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Daniela Maher Promoted to Principal

Visnick & Caulfield is delighted to announce the promotion of Daniela Maher, IIDA, NCIDQ to Principal. Daniela’s 14 years at VC have been inspiring to all those around her, from clients to colleagues. All who have collaborated with her throughout her career thus far continually look forward to working with her time and again. Daniela […]

Project Feature – Pega Salem

Pega is a long-time partner that challenges and grows our design practice. Having worked on the multi-phase redesign of their Cambridge location VC was excited to embark on Pega’s evolution with them. For their Salem, New Hampshire office, Pega aimed to stay true to their brand while also innovating—something the company strives for as a […]

Designer Feature – Rachel Wilson

For the past eight years, Rachel Wilson has served as a keystone member of the Visnick & Caulfield team. A true creative at heart, Rachel has always had an interest in design. Rachel’s interest in architecture came to light when she was just a child. Thanks to her uncle’s residential construction company, Rachel was able […]

The Future of Multifamily Amenity Spaces

While many know us for our prevalence in the office design space, VCA also designs spaces in multifamily housing complexes. Even prior to the pandemic, there was a strong demand for amenity and communal spaces by residents of apartments and condominiums. While both amenity and communal spaces are here to stay, designers must analyze and […]

Project Feature – Tremont on the Common

The Trustees and Management Team of Tremont on the Common were faced with the task of improving the common area experience and enlisted the help of VCA to give the space a much-needed update. The building, originally constructed in 1968, has 23 stories, 374 units, and an array of common areas shared among its residents. […]

Designer Feature – Cait Fitzsimmons

Cait Fitzsimmons is a hard-working and dedicated designer with a passion for all things architecture. Cait began her time with Visnick & Caulfield during her senior year of college as an intern and came on board full time after graduating. Cait is now continuing her education and is currently working on earning her master’s degree […]

Why Everyone is Talking About Embodied Carbon

As Earth Day 2021 approaches, the building industry’s focus on sustainability has found new resolve as a parallel path to pandemic-related design solutions in the health and wellness in the office of the future. While the green building movement has been maturing over the last half-century, the recent emphasis on carbon neutrality has the design […]

Project Feature – Heinemann

VCA recently completed the offices for Heinemann, a teaching company in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. When designing a space for the publisher of resources for educators, the goal was to create a space that is both professional and inviting. The client’s philosophy is one of inclusivity and a dedication to teaching excellence, and the new space […]

Designer Feature – Scott Kligerman

Scott has been a part of Visnick and Caulfield since August of 2005 and has been a major player on the V&C team ever since. Ever since he was a kid, Scott has been fascinated by buildings, forms, shapes, and materials. Motivated by his lifelong fascination with architecture, Scott received his Bachelor of Science in […]

The Flexible Needs of Labs

  The past ten years Boston has witnessed a boom in lab design. The city has become known for its cutting-edge research and scientific developments being published by its labs. As the demand for lab space in and around the Boston area has boomed, VC has gained valuable insight on what the future of lab […]