Tag: architecture

QA+M to Renovate Two Schools

QA+M to Renovate Two Schools

| February 14, 2019

Farmington, CT – QA+M Architecture has been selected by both the Fishers Island, N.Y. Union Free School District and the New Fairfield, Conn. Board of Education for school renovation and revitalization projects. For Fisher’s Island School, a 28,000sf, preK-12 facility on Fisher’s Island off the coast of New London, QA+M will renovate the elementary, special […]

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CT Design Firm Opens Second Office

CT Design Firm Opens Second Office

| February 7, 2019

New London, CT – Silver / Petrucelli + Associates (S/P+A) has opened a second Connecticut office at One Post Hill Place in New London to serve southeastern Connecticut. Founded in 1991, the architecture, engineering and interior design collaborative employs 46, with its main office in Hamden. S/P+A’s business during the past three years has increased significantly […]

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Khoory Joins CannonDesign

Khoory Joins CannonDesign

| February 6, 2019

Boston – CannonDesign, an integrated global design firm, announced that Juann Khoory has joined the firm as a senior vice president and the design leader for its Boston office. Khoory will lead the design of projects across New England — spanning the health, science, commercial, and education sectors. She’ll also mentor aspiring designers and push forward new […]

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Boston Architectural Firm Promotes Two

Boston Architectural Firm Promotes Two

| February 6, 2019

Boston – Philip Chen, AIA, president of Ann Beha Architects, announced the promotions of Elizabeth Nassikas and Kathleen Gerner, AIA. Nassikas has been named senior associate of Practice Management, providing oversight of firm and business operations. With more than 18 years of experience with business operations, she brings particular strengths in firm management to ABA’s […]

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Design of Investment Firm HQ Completed

Design of Investment Firm HQ Completed

| February 5, 2019

Boston, MA – Dyer Brown, an architecture and interiors firm, recently completed the design of a new 13,000sf workplace for Boston Financial Management (BFM), a group that handles large investment portfolios for families and organizations. Moving to a new office for the first time in over 15 years, the company tasked the Dyer Brown team with creating a more […]

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PROCON Constructs Dual-Branded Hotel

PROCON Constructs Dual-Branded Hotel

| January 30, 2019

Chelsea, MA – PROCON, of Manchester, N.H., has started work on the Fairfield Inn by Marriott, located at 200 Maple Street in Chelsea. The 26,000sf building is an addition to the existing Residence Inn. Upon completion, the structure will become a dual-branded hotel totaling 200 guest rooms. The completed hotel will stand at the junction of […]

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CT Architectural Firm Promotes Three

CT Architectural Firm Promotes Three

| January 29, 2019

Hamden, CT – Hoffmann Architects, an architecture and engineering firm specializing in the rehabilitation of building exteriors, announced the promotion of members of the technical staff. Tai Mahmuti, PE has been promoted to project engineer, in recognition of his advanced credentials, experience, and contributions to the firm. After joining Hoffmann Architects in 2015 as project coordinator, […]

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Restoration of Historic Brick Masonry

Restoration of Historic Brick Masonry

| January 25, 2019

by Arthur L. Sanders Repointing, repair, partial rebuilding, or replacement of brick masonry on a historic or landmark structure can be time-consuming, noisy, and dust-producing work, with scaffolding covering the building for some time. It can be tempting to look for a fast, easy solution. Once an investigation identifies problem conditions, Band-Aid repairs, such as […]

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Simmons Univ. Dedicates Gwen Ifill College

Simmons Univ. Dedicates Gwen Ifill College

| January 25, 2019

Designed by Ellenzweig Boston – Ellenzweig has designed renovations to the Simmons University Main Campus Building’s East Wing to house the Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts, and Humanities. The new college is named for the Peabody Award-winning Simmons graduate who broke gender and color barriers to report for major newspapers and networks as well as […]

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Creating the Look of Daylight in a Repositioned Lobby

Creating the Look of Daylight in a Repositioned Lobby

| January 24, 2019

by Donald Bárány It’s clear that an attractive building lobby can help attract potential tenants. With that goal in mind, Forest City Realty Trust, now owned by Brookfield Properties, endeavored to update all the office building lobbies at University Park at MIT, a mixed-use science and technology park adjacent to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology […]

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