History

History

2014

  • Milone & MacBroom celebrates 30 years of successful business.

2013

  • Milone & MacBroom opens an office in New Paltz, New York, to better serve the New York City Department of Environmental Protection and our growing New York client base.

2012

  • Firm ownership is expanded from nine to thirteen Directors.
  • The Vermont office moves to Waterbury.
  • The Massachusetts office expands to accommodate additional staff and growing operations.

2011

  • Firm ownership is expanded from nine to thirteen Directors.
  • The Vermont office moves to Waterbury.
  • The Massachusetts office expands to accommodate additional staff and growing operations.

2010

  • Milone & MacBroom opens a regional office in Springfield, Massachusetts, to better serve our growing Massachusetts client base.
  • The firm is awarded its first on-call contract with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation.

2009

  • In September, Milone & MacBroom celebrates its 25th anniversary.
  • The firm is named by CE News one of the "Top Overall Firms" and one of the "Top 10 Mid-Sized Firms" to work for in the U.S.

2008

  • Milone & McBroom acquires long-time partner Harrall-Michalowski & Associates, adding planning services in-house.

2007

  • The firm acquires Barkan & Mess Associates and expands its traffic engineering services.
  • Remediation services are formally added in-house.

2006

  • Milone & MacBroom hires its 100th employee.

2005

  • The main office moves to its current location in Cheshire, Connecticut. 
  • Milone & MacBroom's third regional office opens in Burlington, Vermont, to expand our reach in northern New England.

2002

  • Firm ownership is expanded from six to nine stockholders.

2001

  • Milone & MacBroom's second regional office opens in New Castle, Maine.

2000

  • The firm adds a second office building at South Main Street, Cheshire, Connecticut, to accommodate growth as more staff is added.

1998

  • Wetland biology and delineation services are added in-house, allowing seamless service for completing impact evaluations.
  • Milone & MacBroom hires its 50th employee.
  • Firm ownership is expanded from three to nine stockholders.

1995

  • Merritt Parkway Landscape Master Plan receives awards from the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation; the Connecticut Chapter of The American Society of Landscape Architects, and the Federal Department of Transportation.

1994

  • Main offices moves to South Main Street, Cheshire, Connecticut.

1993

  • The firm is selected to develop the Merritt Parkway Master Plan.
  • Milone & MacBroom is awarded the design of Cheshire rails to trails project, the first federally funded rails to trails project in the country.

1992

  • Construction administration & inspection services are added in-house, paving the way for development of one of the firm's largest practice groups.
  • Milone & MacBroom provides inspection services for the Iroquois gas pipeline project.

1991

  • Land survey services are added in-house.
  • Main office moves to West Main Street in Cheshire, Connecticut.

1988

  • Vincent McDermott FASLA, AICP joins the firm, furthering our commitment to the integration of landscape architecture and community planning.

1987

  • The first AvalonBay projects begins, sealing our reputation for design excellence and the ability to secure permits for difficult projects.

1986

  • The main office moves to Highland Avenue in Cheshire, Connecticut.

1985

  • The main office moves to Highland Avenue in Cheshire, Connecticut. This space allows for growth as staff is added.

1984

  • In September, Milone & MacBroom is founded and opens its first office in Hamden, Connecticut.

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