Rhode Island Architecture firm Saccoccio & Associates has acquired the Architecture Division of CDR Maguire, the company announced today.
Architectural services for current CDR Maguire projects will be directed by Saccoccio & Associates Inc. principals Mark Saccoccio and Steve Guglielmo. As part of the transition current CDR Maguire architectural employees will move to Saccoccio & Associates but remain in their Milton office. Saccoccio will add staff at both the Cranston and Milton offices and other CDR Maguire locations around the country as needed.
“Aligning ourselves with Saccoccio & Associates allows us to immediately strengthen our architectural division,” CDR Maguire President Carlos A. Duart said. “They have the resources, experience and expertise to provide our clients with the level of service they’ve come to expect. We’re very excited about our new capabilities.”
Founded in 1973, Saccoccio & Associates is second generation architecture firm based in Cranston. The firm has designed numerous schools, commercial sites, housing developments and public buildings, primarily in Rhode Island and Southern New England. Its work has included the award-winning Meeting Street School, North Kingstown High School, URI’s Ballentine Hall, the Rhode Island Center for the Performing Arts (Park Cinema), the Potowomut fire station in Warwick, the Smithfield police station and the Cranston police station.
Founded in Providence in 1938, CDR Maguire is a national professional engineering and emergency management firm with more than 175 professionals and support staff located throughout the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands. It currently manages over $2 billion in public sector projects. Its portfolio includes the Iway 195 relocation project, Gillette Stadium/Patriots Place, the Ryan Center at the University of Rhode Island and the Oak Bluffs Terminal Expansion in Martha’s Vineyard.