Updated: May 18

Victory Theatre Project Architects:

Durkee, Brown, Viveiros & Werenfels Architects (DBVW) is a Providence, Rhode Island based architectural firm, founded in 1994, that provides services throughout the Northeast. Their staff of 23 people includes 12 registered architects and 9 LEED Accredited Professionals. Throughout our firm’s 17 year history, approximately 85% of our projects have involved the preservation of historic buildings. They have completed over one hundred historic preservation projects involving buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places, all of which involved working with State Historic Preservation Offices throughout the process. This is DBVW’s area of specialization and they have assembled a staff that brings considerable experience delivering:

• Landmark-Quality Restoration Services

• Conditions Assessments & Feasibility Studies

• Adaptive Re-Use Studies

• Phasing Recommendations with Cost Estimation

• Sustainable Design for Historic & Older Buildings

• Federal & State Historic Tax Credit Applications

• Interior Design within Historic & Older Buildings

DBVW delivers smart projects from beginning to end.

Michael Viveiros, AIA, Principal, DBVW Over 25 years experience directing institutional, commercial and residential design projects. He has been recognized both locally and regionally for his creative and aesthetically satisfying solutions. Michael takes pride in collaborating with his clients to design inspiring, innovative spaces for the communities they serve.

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Victory Theatre Project Construction Manager:

William F. Aquadro Vice President, Project Executive M:  (413) 246-1461 E:

A:  32 Hampden Street, Springfield, MA 01103 T:  (413) 739-6257 F:  (413) 739-7684

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