Check here frequently to find out about DiPrete Engineering projects, news, and community service.

Former Building 19 Site will be a CarMax

5-August-2014 Construction is underway for a new used car dealership at the former Building 19 site on Bald Hill Road right on the Cranston/Warwick line.

DiPrete Engineering Hires New Survey Department Manager

21-July-2014 DiPrete Engineering is a civil/environmental engineering firm that serves Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut recently welcomed Robert Babcock as its new Survey Department Manager.

DiPrete Welcomes Babcock

18-July-2014 DiPrete Engineering recently welcomed Robert Babcock as its new survey department manager.

DiPrete Engineering to complete $8 million expansion at URI

14-July-2014 Kingston, RI 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.

Quonset's Site-Readiness program major draw for Edesia

11-July-2014 DiPrete Engineering is currently working on the surveying, site engineering, permitting, construction documents and administration for Edesia's new location at Quonset.

Defeating MS One Sip at a Time

10-July-2014 Between DiPrete Engineering's wine tasting and the team's individual fundraising, PT Riders have raised over $13,000 this year in support of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Bob Babcock Joins DiPrete Engineering

10-July-2014 DiPrete Engineering is pleased to welcome Bob Babcock to the firm as our new Survey Department Manager.

BJ's Gas Now Open in Johnston!

10-July-2014 Discounted gasoline is now available for local BJ's Wholesale Club members at the Johnston Towne Centre's new fueling facility, formerly known as Stuart's Plaza

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.