Bryan joined us in 2021 as a project manager and architect. With an M.Arch from Boston Architectural College and as a registered architect in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Bryan brings a ton of experience to the design process. Before Signal Works, Bryn completed projects in fields ranging from education to hospitality to government. He loves […]
Meet Joanna: A passionate renovations whiz and design strategist.
With a Masters of Architecture from Roger Williams University, Joanna joined our team as a designer in 2021. Before coming to Signal Works, she worked at an architecture firm focusing on renovations and was involved in every aspect of the design and construction process. At Signal Works she works in collaboration with the team to […]
Meet Luis: A personable, problem-solving property manager.
Luis joined us in 2019 as property manager of Wide Plank Properties, the property management division of Signal Works. With extensive experience in tenant placement and leasing, short term rentals, managing multi-family rehabs, and construction management, he’s a great addition to our team. He’s even spent time in social media marketing and content creation. But […]
Meet Eric: Signal Works founder and transformer of cities.
As our founder and principal, Eric started Signal Works in 2011 with the vision to transform run down buildings into beautiful, usable spaces that make a difference in the community. Since founding Signal Works, he also started Wide Plank, LLC, a real estate redevelopment group that repositions buildings to meet changing community and market needs. […]
Meet Neethi: An innovative designer driven by inclusivity.
With a Bachelors of Architecture from BMS College of Engineering in Bangalore, India, and an Masters of Interior Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design, Neethi Abraham has been contributing her diverse experience to the Signal Works design process since 2017. Not only is she an architectural designer, but she’s also our Care Team […]
Why your organization’s mission matters to your building project.
We have 3 reasons why we kick off each project with an in-depth discussion of your organization’s mission and reason for being. Read on to discover what they are.
Meet Jason: A project delivery expert crafting spaces into experiences.
As an experienced project manager on our team since 2016, Jason is an invaluable part of Signal Works. Read more to discover his thoughts on architecture and the human experience.
Meet Deborah: A problem-solver specializing in spaces with positive impact.
Deborah is our senior designer and has been a part of our team since 2016. She’s integral to making sure each one of our projects meets both our high standards and our clients’ needs. Read more to discover her thoughts on place and the design process.
Case Study: Raising the Stakes on the Top of the Town.
Well aware of how popular rooftop restaurants have become in New York, the developer wanted to be the first to provide this experience in Providence. Soon after opening its doors, this restaurant has become a mainstay of downtown, and has been met with off-the-charts demand, as well as several imitators.
Finding Our True North
After ten years, we rebranded our company. Finding our true north was a process—one that made me take a really hard look at my aspirations for myself as leader for the company, and the direction for my team. So much so, that we actually put the brand change on hold for two years. We dug deep into making ourselves a better built team, creating alignment with the actual mission, which, unbeknownst to me, nobody actually knew what was going on in my head.
Studio MEJA rebrands to Signal Works & Announces B-Corp Certification
Signal Works, joins the rapidly growing movement of more than 3,637 Certified B Corporations from 150 industries, across 74 countries with about 27 Architecture/Design/Planning firms in the U.S. and four in New England. Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose.