Downtown Update
January 2020 | Issue 1
Luchs Consulting Engineers Joins CMSC’s Professional Affiliate Network
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Company known for going “above and beyond the call of duty” for municipalities
Luchs Consulting Engineers/DeCarlo & Doll Architects live, work, and play here in Connecticut’s downtowns. Their team of civil engineers provides design of streetscapes and supports electric, gas, water, and sewer infrastructure to help make our cities and towns safe, clean, livable, and fun. Their architects specialize in the adaptive reuse of historic buildings, adding to the historic context of our neighborhoods. 

A Connecticut small business themselves, they’re located in the historic Meriden Post Office where their meticulous renovation of that building is an example of how they practice what they preach. Luchs was also a sponsor of the recent Meriden Downtown Preservation & Development Conference, a CMSC Legacy City Showcase event.

Please join us in welcoming Luchs Consulting Engineers/DeCarlo & Doll Architects to our Professional Affiliate network. Find more information about Luchs and our other Professional Affiliates on our website .
Mansfield Issues RFQ to Develop Information Guide
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The Town of Mansfield and the Mansfield Board of Education are seeking to obtain the services of a qualified Consultant to work with staff and key stakeholders to develop an Information Guide for the Town of Mansfield. 

CMSC members often ask for our assistance in a variety of different areas. We typically assist communities in the development of RFQs and in promoting opportunities for qualified consultants to respond to the call for needed expertise. Interested in learning how we can help your town? Email us!
Sponsorship is key to CMSC's ability to provide services to our members, and education & technical assistance to CT's downtowns. We proudly thank our many generous sponsors below.
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