Fall 2020
We would like to extend our best wishes to you and your families during these extremely challenging times. We are fortunate to be able to continue to service our projects while maintaining the health and safety of our colleagues and clients. Please stay safe and healthy in the days and weeks to come.

Enclosed are some recent project achievements we are
proud to be a part of.

Recently Completed:
Photo by: Pam Rouleau
Brass City Food Hub
Waterbury, CT

The new food hub operated by Brass City Harvest opened in May and is offering local and regionally grown produce, dairy products, farm fresh eggs, artisan foods, and CT greenhouse products for sale. The 6,000 square foot facility was constructed on a former industrial brownfield site as a way to make inexpensive healthy food options more accessible to people in a part of the city known as a ‘food desert’ because of the lack of grocery stores nearby. Farmers bring their goods to the Food Hub where they are washed with state-of-the-art cleaning equipment, bagged, and made ready for sale. This unique facility helps the community by connecting local farmers to their customers while creating jobs for local residents and providing fresh food at discounted prices.

Architect: Ames & Whitaker Architects, Southington, CT

Under Construction:
Photo by: Ryan Walsh
2187 Atlantic Street
Stamford, CT
The structural steel framing was recently completed for support of a new glass curtain wall encompassing the boardroom, meeting rooms and new two-story atrium of this 10-story office building situated in the Harbor Point section of Stamford. Additionally, an outdoor lounge area was created on the rooftop to take advantage of the harbor views. The challenges for this project included removal of a portion of the 10th floor to create the new two-story atrium and strengthening of the supporting structural elements while minimizing the disturbance to the adjacent tenant spaces.

Client: BDCM Holdings LLC, Greenwich, CT

Architect: MKDA Architecture & Interior Design, Stamford, CT

On The Boards:
Rendering by: KG+D Architecture
Wolf Conservation Center
South Salem, NY

The Wolf Conservation Center is advancing their outreach with a new Educational Center that will include a learning hall, conference rooms, recreation room and a gift shop. The buildings’ wood and glass architectural elements will blend into the natural wooded surroundings of the Center where the facilities’ three “Ambassador Wolves” reside on exhibit and dozens of other wolves who are candidates for wild-release reside off exhibit within the WCC's Endangered Species Facility.

Architect: KG+D Architects, Mt Kisco, NY

Welcome to the World!

Ryan and Carol Walsh welcomed their new daughter, Chloe Elizabeth Walsh, on Thursday, October 15, 2020. Chloe joins big sister Amelia who is very excited to have a new baby sister at home!

All the Best to the Walsh Family!

Chloe Elizabeth Walsh