Katie DiPrete Joins the Team

Katie DiPrete, a recent graduate of the University of Richmond in Virginia, has joined the team as an environmental scientist working with Chris Sutter.  Katie will be a full-time, familiar face around the office until she leaves in September to pursue a master’s degree in environmental science. “I’m considering Duke University in North Carolina... read more »

Bluesphere breaks ground on 3.2 MW biogas plant in Rhode Island

By Katie Fletcher | June 03, 2015   On May 28, Bluesphere Corp. held a groundbreaking ceremony for its 3.2-MW waste-to-energy (WTE) project in Johnston, Rhode Island. Once operational, the facility will sell the electricity it generates from food waste to the national grid. This project marks Bluesphere’s second project underway in the U.S.... read more »

Reducing Waste, Improving Customer Value

The Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) recently visited DiPrete Engineering’s office in Cranston during their tour of five Rhode Island businesses to see LEAN practices being deployed. The organization brings presidents of predominantly manufacturing companies together to learn from each other and to build relationships. At DiPrete Engineering, evidence of LEAN practices is everywhere. The... read more »

New Look for DiPrete’s Website!

Have you seen DiPrete’s new website yet? Full Circle Design in Melrose, Mass., New Harbor Group in Providence, and Sheryl Gugliemo, Senior Project Engineer at DiPrete, recently teamed up to advance the firm’s website. With the help of Full Circle’s Senior Web Engineer, Lexy Kilpatrick, the website was transformed over the duration of eight months.... read more »

Celebrating Women in the Engineering Field!

The effort all started with the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWC), a group founded in Fort Worth, Texas, way back in the 1950s. Only 16 women were involved in the construction industry in 1953. 8.9 percent of those working in the U.S. construction industry were women, according to the Bureau of Labor... read more »