Margulies & Associates Marks 20th Anniversary With New Name, Partner and Offices

Staff | September 28, 2010

Boston-based Margulies & Associates announced recently that the company is marking its 20th anniversary with a new name, new partner and new office space. After 20 years in business as Margulies & Associates, the firm name is changing to include a new partner: Daniel P. Perruzzi Jr., AIA. A principal at Margulies & Associates for nearly 14 years, Perruzzi has consistently demonstrated expert leadership, design skill and dedication to understanding and meeting the unique needs of every project and client. The firm is honored to add his name to its new identity: Margulies Perruzzi Architects. Along with its identity upgrade, Margulies Perruzzi Architects has relocated its offices to the fourth floor of the newly renovated Boston Children's Museum building at 308 Congress Street, in the Fort Point Channel neighborhood. The office space will be certified LEED-Silver, and is located within the certified LEED-Gold museum building, representing the firm's dedication to sustainable design. The new offices also provide additional space to continue Margulies Perruzzi Architects' steady growth.