Lyceum Competition Announces 2017 Winner

May 22, 2017

The Lyceum Fellowship named Joshua Antolovic of the University of Cincinnati as the winner of its 2017 design competition, co-chaired by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien. His prize includes a $12 thousand grant for four months of travel abroad, affording him the opportunity to experience firsthand some of the world's grandest buildings and architectural designs.

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SMMA Fund Grants Scholarship to Hudson Senior

SMMA Fund Grants Scholarship to Hudson Senior

May 15, 2017

The SMMA Fund, the firm's philanthropic arm, has awarded its 2017 scholarship to Daniel Morton, a senior from Hudson High School. Daniel was chosen from a field of applicants based on his academic performance, recommendations from his counselors and teachers, and his stated intent to pursue studies in the field of design that contributes to the built environment.

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In Remembrance of Bill Maini

May 5, 2017

With appreciation for his achievements and sadness on his loss, we share the news of the passing of Bill Maini, a founding partner and former president and chief executive officer of SMMA. Together with Parker Symmes, Bill founded Vappi Symmes and Maini in 1955, at 240 Sidney Street in Cambridge. When architect Jon McKee joined the young firm three years later, they changed the name to Symmes Maini & McKee Architects and Engineers. 

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Michael van Hamel Earns ALEP Certification

Van Hamel Earns ALEP Credential

April 28, 2017

Michael van Hamel has been certified as an Accredited Learning Environment Planner by an independent commission convened on behalf of the Association for Learning Environments. Michael is the second ALEP at SMMA, making it the only architecture/engineering firm in the Northeast with multiple ALEPs on staff.

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