CELEBRATING OVER 20 YEARS!

Founded in 1998, Rivermoor’s initial focus was on the design of industrial facilities with an emphasis on structural engineering and program management.  While our specialty continues to be structures, the projects have diversified.  Projects currently under design and construction include a combination of commercial/industrial facilities from churches to processing plants, as well as custom residential homes.

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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

National Engineer’s Week Future City Competition

Rivermoor Engineering was honored by the National Engineering Society for the mentoring of Scituate’s Intermediate School students in the National Engineer’s Week Future City Competition. 

 

The Scituate team was fortunate to have won the New England Regional Competition held at Northeastern University three years in a row. The team also placed 4th at the National Future City Competition held in Washington, DC. 
 

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Brian Jones, PE was recognized by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers (BSCES) by being named Citizen Engineer of the Year for his role as engineer mentor.

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Alice’s House

For more than 50 years, Alice’s House was a gathering place for countless individuals, families, and small groups who sought healing, renewal, reflection, and quiet space by the sea. John and Alice Feeney lived in this warm and welcoming Humarock Beach house south of Boston for 40 years, always opening their home and hearts to those who had no place to go or needed support and comfort. In 1997, after Alice died, Janet Gibson, Alice’s friend, created a non-profit organization to buy this humble home, officially naming it Alice’s House and perpetuating its spirit and gentle healing power.  


In 2012, a catastrophic fire driven by 50-mile-an-hour winds swept through Humarock Village, destroying the house, but not its inner essence. Most asked whether a new Alice’s House would rise from the ashes. In 2015, the non-profit organization, spear headed by Janet, launched an initiative to raise money, create architectural plans, and re-build Alice’s House. 
Rivermoor Engineering teamed up with Custom Home Design’s Julie Johnson and provided the structural design. Rivermoor has been supporting the cause ever since.


Alice’s House continues to be a seaside retreat for spiritual and emotional healing. To learn more visit their website: https://aliceshouse.org/
 

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My Brother's Keeper

brian prepare blurb for brothers keeper

 

 

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