DiPrete Engineering Raises More Than $16,000 for Multiple Sclerosis

DiPrete Engineering employees and friends recently participated in the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s annual Bike MS: Ride the Rhode event held June 10-11.  Riding 150 miles, the team raised over $16,000 which will go toward supporting research to help find a cure for multiple sclerosis. This year marked DiPrete’s 12th MS Society bike ride.... read more »

Nicole Reilly Promoted to Vice President

DiPrete Engineering would like to congratulate Nicole Reilly, PE, LEED AP on her promotion to Vice President, making her the firm’s first female Vice President.  Nicole joined DiPrete Engineering in 2006 after gaining valuable experience in the public sector from the Town of Narragansett.  She received her Bachelor’s degree from Boston University and her... read more »

Chris Duhamel Promoted to Principal

DiPrete Engineering is proud to announce that Chris Duhamel, a Professional Engineer and Professional Land Surveyor, has been promoted to Principal of the firm. With over 30 years of land surveying and engineering experience across New England, Chris has been an essential member of DiPrete from day one.  He has worked with many of... read more »

Len Bradley Promoted to Principal

DiPrete Engineering would like to extend a congratulations to Len Bradley, PE on his promotion to Principal. Len joined DiPrete Engineering in 2000 after completing over a decade of engineering and design work throughout Southern New England. Len is a technical and strategic adviser to DiPrete’s engineering team, working to stimulate their knowledge, growth... read more »

Eric Prive Promoted to Senior Project Manager

DiPrete Engineering is pleased to announce the promotion of Eric Prive, PE to Senior Project Manager. Eric, who leads a team of civil and environmental engineers, joined DiPrete Engineering in 2000 when he was a student at the University of Rhode Island. Recognized for his exceptional skills in dealing with difficult designs, regulatory agencies,... read more »