S&A is proud to accept two 2017 Merit Awards for Engineering Excellence from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Vermont for the Putnam Block Redevelopment and Green Street Wall projects.
To read more about the Green Street Wall project, click HERE.
To read more about the Putnam Block Redevelopment project, click HERE.
S&A would like to give a special “Thank You” to everyone involved with these projects.
February 24th, Bob Stevens, a graduate of the University of Vermont will be presenting the ‘Role of the Engineer in Society’ sharing his personal experience as an engineer, commercial property owner, and civic-minded community leader. This interactive workshop with students will discuss the pivotal event that inspired Bob to merge engineering with development to create a model for initiating and funding downtown revitalization projects.
S&A’s Alan Lindsay Berry, AIA collaborates with Carol Miklos, Executive Director of AIA to write the article: Architect’s Tour of The Clark Institute – A Study In Contrasts published in the January 2017 AIA Vermont Newsletter.
Click “here” to read more.
Stevens & Associates presented the Fire Station Expansion Committee of Bernardston, MA results from two feasibility studies.
Read more in The Recorder: Bernardston fire station committee seeks estimates before reaching property decisions
Stevens & Associates team members are looking forward to attending 2017 Better Buildings By Design Conference. This event offers interactive learning opportunities in the areas of building durability, efficiency, and value for both residential and commercial projects.
Congratulations to Stevens & Associates staff members, Jon Saccoccio, AIA and Nikki Perry, Architectural Designer for receiving their CNU certification. S&A is proud to have a team of talented professionals expanding their knowledge of new urban design and development focused on placemaking and public spaces. By transforming downtowns into walkable, safe, and economically healthy areas, we create vibrant places for businesses and people to interact, prosper, and enjoy.
For more information about the Congress for New Urbanism (CNU) and new urban design, please visit https://www.cnu.org/
Wishing a Happy New Year & Thank You to all our clients, business associates, and staff for an exciting and prosperous 2016. S&A looks forward to serving Brattleboro and surrounding communities in 2017, as well as, the completion of their office expansion. Below are a few ‘during construction’ photos.
Views of the Connecticut River
Additional Design Studio Space
Casey joins Stevens & Associates as an administrative assistant with a passion for architecture, planning, sustainable design, and historic preservation. She is an active member of the Brattleboro community, serving on the Planning Commission and the Board of Directors for the Windham County Humane Society. As a staff member, Casey hopes to gain a broader understanding of the various disciplines offered by S&A expanding her knowledge and interests concerning local and neighboring community projects. In her spare time she enjoys architectural drawing and is inspired by the architecture of Brattleboro and her travels.
The University of Vermont ASCE – Student Chapter will be competing in the 2017 New England Regional Student Steel Bridge Competition April 7th – 9th. S&A staff member, Jamie Martell, a graduate of UVM, competed in the 2015 and 2016 competitions and found the events to add practical value to his undergraduate experience.
Click HERE more information on the UVM ASCE – Student Chapter.
Click HERE to support the fundraising campaign for the 2017 New England Regional Student Steel Bridge Competition.
Bob Stevens is delighted to present at the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) annual dinner meeting for the Vermont and New Hampshire sections. This presentation will include an overview of two mixed-use design projects as case studies to explore how engineers can contribute to communities through projects and how the role of the engineer can reach new levels within the industry to accomplish the “big picture”.