Learn About Cape Cod 5’s Hyannis Banking Center & the Green Initiative

November 1st - Cape Cod Tech Council First Friday Breakfast
Cape Cod 5's Hyannis Banking Center (Courtesy image)

HYANNIS, MA ... Kurt Raber and Todd Carson, Principals of Brown Lindquist Fenuccio & Raber Archetects, will be the featured speakers at the Cape Cod Technology Council’s First Friday Breakfast at 7:30 am on Friday, November 1st at the Hyannis Golf Club on Route 132 in Hyannis.  They will be discussing HQ5 the new Cape Cod 5 Hyannis Banking Center and the Green Initiative. 

Brown Lindquist Fenuccio & Raber Architects partnered with CC5 for one of their largest projects to date, the CC5 Hyannis Banking Center, known as HQ5. With the commitment both firms have to the Community, our Cape Cod Landscape, and the overall environment, it is no surprise that the new Hyannis Banking Center is seeking for LEED Gold certification, and will include innovative environmental building design and materials. Kurt Raber and Todd Carson, the BLF&R Principals that have spearheaded this project, will share how a project of this scale incorporates green technology in it’s design and implementation.

Both Kurt Raber and Todd Carson are Registered Architects and Principals of Brown Lindquist Fenuccio & Raber Architects, Inc. Mr. Raber received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI and has been a managing partner of BLF&R for over 18 years. Kurt has a wide range of design experience, from banking, clubhouse facilities to multi-family housing.

Mr. Carson joined the BLF&R family in 2014, is a licensed architect in MA, CT and RI, and was recently promoted to Principal. He has a significant amount of experience in banking and commercial design, and a background in sustainable and green building. Together, he and Kurt have spearheaded the design of the Cape Cod Five Hyannis Banking Center, BLF&R’s largest project to date.

November’s breakfast is part of the monthly First Friday Breakfast series, presented by the Cape Cod Technology Council. First Fridays are open to the public and local businesses are encouraged to attend.

For more information or to register for this event, please visit the website at www.cctechcouncil.org.


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