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Creating a signature building for the gateway to the I-195 Redevelopment District in Providence was a recent design challenge for Kite Architects. more
Deborah C. Cox has been president of the Public Archeology Laboratory Inc. in Pawtucket since its founding in 1982 and is an expert in the field of preservation law. more
Megan Moynihan is principal architect of Oyster Works LLC, an architecture and project management company, based in Charlestown, that specializes in designing buildings to withstand problems associated with climate change. Earlier this year, Moynihan received the Green Architect Innovation Award at the Building the Sustainable Future conference at Rhode Island College. more
Canstruction RI has announced the winners of this year’s competition, where architects, builders and contractors construct sculptures out of canned goods to benefit the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. more
PAWTUCKET – A photographic exhibit at Pawtucket City Hall will showcase the architectural importance of City Hall’s iconic art deco tower, which dates to the 1930s and is clearly visible from Interstate 95. The exhibit is part of the City Hall Gallery Series produced by the Pawtucket Advisory Commission on Arts & Culture and the Preservation Society of Pawtucket. more
Northeast Collaborative Architects has expanded its business with a new office in Washington, D.C., the company announced Thursday afternoon. more
Stephanie Paolino is an associate and health care team leader at Vision 3 Architects, and recently was awarded the credential of Evidence Based Design Accreditation by the National Center for Health Design. In her position, she is involved in all phases of projects, from pre-design through construction administration. Her current projects include the Thundermist Health Center facility renovation in Woonsocket and University Medicine’s new medical office building in East Providence. more
Construction has begun on new visitor facilities at George Washington Memorial Campground here. more
David Brussat, a longtime architecture critic and a 30-year former editorial writer for the Providence Journal, now writes about architecture on his blog ArchitectureHereAndThere.com. He responded recently to questions posed by Providence Business News about the state of architecture in Providence. more
The J.M. Wright Technical High School in Stamford, Conn., is the first technical high school in the state to achieve LEED Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, according to a news release. more
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