February 2017 - ID3A
Andrea Olson recently joined ID3A as an interior designer. Since completing her Master of Architecture at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Andrea has worked in both architecture and interior design primarily in the higher education and K-12 sectors. She also has experience in residential design-build and kitchen and bath design. Andrea excels in space planning, material, finish and furniture specification, client presentations and design and construction documentation and administration.
January 2017 - ID3A
Caitlin Magoon recently joined ID3A as an interior designer. With a bachelor's in architecture from Wentworth Institute of Technology, Caitlin has worked in both architecture and interior design. She has gained experience at several firms in New England working in the healthcare and higher educational sectors. Caitlin excels in interior planning, space planning, material and finish selection and specification and client presentations.
Hartford Steam Boiler Servery & Cafeteria Complete
December 2016 - ID3A
ID3A has just completed the design and construction of the new kitchen, servery and dining room for the Hartford Steam Boiler at their downtown location. A major draw in downtown over the last thirty years catering to local businesses, the popular Hartford Steam Boiler cafe is renown for its extensive list of healthy options and ethnic food choices.
How Creative Interior Design Can Help Brand Your Business....
Hartford Parking Authority
October 2016 - ID3A
September 26, 2016 - High Profile
February 20, 2016 - ID3A
Motomi Kobayashi recently joined ID3A as a junior designer. A graduate of Drexel University, Motomi has gained her initial experience in residential and kitchen design. She possesses exceptional computer skills with SketchUp, 3DsMax, Revit and Adobe Creative Suite and is currently creating renderings for our new UConn Law School Student Center project.
Interior design affects our lives every day. Exploring possibilities, working with the right interior design partner, and finding the right design make all the difference in crafting how people experience the business, not just the space, and the right choices can lift a business to a new level. I had the privilege of interviewing four interior designers from three members of the ...
The Hartford Parking Authority relocated to the second floor of a historic 1920’s office building adjacent The Old State House in downtown Hartford. Working with a conservative budget and tight schedule, the project involved renovating a 5,000 square foot space rich in historic detail. Existing floor to ceiling brass mullioned windows overlook...
Builds Shrine to Tort Law
September 28, 2015 - NPR
September 28, 2015 - The New Yorker
August 2015 - ID3A
In nineteen-forties Mississippi, William Daniels, an employee of the United Novelty Company, was cleaning a piece of his employer’s machinery. Daniels was using gasoline as a cleaning agent even though the company had repeatedly told its employees not to clean with gasoline. As he cleaned, the gasoline leaked through the machine and soaked a rat hiding underneath it. The rat ran under another machine for cover—a gas heater.
Consumer advocate and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader recently opened a museum filled with items like defective toys and unsafe machines all tied together under a unifying theme: tort law. Unless you're a lawyer, you might not quite know the exact meaning of the word tort. "It's a wrongful injury," Nader says. "It's a wrongful act that..
Nicole Desjardins recently joined ID3A as a junior designer. A graduate of Mount Ida College, Nicole earned a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design. She is experienced in AutoCAD, Sketchup, FF&E and samples coordinating and organizing.
O&G Completes Renovation
for America's First Tort Museum
Jay Stabach Joins
Smiles for the Future
Winsted, CT – O&G Industries recently completed the renovation and fit-out of a former bank building in Winsted that will become home to the American Museum of Tort Law. The museum, which will be the first of its kind in the country, was the vision of O&G client and former presidential candidate, Ralph Nader. The renovation included new interior finishes, restrooms, and upgrading of the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems within the ...
Jay has recently joined ID3A as Project Architect. His educational background consists of a comprehensive theoretical, historical and technical curriculum with an added focus on the urban environment. Jay has 13 years of experience in architectural design and construction and has experience with developing design concepts, producing construction documents, including consultant coordination and construction administration.
Smiles for the Future, LLC, a pediatric dental and orthodontic practice, had outgrown its space and relocated to a larger location on Naubuc Avenue. To accommodate the practice's procedure and waiting area, administrative and support space, the new facility required a 1,500 square foot addition. ID3A was selected to complete the programming, design and construction focusing on a new and improved workflow while incorporating patient friendly aesthetics.
Patrick Malloy Joins
Finalsite Office Renovation
Work on Ralph Nader Law Museum Underway in Winsted
Patrick has joined ID3A as Senior Project Architect and Revit Manager. He has 13 years of experience in architectural design, industrial design and construction working for several prominent firms in New York City and London. Patrick has demonstrated experience in design and drawing development from schematics to construction documents in both REVIT and AutoCAD. His design skills are reinforced by extensive abilities with the software REVIT.
Finalsite, an educational software company, relocated to a larger facility in Glastonbury. Their primary objective was to consolidate departments while offering a high-end collaborative environment to attract and retain creative young professionals. Now 100 employees with the average age of 27, it was important to provide a state-of-the-art environment that was clean, modern and tech ...
WINSTED - The construction of Ralph Nader’s “American Museum of Tort Law” is officially underway. Nader plans to open the nation’s first law museum by the fall of 2015 at 654 Main St. in his native Winsted. The application for the museum will go before the Winchester Planning and Zoning Commission on July 28. The meeting is 7 p.m. at Town Hall. The application is for a special exception change of use permit.
July 2, 2014 - MARKET NEWS
June 25, 2014 - BUSINESS WIRE
June 17 2014 - The Hartford Business Journal
NanoViricides, Inc. celebrated the grand opening of its new R&D and cGMP pilot manufacturing facility with Congressman Jim Himes as the Chief Guest yesterday, July 21. In addition, Senator Chris Murphy and Senator Richard Blumenthal sent delegates on their behalf while CT Governor Malloy sent a congratulatory Proclamation and was represented by Cowlis Andrews from CT’s Office of Business Development of the....
WEST HAVEN, Conn-- NanoViricides, Inc. (NYSE MKT:NNVC) (the “Company”) reports that the Construction Phase for its total renovation program of the facility at 1 Controls Drive, Shelton, CT is now complete. The City of Shelton has issued a Certificate of Occupancy for this facility after inspection of the new facility. NanoViricides is now performing specific modifications for its custom equipment and utilities needs.
Hartford, Conn – The Connecticut Building Congress (CBC) held its 19th Annual Project Team Awards banquet Tuesday, June 10th at the Bond Ballroom in Hartford. The program honored project teams within the architecture, engineering and construction Industry that showed extraordinary collaboration in the execution of their construction projects. The 2014 CBC Project Team of the Year was awarded to the Carrington Elementary School project team
CREW CT Blue Ribbon Awards
May 15, 2014 - The Hartford Business Journal
Hartford, CT – The Blue Ribbon Awards for CREW CT – The Real Estate Exchange were held on Thursday, April 10, 2014 at the Bond Ballroom in Hartford, CT. This annual awards program recognizes and honors excellence in real estate accomplishments in Connecticut. Real Estate professionals, as well as designers, developers, planners and other allied professionals were invited to submit nominees of projects completed in Connecticut during the 2013 calendar year, in