Alnoba Leadership Training Center in Kensington NH has received the annual Building Team Award from Building Design and Construction magazine. The award celebrates excellence in team collaboration and design/construction solutions. Petersen Engineering provided full MEP engineering services for the building which achieved Passive House standard.
Congratulations to Jason on becoming a licensed Professional Engineer!
Congratulations to Ted Hetzel for achieving the LEED AP BD+C credential.
The Multifamily Executive Awards honor some of the most outstanding individuals, projects and programs in the industry. This year, Loft Five50 is the Grand winner for Adaptive Reuse.
Two projects on which Petersen Engineering partnered with The Architectural Team have been announced as finalists for the J. Timothy Anderson Awards for Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation by the National Housing and Rehabilitation Association (NH&RA). The awards recognize outstanding projects across the nation, which “transform older, historic buildings and redefine their use, while primarily using […]
Loft Five50 and the Lofts at Loomworks have garnered Readers’ Choice Awards from Affordable Housing and Finance. These awards recognize projects for their “impact, creative problem solving, and innovation.” Petersen Engineering collaborated with The Architectural Team on both historic rehabilitation projects, providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection design and construction administration services.
We are excited to have been part of the team responsible for preserving and transforming a decaying former vocational high school building in Worcester, MA (locally known as “The Voke”) into a beautifully restored 84-unit multifamily residential building. Petersen Engineering was responsible for MEP/FP engineering for the project, collaborating closely with Winn Development and The […]
If you’re not already familiar with the Green Alliance, you should check it out – it’s a local advocacy group founded both to increase the profits of businesses that engage in sustainable practices, and to educate the public on more sustainable choices. Petersen Engineering is a proud Green Alliance business, and we had some nice […]
We are very pleased to have been involved with the new Bristol Commons project in Taunton, MA, which replaces an old 150-unit public housing development. The old development, known as Fairfax Gardens, had fallen into disrepair – it was cramped, inaccessible to people with disabilities, non-energy-efficient, and ridden with pests and mold. Petersen Engineering provided […]
We posted a few months back about our work on the Amherst Powerhouse in conjunction with the architects at Bruner/Cott. The project involved turning an abandoned coal-fired boiler house into a gathering space for students at Amherst College. We were very pleased to see the project written up in a recent issue of Architect magazine. […]