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1970 - 2015
Serving the Eastern United States for 45 Years!

Welcome to Pare Corporation.

As a multidisciplinary firm of engineers, planners, environmental and wetland scientists, GIS specialists, and regulatory permitting specialists, our clients depend on us to help them work through the anxieties of the design and permitting process while sharing their sense of urgency.

In addition to the traditional engineering and planning projects you would expect to find as you look through these pages (roads, bridges, site design, infrastructure), you will find projects and experience featuring sustainable and low-impact development, smart growth planning, and LEED documentation for “Green” building certification.

PARE has been serving the needs of public and private clients throughout New England and the Eastern United States for more than four-and-a-half decades.

We're ready to serve you.

Featured Project
Central Bridge - Phase I Construction - Barrington, RI

Pare Corporation is the designer of the Central Bridge Replacement in Barrington, RI.  This video captures construction activity as the project reached a major milestone - pouring of the new concrete deck for Phase I of the project.  This Rhode Island Department of Transportation bridge (RIDOT Bridge No. 182) was built in 1939 to carry Massasoit Avenue over the Barrington River.  Pare completed a detailed analysis and alternatives study of the 70+ year-old structure and concluded, with RIDOT, that the deteriorated bridge should be replaced.  The full project description is located here on our YouTube channel.


Pare Joins Design Team And Rhode Island Leaders For RI Veterans Home Groundbreaking Ceremony

Pare Corporation (PARE) was proud to join fellow design and construction firms, Veterans Home staff, US and state leaders, and a distinguished group of resident veterans for the official groundbreaking of the Rhode Island Veterans Home, in Bristol, RI.  The groundbreaking ceremony took place on May 22, timed to coincide with the start of Memorial Day Weekend.  The speakers—including Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, US Representatives James Langevin and David Cicilline, and members of Rhode Island’s legislature—praised the project goals and spoke of the honor of providing a shelter and care facility for those who have sacrificed so much for their country.  It was a moving ceremony for those in attendance, a majority of whom reside at or provide care at the existing facility.  More>>