Mount Holly, NJ, 04 September 2012 – With the 2012-13 academic year starting, Mount Holly’s RYEBREAD Architects will be working for three additional South Jersey school districts. The Salem City, Gloucester City, and Lindenwold Township Boards of Education have all appointed this service-oriented firm as their Architects-of-Record for the upcoming year.
Salem City School District serves 1373 K-12 students in the county seat of Salem County. Gloucester City Public Schools and Lindenwold Public Schools are K-12 districts in Camden County, with 2150 and 2271 students, respectively.
“RYEBREAD has impeccable customer service; they are proactive in their communication”, explains long-time client Barbara Godfrey, Business Administrator for Southampton School District. “They show attention to detail in every aspect. They are great listeners, figuring out what we want, even when we don’t know ourselves. Having RYEBREAD as our Architects-of-Record is like buying an extended warranty.”
For working hard for their clients around Burlington County base, and beyond, Regan Young England Butera: Referendums, Engineering, Architecture, Design (aka RYEBREAD) has been deemed South Jersey’s Best Architects in the August issue of SJBiz magazine.
Located at the gateway of Mount Holly, NJ, the RYEBREAD staff consists of firm principals Regan Young, Scott England, & Angelo Butera, project managers Roy Ruby & Patrick Farmer, and office manager Michelle Zoppina. To provide a full range of services, RYEBREAD works with a select group of skilled Consultants, chosen on a project-by-project basis for a perfect fit.