S&A and the Hilltop Montessori School are proud to accept a 2016 Merit Award for Engineering Excellence from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Vermont for the Hilltop Arts Barn project. This complex design included an innovative structural use of premanufactured insulated panels to support high walls and large roof loads. “Thank You” to everyone who helped to create this beautiful multipurpose space.
Please join Bob as he presents engineering strategies for flood proofing your building. For details click: Lamiolle County
A team of professional engineers from Stevens & Associates, P.C. had the pleasure of volunteering at the Saint Michael School working with 8th and 9th grade students to provide a project-based educational program introducing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Read more about this story in the Brattleboro Reformer.
Stevens & Associates welcomes Benjamin Harwood to their team as an engineering intern. Ben graduated from Tufts University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, and is currently working toward his engineering license. Ben has completed several certificate programs, and received the Littleton Award from Tufts which recognizes worthy seniors in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering who are active in professional or community affairs. He has worked as a consultant providing construction inspection services for government and commercial projects. Ben is interested in historic preservation and adaptive reuse projects, and as a native of Vermont, he is passionate about the character and uniqueness of Brattleboro and its surrounding communities.
Check out the latest activity at South Face Village at Okemo Mountain. Bensonwood just passed the halfway mark for construction of their unique townhouse structure. S&A designed the parking garage structure below and have been actively involved in the site construction.
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Stevens & Associates welcomes Trista Kerber to their team as an Architectural Designer. Kerber has received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Architecture degree from Norwich University, and is currently working toward her architectural license. She brings over a decade of work experience including several years of freelance work, drafting, and designing permit plans. Kerber has worked as a designer for several firms focusing on restaurants, timber frame, multi-family housing, mixed-use, and luxury home designs. Her interests include traditional architecture, renovations, interior design, and New Urbanism. In addition to her professional career, Kerber has served as a member on the Guilford Central School Board.
The Brooks House Atrium was the site for a community celebration toasting the Holton Home and Bradley House merger. Read more about this merger and the Bradley House improvements project in the Brattleboro Reformer News.
Bob Stevens spoke on behalf of G.S. Precision to the Development Review Board on Monday, November 16th. As reported in the Brattleboro Reformer, G.S. Precision projects approved: Company to expand manufacturing facility, add jobs.
Stevens & Associates welcomes Serenity Wolf to their team as a staff engineer. After several years working in various regions of the United States and abroad, Serenity Wolf, a native of Brattleboro, Vermont, returned home and joined Stevens & Associates as a staff engineer. Serenity received a Bachelor and a Master degree in Civil Engineering from Norwich University and has experience working as a designer and assistant professor of environmental engineering. Additionally, her professional background includes site development, stormwater management, traffic concurrency, and zoning compatibility. Serenity is excited to instill her love and knowledge of the area into her projects aiming to support positive social and economic development within communities.
Join panelist, Bob Stevens at the Latchis Theatre for “What’s Next for VT’s Climate Change Economy? Brattleboro Forum to Identify Next Steps – October 6, 2015″ from 7-9 PM
To learn more about this program, visit: http://vtrural.org/programs/climate-economy/forums/brattleboro