In conjunction with the celebration of its 50th year in business, Brown Lindquist Fenuccio & Raber Architects of Yarmouthport has announced that the firm has changed its name to Catalyst Architecture/Interiors.
“Our firm has always been client-driven, and now our new leadership team, announced in mid-2019, and our new name will reflect the creative synergy which drives our client partnerships and the design and construction process”, said Timothy Sawyer, company president.
Partners Timothy Sawyer, Kurt Raber and Todd Carson are recommitting to the firm’s core mission of partnering with their clients to provide a wide range of architectural, interior design and project management services across the commercial, civic and residential sectors.
As “an inspired team” of architects, interior designers and support staff, Sawyer said Catalyst will approach the next 50 years “by continuing to provide superior service, creating strong partnerships with clients, enhancing our local communities, and continuing to be the catalyst in the creation of exceptional spaces and places.
BLF&R, now known as Catalyst this year completed the new Cape Cod Five Banking Center in Hyannis; Cape Cod Village, a supportive residential community for autistic adults in Orleans; Amie Bakery in Osterville; Bank Newport in Johnston R.I,. and the redevelopment of Saquatucket Harbor with a new harbormaster’s building.
The firm has also recently broken ground this year on Terrapin Ridge, a new 30-unit residential community in Sandwich.
For more information, visit www.catalystarchitects.com