S&A Architectural Designer, Jillian Tomaselli a recipient of the Tai Soo Kim Traveling Fellowship is traveling throughout Europe visiting residential buildings in London, a nature center and museum in Helsinki, and an office building in Zurich. Jillian wrote, “We’ve learned from our conversations with the architects that there’s definitely a challenging learning curve involved the first time an office designs with CLT, but often those challenges are outweighed by the benefits, such as schedule, sustainability, etc.” Below are photographs Jillian has shared demonstrating a mixed use building and a CLT building under construction in London, part of a nature center in Helsinki, and the lobby of an office building in Zurich. Thank you, Jillian for sharing your experiences abroad with us.
S&A welcomes Jamie Martell – Associate Engineer, Michael Becker – Structural Engineering Technician, and Nathan Antaya – Architectural Designer to their team.
This week Sabrina Duk, a Structural Engineer for Stevens & Associates, will be attending the annual 2016 NCSEA Structural Engineer Summit as the Vermont Delegate from SEAVT (Structural Engineers Association of Vermont). NCSEA (National Council of Structural Engineers Association) is the primary organization for structural engineers offering resources including seminars, webinars, published design guides and research, as well as mentoring. In addition, they host numerous member run committees that drive legislation and code improvements.
Sabrina will also meet with the NECSEA (Northeast Coalition of Structural Engineers), a group of engineers from New England and New York forming a collective voice for the Northeast region.
Stevens & Associates welcomes Bob Crego to their team as a Project Manager for Development. Crego brings with him over 25 years of professional experience in the community development field, largely as an affordable housing developer. In addition to his role as the founding director for Valley Cares, Inc. in Townshend, VT, Crego’s past experience includes organizational and project development, financing management, grant writing, and business planning. He is currently working on several projects in development, including the redevelopment of a four-acre block of land and historic building at the Four Corners in Bennington. Known as the Putnam Block Redevelopment, the project would consist of mixed use downtown space with offices, retail, and apartments.
Stevens & Associates was proud to be a sponsor for the Brattleboro Retreat – 11th Annual Golf Tournament. This event raised over $50,000 to benefit Children’s Services. S&A’s Cory Frehsee, P.E., LEED AP and Principal (far right) enjoyed the day with friends and supporters.
The professionals at S&A enjoyed a career shadowing day with Brattleboro Union High School student, Nathaniel Tyler. Tyler received an interactive learning experience with architectural designers and engineers. We wish Tyler ‘good luck’ with his future academic and career endeavors.
Stevens & Associates welcomes Jillian Tomaselli to their team as an architectural designer. Tomaselli has received a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from Keene State College. During that time, she studied abroad at St. John International University in Torino, Italy. Tomaselli continued her education earning a Master’s of Architecture from the University of Hartford. Before receiving her Master’s degree, she became the 2013 Marvin Design Studio Challenge Winner. More recently Tomaselli accepted the 2016 AIA Henry Adams Medal and Certificate of Merit award and the Tai Soo Kim Traveling Fellowship. Tomaselli is interested in historic preservation, urban renewal, and universal design.
S&A was delighted to spend an afternoon volunteering on the farm at Food Connects.
Congratulations Bradley House!
S&A is honored to provide design & engineering services for your building expansion and grounds beautification project. As reported in the Brattleboro Reformer: Governor Shumlin in town to announce funding from Community Development Program Bradley House: Senior living facility will get $450,000 for renovations and expansion.