Warwick’s New Woman-Centric Development

h.a.Fisher Homes, a premier home building and real-estate company located in Warwick, RI, has teamed up with Design Basics, Resnick & Caffrey, and DiPrete Engineering to create a new subdivision known as Hawthorne Ridge. Located on Greenwich Avenue in Warwick, the 2.5-acre development will be located minutes to I-95, as well as plenty of restaurants and retailers.... read more »

University Orthopedics Opens its Doors with a Dedication to Michael Integlia III

Located off Veterans Memorial Parkway at Kettle Point in East Providence, University Orthopedics has opened its doors with a beautiful new 88,500 square foot medical center. Kettle Point is a residential and commercial development repurposed from a former industrial site by Churchill and Banks. The University Orthopedics project was led by Michael Integlia &... read more »

Q&A with Chris Ready, Chief Financial Officer

Q: When did you begin your career at DiPrete Engineering and how has your role evolved over the years? A: I started with DiPrete Engineering in 2007. I was initially hired as the Controller with a focus on accounting and financial reporting. Over time, I took on additional responsibilities such as contract negotiations with clients,... read more »

Meet Our Intern, Tim Keefe

As part of its internship program, DiPrete Engineering would like to introduce Tim Keefe, Civil Engineering Intern. A student at the University of Rhode Island, Tim has been working with DiPrete since September 2017 and will continue his internship through his senior year. Tim will graduate in May 2019 with a bachelor’s in Civil... read more »

DiPrete Raises Over $15,000 to Help Find a Cure for MS

Employees and friends of DiPrete Engineering recently participated in the 150-mile long Bike MS: Ride the Rhode event, raising over $15,000 to support research dedicated to finding a cure for multiple sclerosis. DiPrete Engineering’s Bike MS team, the PT Riders, have participated in the annual race since 2005 when they were introduced to the... read more »