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S&A Welcomes Bob Crego, Project Manager To Their Team

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.Bob Crego_Color Greenery

Governor Shumlin Announces Funding for the Bradley House Project

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.

Stevens & Associates and Hilltop Montessori School Wins Award for the Hilltop Arts Barn

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.


Stevens & Associates Volunteers at the Saint Michael School

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.–associates-visits-saint-michael-school