We would like to welcome our newest client, Mount Morris Central School District. SEI is providing architectural/ engineering services for the District’s capital improvement project. The project is in the pre-referendum planning phase and we are working with the district to develop project scope that will address the needs identified in the 5-Year Capital Facilities Plan and Building Conditions Survey.
Congrats are also in order for Manchester-Shortsville Central School District, where Red Jacket voters overwhelmingly approved a referendum. The $3.1M capital improvement project will address safety/security upgrades, ADA compliance, and site utility/ sitework improvements. The project will also help reduce annual repair costs and energy consumption.
Congratulations to Brasher Falls District (St. Lawrence Schools) on the passing of their referendum Tuesday. Voters overwhelmingly approved a $375,000 plan to address security issues in the District. The district can now move forward with plans to beef up security at the high school and elementary school by tightening access to the buildings.
Congrats to Michele Volpe for winning the Peeps contest!
Perhaps a phone call to Becky will help obliterate the Peeps? Can’t imagine they would voluntarily disappear!
Ashley E. Rubino, Assoc. AIA Architectural DesignerCoincidentally, Danielle and Ashley went to school together at State University of NY at Buffalo. Danielle is working in the Rochester office, and Ashley in the Albany office, and neither one knew about the other until they were both hired!
Congratulations also to Wheatland-Chili Central School District. District voters approved Proposition 1, a $5.9 million capital improvement project. The scope of work includes improvements to the Middle/High School, T.J. Connor Elementary School and the Bus Garage.
Congratulations to Ellicottville Central School District on their $9.8 million capital improvement project! District voters approved the referendum on Tuesday! The scope of work includes program improvements, health and safety improvements, asset preservation/maintenance, exterior envelope/energy improvements and accessibility upgrades. One of the highlights of the project will be a new multi-purpose gym.
Congrats to Kelly and Kiel Wobser on the birth of their daughter, Ella Maria Wobser. Ella was born Sunday 5:42 PM and weighed 8 lbs. 6 oz. Looks like she will be ready for Revit pretty soon. Also congrats to Vic Tomaselli for winning the baby pool!
In tribute to our favorite “missing” architect, Justin, we have a Peep contest for you. This is the easiest contest yet! Simply vote with your answer to our newest poll in the right column, then tell us a really important animal that we left out, in your comment below. You must be using a gravatar to be eligible. The winner will get all the candy in the picture including the Peeps. If you need an “up close” view of the peeps, just click the photo to enlarge. Note: since Justin is the only person (well maybe Becky, also) who actually likes Peeps, we included some other fun new Easter candy.
So, the winner of the Eye Candy Contest was selected, but never announced, and the winner was patiently waiting. According to Brenna, her eye candy item was more of a wishlist than bucket item… And she took the title of the contest literally.
Notice Brenna and Mike (Albany Office FedEx guy) riding a pink unicorn over a rainbow on their way to happily ever after. Brenna wanted to point out how accurate her representation of Mike was, so she included his photo. The $25 candy prize will hopefully be shared with Mike (we hope he has a good sense of humor).