Boston, Massachusetts, January 30, 2018

Cuhaci & Peterson Architects, Engineers and Planners announced the firm’s Boston branch will be moving to a new office in the heart of Boston’s financial district. Located in the BNY Mellon Center at One Boston Place, on the 26th floor, the building is the 5th tallest in the city, LEED certified and contains several notable architectural features. In addition to a fitness center and variety of restaurants in the building, some other tenants include TIAA, Ivanhoe Cambridge and Newmark Grubb Knight Frank.

Vice President of Grocery, Steven Duffy commented, “I’m proud to be part of this forward thinking company as we open our new Boston office. Currently experiencing significant growth, Boston is a leader in design talent, education and culture. Our new office is in the heart of the city–where better to be? As we expand the northeast footprint of the firm, I look forward to helping guide the company in a design focused direction, as a thought leader. C&P is happy to have the opportunity to further support our current regional clients, while also cultivating new relationships.”

C&P Sr. Project Coordinator, Dan Sliter will be relocating from the Orlando, Florida corporate office as part of the expansion. Moving forward the Boston location, in combination with the firm’s established Philadelphia location will focus on expanding awareness of the company’s menu of services, as well as, the northeastern client and project portfolio.

Doors will officially open for the office, located at 201 Washington St., Suite 2600, Boston, MA 02108 on Tuesday, February 6, 2018.

About Cuhaci & Peterson

Cuhaci & Peterson is a national A/E/P firm specializing in commercial design. Headquartered in Orlando, Florida since 1978, the firm also has offices in Philadelphia, Boston and South Florida and is licensed in 49 states. Cuhaci & Peterson offers Architectural, SMEP Engineering, Fire Alarm/Protection, Lighting Design, Construction Administration, Landscape and Planning services as well as, In-House Government Relations and Interior Design on a variety of project types.