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Architectural Faculty Leads the Design Effort


Posted 04/11/2018
Category: Accolades

Professor Daniel Davis, AIA, Department of Architecture, College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture recently led the design effort for Quisenberry Acari Malik (QA+M) with their proposal for the St. John Towers renovations in Stamford, CT.  After presentations from several firms, QA+M and Davis’ proposed design was selected for the project which includes the complete rehabilitation of two separate 17-story residential towers with 120 units each.  The buildings were built in 1969 and are currently occupied.  All exterior and interior finishes will be replaced, along with building infrastructure, including mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.  QA+M, of Farmington, CT was awarded the project through the St. John Urban Development Corporation.  The project will be funded through state and local financing, including State of Connecticut Department of Housing and Connecticut Housing Finance Authority.  The design team also included Philippe LeQuellec, a 2017 graduate of the University’s Architectural Engineering Technology Program.