Sherri Ford Logue

Joins ID3A

October 2018 - ID3A, LLC

Sherri Ford Logue has joined ID3A as Senior Interior Designer.  After an absence of 6 years, Sherri is back bringing a wealth of new experience in the Corporate, Higher Education, Pre K-12 and Healthcare sectors. Sherri has experience managing interior design projects and has a strong background in FF&E.  She works with the design team to identify design issues to maintain design quality while meeting project schedules and budgets.

 

 

 

Katie Symonds

joins ID3A

May 2018 - ID3A, LLC

Katie Symonds has recently joined ID3A as a senior architect and project manager. With 16 years of experience, her portfolio includes a variety of university, private K-12 schools, child care centers, government and religious architecture. Katie has an extensive background in sustainable and evidence-based design as an active participant in the research of the interaction of humans and the built environment and the development of performance guidelines and post-occupancy review processes.

One State Street Cafe

in High Profile Magazine

September 27, 2017 - HIGH PROFILE MAGAZINE

ID3A, LLC has completed the renovation of the One State Street Cafe for The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company (HSB) in its 24-story, multi-tenant office building in downtown Hartford.  The project goals included a more functional kitchen, a visually appealing servery with better traffic flow to accommodate public traffic from the neighboring buildings...

 

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Caitlin Magoon

joins ID3A

January 2017 - ID3A, LLC

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 Parking Authority

Complete

February 20, 2016 - ID3A, LLC

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...

 

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Hartford Steam Boiler Wins AIA CT Business Architecture Award

Dustin DeBernardi

joins ID3A

May 2018 - AIA CONNECTICUT

February 2018 - ID3A, LLC

The Hartford Steam Boiler One State Street Cafe wins the AIA Connecticut Business Architecture Award's Special Recognition for Civic Contribution.  The Business Architecture Awards   honors architects for solving business problems for Connecticut clients, thereby demonstrating the power of architecture to shape business performance, to improve peoples’ lives and provide a value added service to clients in a business setting that far exceeds the costs of that service.

Dustin DeBernardi has recently joined ID3A as a draftsman. Dustin has four years of experience in site evaluations, field surveys, and construction documents for new and renovations projects in the commercial and residential sectors.  Dustin is proficient in 3D Renderings using Revit, Sketchup and Photoshop, to construct models for client presentations.

June 2017 - CBC

February 2017 - ID3A, LLC

The Connecticut Building Congress recognized outstanding building projects that exemplify project team excellence and represent the best practices in teamwork by project owners, architects, engineers, constructors and trades.  Hartford Steam Boiler's One State Street Cafe won a Team Merit Award for 2017.

 

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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.

Hartford Steam Boiler Servery & Cafeteria Complete

How Creative Interior Design Can Help Brand Your Business....

December 2016 - ID3A, LLC

September 26, 2016 - HIGH PROFILE MAGAZINE

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.

 

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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 ...

 

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Ralph Nader's

Builds Shrine to Tort Law

Ralph Nader's

Tort Museum

September 28, 2015 - NPR

September 28, 2015 - THE NEW YORKER

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..

 

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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.

 

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