Stevens & Associates is working together with M&S Development and the Bennington Redevelopment Group to provide design services for the Putnum Block project. The Bennington Banner reported last week that U.S. Rep. Peter Welch supports this major downtown redevelopment effort. Bob Stevens, President of S&A and Principal for M&S Development offers insights within the article.
Stevens & Associates is a proud sponsor of the 2016 Vermont Development Conference. Bob Stevens, President of S&A and Principal for M&S Development will present “Financing Projects That Don’t Pencil Out” on Nov. 2nd.
Stevens & Associates and M&S Development found this article, “The Future of Retirement Communities” in The New York Times to be ‘spot on’.
S&A Staff Engineer, Serenity Wolf, proudly supported the 18th annual “Women Can Do” conference. Serenity attended this event as a mentor to promote STEM & Trade careers.
Recently relocating to southern Vermont, Diane brings to S&A over 20 years of experience in the field of design and architecture. She earned her Bachelor of Science: Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture: Architecture degrees from CUNY Spitzer School of Architecture graduating with honors and receiving an Excellence in Design and Best Thesis Project awards. Prior to joining S&A, Diane was an Associate with Peter Gisolfi Associates located in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Diane looks forward to applying her extensive knowledge of project management, building design and construction document production to her new projects, and is excited to play a role in the design and development of her new surroundings.
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.
M&S Development principals, Bob Stevens and Craig Miskovich, would like to thank DevelopSpringfield for sponsoring the M&S Development presentation, “Financing Projects That Don’t Pencil Out”. Bob & Craig met with community-focused leaders and businesses in Springfield, MA.
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.