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SMMA interns, Kelly Papa, Diego Macias, Shuwei Liu, Nicholas Emma, Erin Comeau, Daniel Clasby

Meet the Interns

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For a few months every year, SMMA affords a select number of students—all aspiring architects and engineers—the opportunity to bring the knowledge and design skills they've acquired throughout their studies to bear on real-world commissions. Our interns gain hands-on studio experience, becoming...

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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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Gala Celebrates Opening of Schneider Arena

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On the occasion of the first game of the women's hockey team at Providence College, there will be a gala event on the evening of Friday, September 27, to celebrate the grand reopening of Schneider Arena. The extensive new three-story addition to the existing hockey arena, designed by SMMA, included...

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Galloway Achieves Certified Energy Manager Designation

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SMMA Civil Engineer Elizabeth Galloway has been accredited as a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) by the Association of Energy Engineers, an international organization of engineers engaged in energy management and sustainable design.

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Voters Approve Winchester High School Renovation

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On Tuesday, voters in Winchester overwhelmingly approved a debt exclusion to pay for a $130 million overhaul of Winchester High School designed by SMMA. The measure passed by 68%, with 5900 yes votes and 2402 no votes. Fifty-one percent of registered voters cast ballots in the election.

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ACE Mentor Program Encourages Future Architects, Designers

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The ACE (Architecture, Construction, Engineering) Cambridge and Boston Mentor Program recently wrapped up another successful year of teaching and, ideally, instilling passion for design and building in talented high school students. The group of nine from the Community Charter School of Cambridge...

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