Goodwin College Dedicates Classroom to Capital Studio Architects, LLC
EAST HARTFORD – Goodwin College’s room dedication to Capital Studio Architects, LLC holds significant meaning to the College and Goodwin President Mark Scheinberg.
On Wednesday, June 19, Goodwin dedicated classroom 213 to Capital Studio in recognition of a $25,000 gift. The contribution of $25,000 will help the Foundation to provide scholarship opportunities and other services to Goodwin College students.
The East-Hartford based architectural firm has been instrumental in the development, planning, and execution of the various Goodwin construction sites, including Goodwin College itself. Goodwin has built a strong relationship and partnership with Capital Studio over the many years they have worked together.
With award-winning experience in Historic Preservation / Adaptive Reuse projects, Capital Studio provides architectural planning, interior design and code compliance services to clients throughout Connecticut. David Holmes and Pat Mancuso, partners at Capital Studio, were in attendance as Goodwin graciously accepted this gift.
“We can’t thank you enough for this opportunity and we hope we left our mark. It has been a pleasure to work with Goodwin College and I am grateful that Mark is my friend. I hope to do this for many more years,” said David Holmes.
Goodwin College President Mark Scheinberg expressed his thanks and gave praise to Capital Studio’s wildly visionary and artistic work. “They have a holistic sense of what the community is supposed to be. Working with them has been natural. They get us. We have built a real partnership and relationship with them over the years.”
Even though Capital Studio is so often behind the scenes, President Scheinberg acknowledged that they have played a large role at Goodwin College.
“We are standing in the brain child of Capital Studio. You can’t drive up any street in East Hartford without finding the Capital Studio’s touch. It is a real heartfelt pleasure to have Pat and David here. They maintained our vision and we are able to put boots on the ground because of them,” said Scheinberg.