Engineering News

David Russo Promoted to Project Manager

DiPrete Engineering is pleased to announce the promotion of David A. Russo, PE, to Project Manager. As one of the firm's longtime employees, Dave joined DiPrete Engineering in 1998 through a Cranston High School West internship. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science in 2004 and a Master of Science-Civil/Environmental Engineering in 2008 from the University of Rhode Island. Dave is a licensed Professional Engineer in the states of Rhode Island and Massachusetts.…
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January 20, 2015
Engineering News

Giving Back During the Holidays

Supporting the surrounding communities and their residents is an important priority for DiPrete Engineering. This year, the DiPrete team adopted a family through the Ronald McDonald House, buying gifts over the recent holiday season. While keeping identities anonymous, the program provided employees with the family members' wish lists that included toys, games, clothing, and gift cards. "We had a very high participation rate this year," said Lisa Baccari, a receptionist at DiPrete Engineering, who coordinated…
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January 15, 2015
Engineering News

DiPrete Expands into Massachusetts

Massachusetts is in high demand for DiPrete Engineering's expertise in engineering, surveying, and planning.  Just take a look at the map, and you will see the firm's presence has grown substantially in the past three years.  Offering its services in the commercial, industrial, residential, and municipal markets, DiPrete has established a significant footprint across the Commonwealth. "We've seen an increase of approximately 150% over the past three years," said Brian Timm, a Senior Project Manager…
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January 15, 2015
Engineering News

Chris Duhamel Named Westerly Council President

Christopher Duhamel, the new Town Council president, brings 25 years of experience serving the town to his new position. Duhamel, a Republican, was elected unanimously Monday to serve as council president for the next two years by his fellow council members. The motion to nominate Duhamel was made by Councilor Jack Carson. “I have every confidence, moving forward, that (Duhamel) will continue the fine work that you’ve done for the past six years,” Carson said,…
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December 22, 2014
Engineering News

Sears building demolished to make way for LA Fitness

PROVIDENCE - Crews last Saturday demolished the old Sears building on North Main Street, the next step in the modernization of a block that once contained Sears, the Anderson-Little Men's Clothing store, and Down Under Duckpin Bowl. The demolition makes way for a new LA Fitness facility and expansive parking lot across from Gregg's Restaurant. The actual gym will be located on the Pawtucket side of the city line, while parking for about 300 cars…
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December 22, 2014