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Jewett to Build Second Ricetta

Jewett to Build Second Ricetta

| July 22, 2019

Saco, ME – Ricetta’s Brick Oven Ristorante, a well known family-owned Italian pizzeria based in southern Maine, has selected Jewett Construction to manage the construction of a second location in Saco. The project will focus on transforming the old Kerryman’s Irish Pub facility on Route 1 into a new Italian eatery. The existing facility will […]

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Boston Architectural Firm Adds Three

Boston Architectural Firm Adds Three

| June 7, 2019

Boston –  TRIA, a partner-led architecture firm with a focus on designing unique spaces for science, technology, and corporate clients, announced that three new project managers have joined the firm. TRIA welcomes Edwin Hargrave, AIA as senior project manager/senior lab planner, Philip Lee, IIDA, NCIDQ as project manager, and Lino A. Mancini, AIA, LEED AP […]

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Connecticut Firm Adds Nine to Growing Roster

| May 10, 2019

Centerbrook, CT – Centerbrook Architects & Planners has announced the addition of nine talented architects and staff. With an eye to the future, the firm continues to grow strategically, designing projects throughout the U.S. and Canada from its office in the village of Centerbrook. Ken Cleveland, AIA heads the list of hires as he returns […]

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Torah Community Builds School

Torah Community Builds School

| February 21, 2019

Below are excerpts from an article written Monica Schultes. We have included a link to the original story. Naugatuck, CT – Yeshivas Ohr HaChaim, a Waterbury-based Jewish community, is building Yesodei Hatorah High School, an all-boys private Jewish high school, and other support facilities on a 56-acre parcel in Naugatuc. The plans include two dormitories, a […]

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Kaestle Boos Promotes Four

| January 3, 2019

New Britain, CT – Kaestle Boos Associates Inc., a New England architectural firm, announced the promotion of multiple individuals to its executive leadership team. Landscape Architect Luke McCoy was promoted from associate principal to principal, and Gregory Joynt, David McKinley, and Brennan White were all promoted to associates. McCoy has nearly 20 years of landscape architecture […]

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Hanover Architectural Firm Recognized

Hanover Architectural Firm Recognized

| December 19, 2018

Hanover, MA –  In continued recognition of its 40th anniversary, Axiom Architects, a Hanover-based architectural firm, recently held an open house and celebratory event. In addition to family and friends of the Axiom Architects team, the firm celebrated with state and local officials, including State Senator Michael Brady, State Representative David DeCoste, Hanover Selectmen Chair Emmanuel […]

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SLAM Designs Science Complex at Providence College

SLAM Designs Science Complex at Providence College

| December 5, 2018

Providence, RI –The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) recently completed the programming, planning, and design of a new 36,000sf science complex addition connected to the existing 70,000sf Albertus Magnus Hall at Providence College. In addition to full architectural services, SLAM provided preconstruction estimating, structural engineering, and landscape architecture services. Construction of the addition project is being provided […]

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Asp Joins Sound Seal

Asp Joins Sound Seal

| April 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

Agawam, MA – Sound Seal, a Massachusetts-based manufacturer of acoustical and noise control products, recently hired Dale Asp to serve as the western regional business development manager for its Impacta division of acoustical floor underlayments. In his new role, he will work directly with the Impacta distribution network to build and support new and existing business opportunities. […]

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Casinelli to Lead BL Companies’ Architectural Division in Bridgeport

Casinelli to Lead BL Companies’ Architectural Division in Bridgeport

| December 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Meriden, CT – BL Companies recently announced that Daniel L. Casinelli will lead the architectural project design, planning, and development team in Bridgeport. He joined the company’s Meriden architectural division in April 2014. BL Companies recently moved from an office at 215 State Street, Bridgeport, into a larger space at 855 Main Street as part of […]

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Cradle to Cradle: Specifying Sustainable Materials

Cradle to Cradle: Specifying Sustainable Materials

| November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Dianne Dunnell Sustainability for buildings and interiors has become a fundamental tenet of design, whether or not a project pursues LEED certification. The products and processes used for building should be thoughtfully manufactured, installed, recycled, and disposed of when they are no longer of use. In a few short years, designers and manufacturers have […]

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