BBS News

School Construction Has Begun at Scarsdale

Scarsdale, NY –  …  At Greenacres Elementary School the work has begun and the construction and staging fencing is up. The excavation for the addition on Huntington Avenue is in process. Inside the school, workers have begun demolition and the asbestos removal is largely complete. There will be additional demolition later on. The interior work […]

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Voters in Florida, NY, approve 2019 Capital Project

Florida, NY – Voters in the Florida Union Free School District approved the 2019 Capital Project on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. The official results of the vote were 187 “yes” and 112 “no” ballots cast. The $7,985,804 million capital improvement project will address necessary building repairs, enhance learning spaces, and make Golden Hill Elementary and […]

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Clients expect special expertise from architects, engineers and builders

When it comes to building projects, clients expect a higher level of specific expertise than ever from their architects, engineers and construction managers. Firms that provide these services have adapted over the years, deepening their areas of specialization by industry as well as by service area. BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers began to specialize […]

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BBS appoints first new partners in 30 years

Patchogue-based BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers, a firm founded in the 1970s, has appointed new partners for the first time in more than 30 years. BBS, which primarily does design and engineering work for Long Island’s K-12 public schools and higher education institutions, has brought on six partners as part of a corporate succession […]

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Congratulations to Our New Partners

BBS Welcomes Six New Partners to its Leadership Team! We are pleased to announce that Frederick W. Seeba, Lawrence Salvesen, Kevin J. Walsh, Kenneth G. Schupner, Joseph B. Rettig, and Gary W. Schiede have been named partners of the firm. “The new partners have led the firm’s design efforts for countless schools, universities, and other projects completed on […]

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