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The Project That Keeps On Giving

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Swampscott High School is a project that stands out in SMMA’s portfolio of successful K-12 designs—it incorporates numerous elements of sustainable thinking, takes advantage of existing natural site features, and blends contextually into the cultural fabric of the Town. It was also completed nearly...

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SMMA Rendering of Providence College School of Business

Providence College Breaks Ground on New School of Business Building

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Providence College recently took a firm step forward in its mission to educate and inspire the economic and business leaders of tomorrow, breaking ground on the Arthur F. & Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies. The facility marks the latest collaboration between the College and designer...

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SMMA Meets ISO 9001:2008 Requirements

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At SMMA, we have always said that we are dedicated to quality and design excellence. Here’s proof to back it up: Using guidelines set forth by the International Organization of Standardization, the largest global developer of voluntary International Standards and the benchmark of standardization...

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MEMS Technology Center in Final Construction Phase

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The Richard Desich SMART Commercialization Center for Microsystems, a research and development center for producing sophisticated Microelectro Mechanical Systems technology, is moving closer to a scheduled 2013 opening. SMMA provided architecture and engineering design services for two class 1000...

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New Wellesley High School Celebrates Early Opening

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SMMA’s Wellesley High School design team joined town officials, students, faculty and residents to celebrate the opening of Wellesley’s new 280,000-square-foot high school. As class of ’40 and ’41 alumni ceremoniously turned out the lights in the old gymnasium, more than 1400 students walked from...

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Poinelli Elevated to AIA College of Fellows

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Philip J. Poinelli, FAIA, a Principal with SMMA, was named to the College of Fellows by the American Institute of Architects 2012 Jury of Fellows. Elevation to Fellowship is an honor awarded to AIA members who have made significant contributions to the architecture profession and society on a...

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SMMA Completes Design Adaptation for 15-Story Residential Tower

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SMMA recently completed adaptive redesign for 22 Water Street, a 15-story multifamily housing development to be built next year in the NorthPoint District of Cambridge. Jointly developed by Catamount Management and The Guterriez Company, the 392-unit tower is one of the first projects at North...

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EMC COE Recognized by Uptime Institute

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SMMA and EMC Corporation were selected as finalists for the 2012 Green Enterprise Information Technology Awards, presented by the Uptime Institute, recognizing energy achievement and design innovation on EMC’s new Center of Excellence in Durham, NC. The annual Uptime Institute GEIT Awards showcase...

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Cambridge's Salvation Army Celebrates Renewed Facility

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Together with the project team—SMMA and Columbia Construction Company—The Salvation Army of Massachusetts celebrated the completion of their new addition and renovations at their Cambridge Corps location. In attendance were civic and community leaders, along with local Salvation Army Divisional...

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Cole Middle School Earns AIA RI Honor Award

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SMMA's design for the Archie R. Cole Middle School was given an Honor Award by the Rhode Island Chapter of the American Institute of Architects along with special congressional recognition. The AIA Rhode Island cited the contextual nature of the project and celebrated the Cole Middle School for its...

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