Nelson + Pope Add To Its Team; Fitness Collaborative Launches in Bridgehamptonn - 27 East

Nelson + Pope Add To Its Team; Fitness Collaborative Launches in Bridgehamptonn

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Elisabeth Halfpapp and Fred DeVito of Core Barre Fit.

Elisabeth Halfpapp and Fred DeVito of Core Barre Fit.

Kathryn G. Menu on Apr 27, 2021
Nelson + Pope Welcomes New Team Members The Melville-based engineering, architecture and surveying firm Nelson + Pope announced recently that it welcomed two new employees to the firm, Karen Taylor... more

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