• General carpentry work at job start-up

  • Door and hardware installation

  • Asphalt shingling and roofing

  • Panelized systems

  • Gypsum wall board and metal stud framing

  • Historic preservation

  • Safety, plan benches, temporary barricades, trailer setup

  • Rough carpentry with wood framing, truss framing, and structural framing

Sample Project

Brown University
Applied Math Building
Providence, RI






Architecture Research Office

Project Size

13,000 sf

Project Description

The Division of Applied Math is headquartered in 182 George Street, but is also partly housed on the new School of Engineering building site, prompting their relocation. The new building includes office and meeting space for approximately 75 students, faculty, and staff members. In addition to the new building, this project transformed the parking lot south of Barus and Holley into landscaped green space.

The Applied Math Building is an enabling project for a new 80,000 gsf School of Engineering building. Setting the stage for both the Applied Math and engineering projects, the University has established landscape and environmental goals for the larger site these projects are on. The block is bounded by Hope Street, George Street, Brook Street, and Prince Lab.