Tecton continues relationship with Wilbraham, Mass.
On the heels of a successful project with Wilbraham’s Fire Department, principal Jeff McElravy has accepted another commission for work at the police department.
Read more on this story at http://www.thereminder.com/localnews/wilbrahamhampden/policestationfinalists/
You can also watch the television report. http://www.cbs3springfield.com/story/26134910/wilbraham-selectmen-approve-architect-for-police-station-feasibility-study\
Congrats to SCSU and the Tecton design team who achieved a LEED Gold rating for this energy efficient building. To read more about the building’s on-going success, click here.
This week, Tecton unveiled an Ideas Competition for all staff members. Entitled, Re-New, Re-Constitute Constitution Plaza the competition will use the North Plaza as the site, and teams will create a program and design to enliven, re-energize and re-constitute the plaza. The first stage is a walk-through and then programming/thesis statements are due. All the teams will collaborate on a Revit model.
Stay tuned for more details as the competition gets underway.
I had to watch this twice. Once to remark on how much snow we had this year, and then to see the Richmond dormitory building go up. It’s a pretty cool video.
If you happen to be in Newport, Rhode Island and are lucky enough to be attending the COCC Annual Client Conference on June 11-12, please stop by and visit Tecton Architects. Jeff McElravy and Kathryn Mease along with our design associates from OFI, will be available to answer questions about our firm and our recent design of COCC’s new corporate headquarters.
Today is more than hotdogs and high schoolers in band uniforms. Tecton would like to honor those men and women from our staff, our colleagues and our clients who have served. Happy Memorial Day! And thanks!