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PBN BEST PLACES TO WORK 2022 Large Company 10. Narragansett Bay Commission Employees in R.I.: 268 Executive Director: Laurie Horridge Questions answered by: Training Facilitator Peter Yidiaris  What fun...

R.I. Infrastructure Bank refinancing returns $6.4M

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank recently announced it has saved $6.4 million under a refinancing of bonds for municipal and quasi-public organization...
DIGGING IT: Workers for the contractor CB3A start working on the main shaft of the combined sewer overflow tunnel that will run more than 100 feet below the city of Pawtucket. The shaft, located on School Street in Pawtucket, will be 60 feet in diameter and will allow a boring machine to be lowered in. / COURTESY NARRAGANSETT BAY COMMISSION/PETER GOLDBERG

After decades of work, light at end of CSO tunnel

What happens beneath the streets of Providence and surrounding cities is unseen by residents, but after heavy rainfall, the result always ends up in...

Narragansett Bay Commission to start work on Pawtucket Tunnel

PAWTUCKET – The Narragansett Bay Commission on Friday will begin construction of the Pawtucket Tunnel, a 2.2-mile, deep-rock tunnel that will form the third...
KICKING THINGS OFF: Narragansett Bay Commission Chairman Vin Mesolella kicks a soccer ball at the opening of a renovated Macomber Stadium in Central Falls, a joint project between the city and the Narragansett Bay Commission to transform contaminated land into a clean, usable facility. / COURTESY NARRAGANSETT BAY COMMISSION

Narragansett Bay Commission

PBN Best Places to Work Awards 2021 Large Companies #13. Narragansett Bay Commission Employees in R.I.: 270 Executive Director Laurie Horridge Questions answered by Public Affairs Manager Jamie...
ADVANCED PLANNING: Arnold “Buff” Chace Jr., managing principal of Cornish Associates LP, is co-chairman of a group called the Providence Resilience Partnership, which is looking at how to better understand and prepare the city for flood risk and secure federal funding for its priorities. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

SURGE MENTALITY: Warning sounded about Providence’s widespread flood risks

Arnold “Buff” Chace Jr. was 7 years old when Hurricane Carol ravaged Rhode Island, with a storm surge that submerged downtown Providence in 12...
GAME DAY: Narragansett Bay Commission Executive Director Laurie Horridge, left, and Liz Kohr enjoy a game of Jenga at a holiday employee appreciation event. / COURTESY NARRAGANSETT BAY COMMISSION

Narragansett Bay Commission

PBN Best Places to Work 2020 LARGE COMPANIES 8. Narragansett Bay Commission Employees in R.I.: 262 Executive Director Laurie Horridge Questions answered by: Training Coordinator Peter Yidiaris What three...
LARGEST WIND FARM: Green Development owns the turbines that make up Rhode Island’s largest wind farm, the $100 million, seven-turbine project in Johnston, which generates 21 megawatts. / PBN PHOTO/PAMELA BHATIA

While delays have hampered offshore wind, land-based turbines loom large in...

(Editor’s note: This is the second in a two-part series on the challenges and opportunities of solar- and wind-farm development in Rhode Island and...
LEADERSHIP CHANGE: Joseph D’Alesio, left, president and chief operating officer, and Frank Romeo, CEO, recently took on new roles at BETA Group in Lincoln. The planning firm has lent engineering, construction, design and other services to numerous infrastructure projects throughout Rhode Island and New England. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

BETA Group has engineered a change

One year after moving into a more spacious building, BETA Group Inc. is absorbing another change that became official at the start of 2020. The...

Carpionato proposes redevelopment of former Benny’s, Dryden Mill site

PROVIDENCE – The former Benny’s site on Branch Avenue will be redeveloped as part of a significant project that will also incorporate the historic...

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