BBS News

Next Millennium Design

The shift beyond 21st Century School Design is happening now. School districts are planning for re-opening after the pandemic shutdown. Student-based learning and its desire for open, flexible, and adaptable space is now faced with the challenges presented by social distancing and overall hygiene concerns. This phenomenon transcends beyond schools to engage homes, public libraries, […]

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Bayport-Blue Point Library Phase 1 Approved

Blue Point, NY – The former Ursuline Center renovation project, the new Bayport-Blue Point Library home, is making its way through the journey of critical approvals. The library has received a green light to start the Middle Road location’s Phase I site work. “We heard Sept. 30 from New York State Education Department Facilities Planning,” […]

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Lindenhurst Residents OK $9.4M Bond to Update, Expand Library

Lindenhurst, NY – A $9.4 million bond to update and expand Lindenhurst Memorial Library was given the green light Wednesday by voters. The spending for the library on Lee Avenue was approved by a vote of 474-399. The 15-year bond will add $64 per year to the tax bill of residents with a home assessment […]

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Final stages of Bayport-Blue Point Library construction package

Blue Point, NY – Bayport-Blue Point Library director Mike Firestone said the construction package for the new library location, the former St. Ursula Center, is nearing completion. BBS Architects, Landscape Architects & Engineers PC is preparing the paperwork for New York State Education Department Facilities Planning. “After they approve it, the work goes out to […]

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Groundbreaking for Springs School Additions & Alterations

Springs, NY – With school out for the summer, construction commences at Springs School in East Hampton, NY. In March 2018, Springs residents voted to support a $23 million referendum to expand educational space and renovate existing facilities at the school. BBS is happy to announce that the groundbreaking ceremony for Phase 1 took place […]

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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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