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Trahan Earn 2017 Emerging Architect Award

Trahan Earn 2017 Emerging Architect Award

| December 6, 2017

Center brook, CT  – Centerbrook Architects & Planners’ Aaron Trahan, AIA has earned the 2017 Emerging Architect Award. The award, sponsored by the AIA Connecticut Emerging Architects and Design Committees, recognizes and supports emerging graduate architects who have made significant contributions to the profession or have rendered distinguished public service. The honor was bestowed to […]

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CT Firm’s Work Featured in American School & University Magazine

CT Firm’s Work Featured in American School & University Magazine

| December 6, 2017

Farmington, CT – Two of QA+M Architecture’s education projects have been selected for publication in American School & University within the magazine’s annual competition spotlighting today’s most outstanding designs. QA+M’s comprehensive renovation of Wethersfield High School was selected to appear in American School & University’s Architectural Portfolio in the November/December 2017 edition, and also online […]

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PROCON Completes Brightview Senior Living Community

PROCON Completes Brightview Senior Living Community

| December 1, 2017

Wakefield, MA – The newest Brightview Senior Living community has been completed. The community is located at 21 Crescent Street and is owned by Brightview Senior Living Development of Baltimore, Md. PROCON of Manchester, N.H., was the architect and construction manager for the 167,000sf building, that is walking distance from the beautiful Lake Quannapowitt and only […]

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Hoffman Welcomes New Shareholders

| August 11, 2017

Hamden, CT – Hoffmann Architects, an architecture and engineering firm specializing in the rehabilitation of building exteriors, recently announced the acceptance of a joint ownership opportunity by four members of the firm’s senior staff. Senior Architect Deborah J. Costantini, AIA; Senior Engineer Robert A. Marsoli, Jr., PE; Information Technology Manager Nicholas JNicholas J. Moroniti; and Communications ManagerAlison B. […]

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Group One Partners Recognized for Design Excellence

Group One Partners Recognized for Design Excellence

| July 17, 2017

Boston – Group One Partners, Inc. was honored recently with the Design Excellence award at the 2017 Marriott Connect conference in Los Angeles. The award recognizes the firm for its commitment to its partnership with the hotel brand and for providing excellent hospitality design by its architectural and interior design teams. On hand to accept the award […]

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Procore Seeks Nominations for Hard Hat Hero Competition

Procore Seeks Nominations for Hard Hat Hero Competition

| June 26, 2017

National – Procore Technologies is currently accepting nominations for the Hard Hat Hero (#hardhathero) competition, a photo/video contest that invites AEC professionals to nominate an individual from the architecture/engineering/construction industry that they regard as heroic. A hero may be someone who saved a life, or it may be someone who brings positivity to the workplace […]

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Construction Begins at UMass Memorial – HealthAlliance Hospital Leominster Campus

Construction Begins at UMass Memorial – HealthAlliance Hospital Leominster Campus

| June 13, 2017

DAI Architect and Engineer Leominster, MA – UMass Memorial – HealthAlliance Hospital (UMMHA) recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new emergency department on its Leominster campus. DiGiorgio Associates Inc. (DAI) is serving as the architect and engineer on this project. The addition and renovation will address increased patient volumes as well as the separation of […]

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BSA Launches Website to Design Events in Greater Boston

BSA Launches Website to Design Events in Greater Boston

| April 11, 2017

Boston – The BSA recently launched the Boston Architecture Diary, a new online guide for all events related to architecture and design that celebrate Boston’s architectural heritage and introduce cutting-edge thinking about the built and natural environment. The diary will list the rich array of lectures, exhibitions, tours, and conferences – many of them free, and all […]

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Howard Elkus Dies at 78

Howard Elkus Dies at 78

| April 4, 2017

Boston – Howard Elkus, co-founding  principal of  Elkus Manfredi Architects, passed away unexpectedly this weekend.  He was considered a leader and visionary in Boston’s architectural scene.   Interior Design Magazine did a beautiful job highlighting Elkus and his work.  You can read the full article here: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/13061-howard-elkus-co-founding-principal-of-elkus-manfredi-architects-dies-at-78/

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Shepley Bulfinch Partners with BSA Space on Exhibition of Cuban Architecture

Shepley Bulfinch Partners with BSA Space on Exhibition of Cuban Architecture

| February 24, 2017

Photo essay documents 560-mile trek across Cuba Boston Shepley Bulfinch, a national architecture firm, recently announced that BSA Space, in partnership with Shepley Bulfinch, will feature Road to Revolution: A 30 Day Journey Across Cuba, an exhibition of photos by Shepley Bulfinch architectural designer, Abby Gordon. Taken over the course of a month-long trip across Cuba, the exhibition provides […]

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