Civic & Government
Our team of experts design dynamic municipal, justice and public safety buildings. We understand that these projects are highly visible and must reflect the values of the communities they serve while adhering to publicly funded budgets. We work creatively with our clients to ensure that we use every dollar wisely. Our award-winning work in public sector planning and construction includes public safety, administration, cultural, public works and criminal justice facilities that serve the community.
We design municipal facilities, such as city and town halls, public works facilities, administrative offices, libraries, and recreation centers that provide residents access to the local government resources they need. We partner with municipalities to design accessible and safe environments that support and represent the surrounding community.
- Community / Cultural
- Public Works / Fleet Maintenance
We design public safety and justice buildings, including courts, training facilities, correctional facilities, fire district buildings, and emergency communication facilities, with a deep understanding of the challenges law enforcement and first responders face. We design facilities that incorporate state-of-the-art technology for safety and security, have the flexibility to account for changes in law enforcement codes, and support and advance the mission of each organization.
- Public Safety
- Criminal Justice
Groundbreaking for Barack and Michelle Obama Youth Center in Rochester
The Center for Teen Empowerment trains teens to plan and carry out neighborhood improvement initiatives.
Albany Riverfront Collaborative Receives Two Awards
The group was recognized by NY Upstate American Planning Association and by the Albany Business Review.
New Youth Facility for Rochester’s Center for Teen Empowerment
The nonprofit organization empowers youth to create positive change in their own lives and their communities.
Neighborhood Design Studio Held for I-81 Highway Removal Project in Syracuse
Residents were invited to share their ideas about their vision for the future of I-81 neighborhoods.