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Durfee to retire from Bergmann (access required)

Bergmann design principal Jim Durfee, whose creative fingerprints are on a multitude of buildings in Rochester, will retire on Dec. 31 after 18 years at the firm and 35 in professional practice. Throughout his career, Durfee has shown a passion for applying timeless, classic design principles to contemporary projects. His expertise in historic rehabilitation and restoration ...
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