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Feast Your Eyes on URI's Future Dining Hall

10-Feb-2014 Meals will become a much more pleasant experience for students at the University of Rhode Island (URI) thanks to an $8 million expansion of Butterfield Dining Hall.

Church Opens its Doors to New Master Plan

10-Feb-2014 The Needham Congregational Church is a vibrant part of the local community. The church holds Sunday services, religious classes, and serves as a place for local meetings and gatherings.

Donate to Canstruction 2014

10-Feb-2014 DiPrete Engineering and Saccoccio & Associates Architects are teaming up to 'Keep an Eye on Hunger in Rhode Island,' by participating in Canstruction® 2014.

With 17 stipulations, CRMC staff report raises no objection to Deepwater Wind project

30-Jan-2014 DiPrete Engineering is assisting with the surveying and permitting for the 18-mile-long submarine transmission cable that would connect Block Island to mainland Rhode Island and the regional power grid.

DiPrete Engineering’s Len Bradley Appointed to the State of Rhode Island Code Consistency Council

29-Jan-2014 Leonard R. Bradley Jr., PE was recently appointed to the State of Rhode Island, Code Consistency Council by Governor Lincoln D. Chafee.

The benefits of Lean: Maximizing customer value, while minimizing waste

24-Jan-2014 A successful land development project gets that way for many different reasons.

INDEPENDENT VIEW: Harbor View subdivision plan conserves land

23-Jan-2014 DiPrete Engineering assisted with the Harbor View design plan to address environmental concerns, protect open space and allow for a creative site plan.

Guglielmo honored by planning-association chapter

12-Jan-2014 Sheryl Bezak Guglielmo was recently honored with the 2013 President’s Award for Distinguished Service from the American Planning Association’s Rhode Island chapter.

Culinary Incubator Planned in Warren, RI

DiPrete Engineering is working with the project team on transforming the former Main Street School into a Culinary Incubator. The incubator will include five commercial grade kitchens, common areas for lectures, and indoor and outdoor markets in the parking lot. The design utilizes pervious grass pavers that double for parking and the farmers market. The project recently featured in the Providence Business News.