain analysis, site/civil design, bike path design, stormwater design, and RIDEM freshwater wetlands permitting.
The 3rd place 2021 Gold Star Award for Outstanding Professional Design Excellence for a Project with Construction Costs of Less than $10 Million was presented to Pare Corporation for The Larry Mouradjian Fishing Pier, on behalf of the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management. Pare developed a schematic site plan, performed a resiliency review for the site, and designed a new 260-foot-long wooden pier that sits on 122 piles and is elevated 13 feet above the surface of Narragansett Bay.