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New Cottages on Caswell Transform the Heart of Narragansett Pier

24-Nov-2014 Four new single-family cottages known as The Cottages on Caswell have been built on Caswell St

Ashaway RV Resort is Ready to Roll

24-Nov-2014 DiPrete Engineering recently provided engineering and permitting support to Ashaway RV Resort, a destination campground located on 74 acres in Hopkinton, RI.

Applebee's New Look at Garden City

24-Nov-2014 Applebee's recently unveiled its new prototype design featuring bold colors and a sleek stone-faced tower at Garden City Center in Cranston.

Quonset firm picked to help build offshore wind farm

13-Nov-2014 Have you heard? Deepwater Wind is set to build the first offshore wind farm on Block Island and DiPrete Engineering is lending a helping hand by providing the on land surveying and cable permitting!

New Eco-Friendly Apartments Popping Up

10-Nov-2014 The former Cranston-Johnston Catholic Regional School, also known as St. Mark’s, is currently under renovation to be transformed into 20 loft-style apartments.

More Retailers Arrive at Dowling Village

31-Oct-2014 Dowling Village, a new mixed-use development in North Smithfield, continues to grow with several new businesses opening up their doors in the past few months.

Briarcliffe's New Cottage Micro-Community

31-Oct-2014 Briarcliffe Gardens recently opened its Cottage Residence, a 10,000 square foot Cottage Micro-Community comprised of 20 private suites.

Vision 3 designs 10,600 s/f Cottage at Briarcliffe Gardens

28-Oct-2014 The Cottage at Briarcliffe Gardens in Johnston is now open! DiPrete Engineering helped provide permits and design.

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.