A new 13-story office tower headquarters for BCBS Rhode Island built in 2008
The existing BioMed center bounded by Brown, Meeting, Thayer, and Olive Streets got a $95m addition for a new Biomedical Research center
A hub of student and museum activity for RISD named after the late Happy Chase, an ardent preservationist of properties along Benefit Street
An unconventional home (for Providence) in a conventional working class neighborhood
A modern, 13-story glass box reflecting the mall, the Westin, Union Station, and Waterplace park.
An 80' high, 400' long steel bridge spanning the Providence River, preassembled and floated into place on August 27, 2006
A seven story low rise condominium complex along the Blackstone River with 255 units — the first phase of a larger residential center
The first LEED-certified college residence hall in the state, part of the Rhode Island College campus
A new bank construction done in a classical form on Smith Hill steps away from the State House.
An early entry into the luxury apartment market built in 2003. By 2005 it was purchased and redeveloped as 330 condominiums.
An older building made way for a new patient care and operating room facility in the middle of a dense residental neighborhood
A pair of residential towers built during the mid-2000s post 9-11 boom — condos selling at the time for $300k to $1m.
A 56,000 square foot center for Brown University’s international studies students
A mix of retail, parking, hotel rooms, and upscale condominiums. At 31 stories and 358 feet tall, it is currently the 3rd tallest structure in Rhode Island.
Four residential units plus retail in a industrial chic box added density to the West Side in 2007.