Renovation of a 1,200 SF space into a classic car showroom.
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.