OCTOBER 2011 | PUMP HOUSE HONORED BY PEERLESS ROCKVILLE
"The City of Rockville was recently selected as a winner of a 2011 Peerless Rockville Perservation Award for the
renovation of the historic Pump House
at Croydon Park, 401 South Horners Lane. The awards committee unanimously
recognized the project team for its outstanding achievement in renovating the building into a valued community
asset..." [Read More]
APRIL 2011 | NEW VISITOR CENTER NOW OPEN
"April 2, 2011 marked the grand opening of the Frederick Visitor Center
in its new location at 151 S. East Street,
Frederick, MD. The celebration included a ribbon cutting for the new center followed by a dedication of the Frederick
County History Bell. The bell rang at 10 a.m. for the first time in its new location to kick off Bell & History Day,
which marks the beginning of the museum season."
MARCH 2009 | "TAKING THE LEED"
Project Architect Kori Purdum-Matheis was mentioned in "Smart Company", Issue 11 - March | April 2009, for her recent
work on FCPS' new Earth and Space Science Laboratory
and how it was designed to capitalize on solar and geothermal energy.
The picture located on the right was taken in front of ESSL during constuction and was used for the artical.
JULY 2008 | "LODGING INSPIRED BY LITERATURE"
Proffitt and Associates was mentioned in "Smart Company", Issue 7 - July | August 2008, for their recent work on renovations
to a historic Boonsboro hotel.
JUNE 2008 | ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH BUILDING BLESSED
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, just off Sharpsburg Pike at 18313 Lappans Road, celebrated a ground blessing Sunday
for a construction project.
The church is building a new handicapped-accessible, environmentally friendly, 3,200-square-foot building.
Planned for construction behind the parish hall, built in 1955, the new building is intended to accommodate
the parish's growing ministries, especially those that reach out to the surrounding community.
MAY 2008 | E.S.S.L. GROUNDBREAKING
Earth and Space Science Laboratory Groundbreaking Ceremony kicks off construction of new facility for Frederick
County Public Schools. The 10,624 square feet facility is the first in the school system with geothermal heating
and cooling plus 100 BP Solar-donated solar panels. It will feature an 80-seat planetarium with a 34-foot dome,
two science classrooms and aquarium areas, an oceanography lab, geology lab, welcome garden and office space.
APRIL 2008 | "IT MAKES A VILLAGE"
Proffitt and Associates teams with Robert W. Sheckles Masonry to participate in the 2008 "It Makes A Villiage"