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New Residential Building for I-195 Redevelopment Area in Providence

Rendering by ZDS Architecture Churchill and Banks teamed up with ZDS Architecture, DiPrete Engineering, and The Torrey Company to design and build a 60,000 square foot, five story multi-family building at 580 South Water Street in Providence. The building will include 69 residential units, 69 parking spaces, and luxury living conditions. DiPrete Engineering is providing site design, survey, and permitting through the City of Providence, RIDEM, CRMC and Narragansett Bay Commission. The site was a previous…
Kait Barnett
October 28, 2020
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Gotham Greens Expands to New England

Photo Credit: Rhode Island Monthly Pictured is a rendering of Gotham Greens' forthcoming 110,000 square foot high-tech greenhouse farm. Located on the banks of Providence’s Woonasquatucket River, the project will create approximately 60 permanent and 100 construction jobs. Soon, we’ll be able to eat locally grown lettuce year-round sprouted at a facility that once was an industrial wasteland. Gotham Greens is constructing a $12.5 million, 110,000-square-foot high-tech greenhouse facility that will produce 10 million heads…
diprete
April 30, 2019
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Chris Duhamel Named President of Providence Engineering Society

Last night, the Providence Engineering Society (PES), known for being the oldest professional engineering society in the country, introduced its new President, Chris Duhamel. The announcement was made at the Society’s Annual Meeting featuring program speaker, Eric Offenberg, PE, Director of Engineering at Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority (RITBA). Chris, who works as a Principal for DiPrete Engineering, formerly served as the Society’s Vice President. As a Professional Engineer and Professional Land Surveyor, he…
diprete
June 11, 2018
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New High-Rise Hotel for Downtown Providence

Rendering of the new Residence Inn by Marriott. Photo Credit: Vision 3 Architects Upon final demolition of the Fogarty building in Downtown Providence, construction of a new nine-story hotel has begun. Owner of the property, Procaccianti Companies, Inc., says they bought the vacant City-owned half-acre property about a decade ago due to its central location. “Our Firm’s six decades of experience in the Providence real estate market provides a unique perspective of where concentrated growth…
diprete
May 3, 2018