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The Detroit News
POSTED 06.13.2017
Deena Fox, ROSSETTI Principal and Director of Project Management with Zianna and Brandon, the two ArcPrep students ROSSETTI will be hosting this summer. 
Interior Design Magazine
POSTED 05.24.2017
ROSSETTI is honored to have received the NYCxDesign Award in the Outdoor/Urban Landscape category  for the USTA Grandstand Stadium. 
Detroit Chamber
POSTED 05.16.2017
Twenty new QLINE rail stations will be fully operational today for the opening of the QLINE streetcar rail system. ROSSETTI has been working with M-1 Rail, the owner and operator of the QLINE, and AECOM (Formally URS) to design the new QLINE stations that are located along the 3.3 mile stretch of Woodward Avenue, serving 12 Detroit locations between Congress Street and West Grand Boulevard.
AIA Michigan
POSTED 05.10.2017
ROSSETTI is honored to have won an AIA Honor Award in the building category for their Grandstand Stadium at United States National Tennis Center. According to Jury comment, "The grandstand manages to be simultaneously elegant and dynamic, classical, and contemporary. The designers developed a beautifuly layered screen with an econmomy of means that is very impressive."        
Crain's Detroit
POSTED 03.30.2017
We all know the stereotypes around millennials in the workforce, but what do millennials in metro Detroit really think about their workplace? If you are among the many businesses grappling with an influx of young talent, here's some insight into what millennials look for in an ideal work environment. Crain's Detroit interviews ROSSETTI's Michael Paciero, a virtual design and construction project coordinator and a former Challenge Detroit fellow on his views of what millennials in Detroit really want and expect from their employer. Their generation will be the topic of discussion at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s upcoming Attracting and Engaging Millennials event on April 12.