Habeeb & Associates Architects now has two office locations from which to serve you… our main office just south of Boston in Norwell and our new location in Worcester. No matter your location, we’ve got you covered! Located at: 100 Grove Street Suite 304 Worcester MA 01605
Washington, DC August 1, 2016 Jack Shea recently received the Accredited Learning Environments Planner (ALEP) Designation. Jack has 35 years of experience in education and this new accreditation is a mark of excellence which reflects his knowledge, skills, and abilities as an exceptional educational facility planner. The ALEP credential was designed to elevate professional standards, […]
Welcome Michael, H&A’s newest team member! Michael is learning all facets of his father’s business from administration to producing projects that have a high degree of client satisfaction. In his time away from the office, Michael works as a parish youth minister, cares for his small herd of sheep, enjoys soccer and woodworking.
Welcome Noelle! Noelle assists the architectural team by supplying administrative support and maintaining our reference library. She also edits specifications and digitalizes our extensive architectural drawing archive. As an accomplished equestrian, artist, and honor student we feel fortunate to have her on the team.
Welcome, Scott Bancroft, AIA, who has joined the H&A team as a Job Captain. “Accurate detailing and economically feasible solutions are a driving concern of mine”, says Scott. His proven ability to meet these concerns ensures our clients receive timely, affordable, and specific solutions. Scott’s experience with a wide variety of project types, problem solving […]
Congratulations Town of Westborough, MA where an 80% YES vote approved a $26.7m Sarah Gibbons Middle School renovation project! This 50 year extension on the lifetime use of the school is financially doable with 43% of the project costs covered by the MSBA. To discuss helpul tips for working with the MSBA process and generating a successful project… Contact Steve […]
On January 6, 2012, the archdiocese of Philadelphia announced that Conwell-Egan Catholic High School, the only Catholic high school in Lower Bucks County, would permanently close at the end of the 2011-2012 school year. Conwell-Egan Catholic Appealed the decision, raising funds and generating a solid business plan enabling them to move forward. On February 24, […]
Satisfying design criteria, with guaranteed safety and performance for a given structure comes naturally to Project Manager Elizabeth given her 29 years of experience as a registered Structural Engineer with a Master of Science in Civil Engineering. Project success is ensured as she is motivated by her deep seated care and concern for others. H&A […]
Six H&A staffers and their families sponsored the South Shore Charter School’s Annual 5k Fundraising Event and 3 of them received medals! H&A designer Kevin Buckley and his girlfriend Stephanie placed 2nd and 1st respectively in their division; and Bookkeeper Karen O’Brien (far right) placed 2nd in her division! Congratulations Kevin, Stephanie and Karen! and […]
Getting a Face Lift… On the inside of Immaculate High School, the students, faculty, educational programs and overall spirit reflect growth and excitement yet, the 1962 exterior entrance was no longer able to aptly portray its contents. Immaculate retained H&A to develop three entry concepts from which they would select one.
Habeeb & Associates Architects, announces that Charles E. Flagg III, RA, AIA of Newton has joined the firm as Senior Project Manager. In this role, Chuck will oversee the planing and execution of all architectural projects to ensure efficiencies of resources while exceeding client satisfaction.
From the Ashes… Following an unfortunate off-hours fire in March 2014 at the high school that rendered the administration wing, library and one of the two academic wings unsuitable for reuse, the innovative Dickinson Catholic Schools (DCS) Leadership Team embraced the opportunity to turn tragedy into triumph. They embarked on the development of a Master […]
(part 1) Facilities affect the quality of education. Facilities affect quality of teachers and staff. Facilities affect athletics. Facilities affect the variety of electives. Facilities affect extra-curricular activities. Facilities affect safety. Facilities affect comfort. Facilities affect reputation. Facilites affect first impressions. Facilities affect ENROLLMENT. Remember when you were young and someone in the know would […]