Architectural Firm to Host Ribbon Cutting at Downtown Worcester Office

Architectural Firm to Host Ribbon Cutting at Downtown Worcester Office

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WORCESTER – The project architectural firm for the Canal District’s Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center will be hosting a ribbon cutting at its recently opened downtown Worcester office at 40 Southbridge St.

LLB Architects — founded in 1936 in Providence — opened their Worcester office in the historic Stevens Building on Southbridge St. in July 2018.

The ribbon cutting will take place on Thursday, April 25 at 4 PM. Mayor Joseph M. Petty, City Manager Edward M. Augustus, Jr., and Worcester Regional Chamber President/CEO Timothy P. Murray will be in attendance and joined by members of LLB’s Worcester Office and the firm’s four principals Christian J. Ladds, AIA; Kathleen A. Bartels, AIA; R. Drayton Fair, AIA; and Worcester Practice Manager Aimee G. Lombardo, AIA.

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R. Drayton Fair, AIA; Kathleen A. Bartels, AIA; Christian J. Ladds, AIA; and Worcester Practice Manager Aimee G. Lombardo, AIA),

According to the firm, LLB selected Worcester based on the City’s growing development activity.

In a released statement, the company said, “The firm is excited to be part of a community that values revitalizing historic buildings and improving urban environments, as it aligns with the firm’s work in adaptive re-use along with new construction that respects historic neighborhoods.”

Currently, LLB is working with the Worcester Public Library, the India Society of Worcester, and the DCU Center.


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