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Brewed Awakenings Goes Big in Warwick

29-August-2014 Brewed Awakenings' fifth and largest coffeehouse on Bald Hill Road in Warwick is almost ready to open its doors.

Two Beauties Revealed at Garden City Center

29-August-2014 Sephora and L'Occitane en Provence, have unveiled their new stores as part of The Wilder Companies' plan to revitalize the historic Garden City Center in Cranston, RI.

Restaurant Depot Dishes Up Redevelopment in Cranston

29-August-2014 Restaurant Depot, a leading low-cost national supplier to independent food businesses, has decided to renovate its Cranston location.

DiPrete Engineering putting the pieces together to invigorate blighted shopping plazas

22-August-2014 There was a time when big-box retailers placed shopping plazas off of heavily traveled roads.

Brewed Awakenings in Warwick To Open in September

20-August-2014 Brewed Awakenings and DiPrete Engineering collaborated to provide permitting and engineering for the fifth new location.

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.

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.