Admiring this client for reimagining the Bruce Museum with a planned Education Wing and aspiring to provide arts education to over 25,000 K-12 students a year from schools across our region.
Redniss & Mead was instrumental in facilitating the approvals for Stamford URBY, an innovative luxury apartment development located in Downtown Stamford, Connecticut.
“Why celebrate Earth Day when you can celebrate Earth Week?” That was the resounded theme throughout Redniss & Mead to help celebrate Earth Day and 49 years of bringing more attention to environmental movements like recycling and pollution cleanup. Redniss & Mead participated in several Earth Day events described here.
Zoning is a dynamic, complicated process that requires careful thought, consideration, and an objective examination of all of the effects — intended and unintended.
Change is not erosion. Zoning is a dynamic process that grows and adapts as Stamford grows and adapts. This Turn of River Road neighborhood is a great example of that process.
“So, Stamford elected officials, Advocate reporters, and others — fear not. The Planning and Zoning Boards have your back. They also have the backs of the overall community when they review these applications in a context.”
A plan to add 255,000 square feet of commercial and residential space, including 122 residential units in two of the three proposed buildings to Norton was the focus of a hearing Tuesday.
Rick Redniss Stamford Native gets a well-deserved award
The head of one of the city’s most recognized land use consulting firms and a Stamford native was named 2016 Citizen of the Year.
Rick Redniss, president of Redniss & Mead, learned of the honor Wednesday afternoon during a surprise luncheon at his First Street office.
Our team provided land surveying, site civil engineering, and zoning analysis for this complex land development involving private and publicly funded infrastructure improvements and the compilation of the 30 different parcels of land.
Redniss & Mead joined forces with the Wilton firm, Ryan and Faulds, to serve an expanded geographic market with a larger survey department. Douglas R. Faulds, PLS and his team will continue to operate from the Wilton office under the name Ryan and Faulds, A Redniss & Mead Company. Combined, the two firms will serve all of Fairfield, New Haven and Westchester counties.
Congratulations to Redniss & Mead’s Chris Voight! At the recent CALS 47th Annual Meeting, he was awarded the 2014 Map Competition ‘Best in Show’ in the Presentation Category
A 200-foot portion of the Goodwives River watershed is being re-evaluated following a private engineer’s discovery of a discrepancy in the recently redrawn flood maps…Craig Flaherty, of Redniss & Mead, of Stamford, was hired by Flora Smith, a resident of Hamilton Avenue, to review the data Milone & MacBroom compiled.
Rick Redniss, president of Redniss & Mead, on what a land use consultant does, how a book idea led to a career at his father’s firm, why Stamford is the biggest small town in the world, and his dream urban planning project.
A crowd of real estate professionals, lenders, property owners, and developers gathered at UCONN Stamford Thursday to discuss the changing landscape of downtown Stamford. “Stamford has demonstrated some leadership when it comes to the dynamics of land use that other communities around us now are beginning to realize that they can learn from,” says Rick…
Redniss & Mead congratulates Hertz Corporation and Palmer Hill Partners on winning HOBI awards and thanks them for trusting us to be an integral part of their development team. The prestigious HOBIs or Home Building Industry Awards showcases the best products and services offered by HBRA members (Home Builder & Remodelers Association) in many categories under new home construction, land development,…