Patrick Administration Opens Revere RMV
(Revere, MA)-Registrar of Motor Vehicles Rachel Kaprielian joined state and city leaders to officially open the newest RMV office whose location in Revere is expected to enhance customer services at a number of other branches. The Bell Circle branch replaces the Melrose RMV which closed its doors last Friday.
“In addition to plenty of parking, which customers didn’t have in Melrose, the new Revere branch is expected to help the flow of traffic in our busier branches in Chinatown and Beverly,” said Registrar Kaprielian. “Revere’s central location should attract customers from those offices and help reduce wait times.”
“We’re excited about the new location and its ability to enhance the registry experience for so many people,” commented Senator Anthony Petruccelli (D-Boston).
“The new Registry of Motor Vehicles branch is going to be a great asset for the people of Revere, Saugus, Chelsea, Everett and surrounding communities,” said Senator Anthony Galluccio (D-Revere). “The opening of this branch shows the commitment of Governor Patrick and Registrar Kaprielian to increase the convenience and registry experience for the citizens of our area.”
“The new RMV branch location will certainly give the residents of Revere, as well as those in surrounding communities, a much more convenient way to access the many services that the registry provide,” stated Rep. Kathi-Anne Reinstein (D-Revere). “Along with easier access, customers will also experience an increased level of customer service due to the new designs and enhancements made to the branch.”
The Revere office will be the model of efficiency for the agency with more dual work stations that allow customer service representatives greater flexibility in handling licensing and registrations. The branch is nearly 1,300 square feet larger than the Melrose location and also boasts an upgraded security system and improved handicap access.
Channel Building Company, the design-construction company of the branch office registered the build out project for LEED-CI certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental design for commercial interiors). This certification with the U. S. Green Building Council is a recognized standard for identifying high performance green interiors that are healthy, productive places to work and less costly to operate.