Mount Holly, NJ, 10 November 2011 – Adding to other recent accolades, today’s Burlington County Times named RYEBREAD Architects once again in the annual Best of Burlington County readers’ poll. Regan Young England Butera: Referendums, Engineering, Architecture, Design (aka RYEBREAD) has been deemed Best Architects every year since 1998, when the category first was created.
Regarding their success, Regan Young explains, “RYEBREAD utilizes Creativity, Care, and Collaboration to make South Jersey a better place to live, work, and learn.” RYEBREAD Architects/Planners/Interior Designers are dedicated to providing outstanding professional services to their public- and private-sector Clients.
Earlier this year South Jersey Biz magazine recognized RYEBREAD as South Jersey’s premier Green Architects, as well as the best public-sector Architecture firm. For their renovation of the historic Warden’s House in Mount Holly, RYEBREAD received awards from the Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia, the NJ Historic Preservation Office, and the County Historian. And on 1 December Regan Young, Senior Principal for RYEBREAD, will be recognized by the Volunteer Center of Burlington County with their prestigious Lloyd Ritter Community Service award.
According to Burlington County Parks Superintendent John Smith, “What I find most notable about RYEBREAD is their attention to detail and consideration of our needs. I’ve found the firm to be thorough with their designs, and responsive to issues that may arise.”
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.