Source: Wicked Local Beverly
On Nov. 10, DMS Design LLC participated in a ceremony at Rockridge Retirement Community, a Deaconess Abundant Life Community in Northampton. Rockridge’s expansion includes Violette’s Crossing, with 25 independent rental apartments for those of moderate income, as well as the new Gardens Neighborhood for Memory Support on the building’s first floor. DMS Design LLC senior project manager Sid Silveira joined: Rockridge executive director Beth Vettori; Joseph Haavisto from Hutter Construction; Northampton mayor David Narkewicz; president and CEO of DALC Christopher Sintros; and Rockridge board of overseers chair John Young for this event.
Violette’s Crossing will allow residents to live independently in their own apartments while eliminating the chores often associated with home ownership. It will also give the residents an opportunity to become part of a supportive community. Extensive research suggests that there is a lack of quality housing for those earning moderate incomes. The Gardens Neighborhood for Memory Support will be updated and expanded to include 24 suites on the first floor and a private, resident-accessible, secure courtyard. By adding the additional apartments in Violette’s Crossing and additional suites in the Gardens, Rockridge will provide quality housing for seniors.
“We have been working with a great team to get us to this point, and we are excited for Rockridge to incorporate this unique component to unite their campus,” Silveira said.
DMS design, llc of Beverly designs supportive housing project for women and children in Dorchester, MA
On Tuesday, June 16, 2015, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Cardinal Sean O’Malley attended the groundbreaking of a supportive housing project in Dorchester, MA. The center, located on the campus of St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children, will create twelve units of transitional housing. DMS design, llc of Beverly is the architect and NEI General Contracting of Randolph is the general contractor. Funding was provided by the Massachusetts Maternity and Foundling Hospital, the City of Boston’s Department of Neighborhood Development and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’s Department of Housing and Community Development.
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New Bedford Preservation Society recognizes Community Action For Better Housing with an Elm Award for its excellent work rehabilitating the Oscar Romero House, the former James Tripp Rooming House.
Boston.com – August 02, 2011
Lorie Skolski is now a principal responsible for market direction, strategic planning, operations, partner relationships, and accounting at DMS Design, LLC, an architectural firm located in Beverly.
Ginny Boutchia was named lead drafter at the firm.
Sid Silveira has been named project manager.
Banker & Tradesman – August 01, 2011
Beverly-based DMS Design LLC has hired Lorie K. Skolski, Sid Silveira and Ginny Boutchia.
Skolski, a Realtor, has been named principal responsible for market direction, strategic planning, operations, partner relationships and accounting, according to a statement. Skolski will work closely with DMS’s real estate development partners to market and sell units designed by DMS.
Silveira, who has more than 15 years of residential and commercial architectural experience, joins the firm as project manager. Silveira’s experience includes varying types of projects including retail buildings, daycare centers and healthcare facilities.
Ginny Boutchia has been hired as lead drafter. Boutchia, a 16-year veteran in master site planning and schematic design, has worked on a number of restaurants, office buildings, daycare centers, healthcare facilities and banking institutions.
In this episode of Cash Deal for a Home, the buyer chooses a condominium unit designed by DMS design! Our unit is shown starting at the 18:05 minute mark.
Beverly Citizen – February 11, 2010
Beverly, Mass. — Architect Dan Skolski of DMS Designs, which is located at the Cummings Center, has donated his design services to the construction of the Boys & Girls Club of Stoneham Technology Center.
Skolski is seeing the project through all stages of development. The project involves rebuilding the deteriorating front exterior wall of the club and then sealing off the room to create a quiet learning environment for the tech center. The center will be the home of 15-20 new computers for members.