RGB keeps growing with new staff

RGB continues to grow its practice. Additional architectural design staff joined the RGB team recently. These talented designers are currently supporting client projects in public safety design, commercial design, and educational design. RGB also announces that Frederick Love, AIA is working with our team as a historic consultant.
Luis_Contes_2017Luis Contes, Assoc. AIA joined RGB Architects as Intern Architect. Luis graduated from New England Institute of Technology with a bachelor of science in Architecture and resides in Southbridge, MA. Luis is currently working on renovation projects for area school districts and design for reconstruction of Roger Williams Park Carriage House.
Rene_Brakels_2017René Brakels joined RGB Architects as a Job Captain. René brings experience in residential, commercial, educational design, andurban planning projects completed in Europe. René is a licensed architect in he Netherlands and holds a BSc in Engineering/Architecture from the HAN University, The Netherlands and MSc in Architectural Design from the University of Delft. René resides in Cranston, RI and is currently designing commercial and retail projects for clients in several states.
Pedro_Hernandez_2017Pedro Hernandez joined RGB Architects as an Intern Architect. Pedro is a graduate of Roger Williams University with a Masters of Architecture. Pedro is a resident of Pawtucket, RI. Pedro is currently part of RGB’s design team for a new Public Safety Complex in North Providence.

Frederick_Love_2017Frederick R. Love, AIA, a former long-term RGB employee, is again working with us on historic preservation projects. Fred has been an independent consultant since 2001. His continuing commitment to historic preservation spans more than twenty years of impactful projects. His work on Franklin Court in Philadelphia for the National Park Service, The Rhode Island Supreme Court Building for the Public Building Authority, Manchester Street Power Plant for Bechtel Corporation, and Providence’s City Hall, illustrate just a few of his successes.

Fred provides a knowledgeable, historic perspective to projects. He worked to restore Pawtucket’s Slater Park Carousel in 1978 through a Federal Grant in Aid project, and he’s currently working with RGB to again assess the historic site’s condition. We’re proud to say that together, we’ll make history again.

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