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RITE-SOLUTIONS INC. has been awarded its highest-ever naval contract, an $88.6 million, three-year deal to support the Naval Undersea Warfare Center.

Rite-Solutions lands $88.6 million, 3-year naval contract

MIDDLETOWN – Rite-Solutions Inc., an engineering and information technology company, was awarded its highest-ever naval contract Friday, an $88.6 million, three-year deal to support the...

DBVW Architects Welcomes Xueyun Zou, LEED GA, Designer

Xueyun (Emma) Zou, LEED GA, comes to DBVW Architects after graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence in 2022 with a...

DBVW Architects Promotes Ashley Prester, AIA, MCCPO, to Senior Associate

DBVW Architects is pleased to announce the promotion of Ashley Prester, AIA, MCCPO, to Senior Associate. Ashley has played a key role in some...

DBVW Architects Welcomes Jennifer Space, Associate AIA, LEED AP, Senior Project...

Jennifer Space, Associate AIA, LEED AP, recently joined DBVW as a Senior Project Manager, bringing over 15 years of experience in planning, design and...

DBVW Architects Promotes Pedro Ortiz to Job Captain

DBVW Architects is pleased to announce the promotion of Pedro Ortiz to Job Captain. Pedro has played a key role in projects such as...
DESIGNxRI HAS AWARDED 10 small businesses $172,000 in seed funding as part of the design advocacy organization's Design Catalyst Program.

DESIGNxRI awards 10 businesses $172K in seed funding

PROVIDENCE – Ten local small businesses received $172,000 in seed funding from DESIGNxRI as part of the organization’s 2024 Design Catalyst Program, the design...
IN PROGRESS: Melissa Quinn, managing director of the Newport Performing Arts Center, says restoration work on the decorative plaster around the proscenium arch that frames the stage behind her is still needed as part of renovating the former Opera House Theater to become the center’s new home.
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The next act of the Newport Opera House’s long-awaited restoration

For decades, the historic Opera House Theater has been the focus of grand visions of restoration. So far, those visions have been unrealized. The brick...
SOARING CEILING: Members of the Brown University arts community tour the Lindemann Performing Arts Center in April, walking through the main performance space that can transform into numerous configurations, from a 625-seat orchestra hall to a 250-seat proscenium theater. COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY/NICK DENTAMARO

New Lindemann PAC to serve as ‘artistic incubator’ at Brown

At an impressive 118,000 square feet, Brown University’s Lindemann Performing Arts Center, slated for a public opening this October, has a large presence on...

DBVW Architects Welcomes Tia Miller, Designer

Tia Miller joins DBVW Architects as a Designer with a Master of Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Bachelor’s Degree...

DBVW Architects Welcomes Justine Aho, Designer

Justine Aho joins DBVW Architects as a Designer after completing the graduate program at Roger Williams University, where she received her Master of Architecture...
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