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Finnegan & Poinelli Appointed to ENR NE & AIA CAE Juries

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Two members of SMMA's K-12 Studio, Lorraine Finnegan and Philip Poinelli, have been selected to serve as judges for Engineering News-Record New England and the American Institute of Architects Committee of Architecture for Education, respectively.

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Hutker Discusses Lyceum Fellowship with DesignIntelligence

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SMMA’s association with the Lyceum Fellowship—a program established by our founder, Jon McKee, to “advance the development of the next generation of talent by creating a vehicle for stimulating perceptive reasoning”—is something in which we take an enormous amount of pride. The program, now in its...

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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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WPI Field Featured on WCVB ‘Chronicle’

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SMMA's design for an athletic field atop a parking garage at Worcester Polytechnic Institute was featured on WCVB's (Channel 5 in Boston) "Chronicle" news magazine.

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Worcester Telegram Features WPI Green Athletic Roof

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Just a day after the facility was presented at the AIA New England Regional Conference and Design Awards, the new athletic field atop a parking garage at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, designed by SMMA, was featured in the Sunday, October 6 edition of The Worcester Telegram.

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Quincy High School Award Presented; Featured on Boston.com

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On May 13, at the Massachusetts State House, Martine Dion, SMMA's Director of Sustainable Design, was present, along with Quincy High School administrators, to receive the Green Ribbon School Award.

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