RGB Architects is pleased to announce new growth at the Providence-based firm in the form of recent hires and new commissions featuring innovative designs. The executive leadership at RGB Architects is excited about these recent developments as the growing team and new commissions will prove instrumental in assisting the firm as it continues to bring crucial architectural, project management, and design services to the New England Area.
The architectural division is excited to announce the latest team member additions who have joined RGB Architects including Alexis Noel, as the newest job captain, Eddie Tarbox, as one of the interior designers, Angelo Landry, as an architectural designer, and Patricia Labonte, as their new administrative assistant for the firm. Each member of the team was selected for their acclaimed talents within the architectural field, bringing unique skills that will continue to empower RGB Architects’ projects to reach new heights during the current ongoing growth.
Commissions currently underway at RGB Architects include Green Development, Igus Manufacturing, and a new Research and Development R&D Facility for Dryvit. The Green Development project will be located in North Kingstown, RI, and is slated to be the largest facility in the country. Notably, this development includes two emerging technology facilities and will be designed to be completed with zero emissions. The Igus Manufacturing project is a European-style facility that will be located in East Providence, RI. The development will feature live ivy-clad walls on the outside, influenced by the German tradition of growing ivy-clad walls on the facades of buildings. The R&D Facility for Dryvit is being created with innovative, DEV synthetic material in the interest of increasing the efficiency of the construction.
“RGB is also considered a ‘generalist’ and with that, we have done and continue to do almost every building type. Our specialization is architecture, but we also provide owners with Project Management services, interior design, procurement, and forensic architecture. This specialty makes us only 1 of 2 firms in New England to offer such diverse services,” explained David DeQuattro.