Engineering News

DiPrete Engineering Raises More Than $22,000 To Help Fight Multiple Sclerosis

CRANSTON, RI – Employees and friends of DiPrete Engineering participated in the National MS Society’s annual Bike MS: Ride the Rhode event held June 20-21, raising a total of $22,793 that will support research to help find a cure for multiple sclerosis. This year, 15 cyclists from DiPrete Engineering’s “PT Riders”, participated in the ride along a 150-mile route that began at the Narragansett Pier School.  The PT Riders were among the top five fundraising teams…
Sheryl Guglielmo
August 6, 2015
Engineering News

Looking North

DiPrete is branching out.  In response to several client requests, we are now licensed to do survey work in New Hampshire. The northern exposure will help DiPrete expand its footprint and pave the way for more opportunities to work with local municipalities and developers on future projects. “Without a Permanent Land Surveying License, the regulations in New Hampshire allowed us to do one project per registered surveyor,” said Brian Timm, Senior Project Manager at DiPrete…
Sheryl Guglielmo
July 29, 2015
Engineering News

Big Night Out

David and Molly Titus You may have noticed that Senior Project Engineer Molly Titus doesn’t generally wear a large hat to work. She and her husband, David, donned their racing attire for a Kentucky Derby themed fundraiser at Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State. “I wore a hat, it was big and crazy,” said Molly, “He had a bow tie and a very formal suit.” Molly attended as a sponsor on behalf of…
Sheryl Guglielmo
July 29, 2015
Engineering News

Veterans’ Homelessness Targeted by Rhode Island Projects

With a statewide effort underway to end veterans’ homelessness, DiPrete Engineering is pitching in to help Saccoccio & Associates with a project. As the former Heaton and Cowing Mill is transformed into 20 affordable homes for veterans, DiPrete is providing its surveying, site engineering and permitting services. DiPrete is working in collaboration with the Blackstone Valley Development Corporation and Veterans for Tomorrow to renovate the vacant jewelry manufacturing building. The building is located at 1115…
Sheryl Guglielmo
July 29, 2015