Mount Holly, NJ, 24 August 2012 – Adding to other recent accolades, today’s issue of South Jersey Biz named RYEBREAD Architects once again South Jersey’s Best Architects. This is the second year in a row that Regan Young England Butera: Referendums, Engineering, Architecture, Design (aka RYEBREAD) has been deemed Best Architects by South Jersey Biz.
In their August issue, South Jersey Biz honored 75 extraordinary “local businesses and organizations making an impact through leadership, innovation, and service.” SJBiz writes, “these winners have shown continued excellence from the conference room to the community.” RYEBREAD was the only architecture firm so recognized.
Regarding their success, Regan Young explains, “RYEBREAD utilizes Creativity, Care, and Collaboration to make South Jersey a better place to live, work, and learn. By helping our Clients invest in their buildings, we can make them more healthy, efficient, and productive.”
RYEBREAD has recently completed $8.5M of renovations to Hainesport School, a new Emergency Services building for Tabernacle, a Fleet Maintenance Shop for Pine Island Cranberry Company, and the ABCO Credit Union branch in Mount Holly. A RYEBREAD-designed duplex dwelling for Habitat for Humanity is about to start construction in Mill Race, and their classroom addition at Fort Dix Elementary School in Pemberton is now out to bid.
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.