“American School & University (AS&U) Design Award“ for Design Excellence in School Design Recipient of the Prestigious Silver Award for School Design by AS&U National selection committee of Architects recognized as leaders in design throughout the Country.
Project: Matawan-Aberdeen High School, Matawan, NJ
High School Design and New School Construction Project also, featured in The Asbury Park Press for “Outstanding Design”
“Good Neighbor Award” for exemplary design contributing to the revitalization of downtown areas and towns and design of same.
Project: Tice Farm Marketplace, Woodcliff Lake, NJ
New Design & Construction of 120,000 SF Lifestyle Center
“Concrete Design Award” for Design utilizing Concrete in innovative ways and demonstrating creative techniques in use.
Project: Town of Kearny “Streetscape Project”, Kearney, NJ
New Downtown streetscape for one mile of downtown including new sidewalks, lighting & streetscape using concrete innovations/ assemblies.
“Smart CEO New Jersey Future “50“ Award” for contributing to the growth of Business in New Jersey and in recognition of Smart Design by the New Jersey firm
Project: Presented by the New Jersey Smart CEO magazine.
“Top Architects in NJ“ Italian Voice Award for outstanding Achievements and in recognition of design contributions/ professional ethics as selected by Business for/ by Business professionals as the top small – mid size Architectural firm in New Jersey.
Project: Presented by the New Jersey Italian Voice Assn.
“Excellence in Historic Preservation”, County of Bergen: Commissioner, Upper Saddle River Historic Preservation Commission award for furtherance of Preservation.
Project: Presented by the County of Bergen to the Commission
“Certificate of Excellence in Design” for exhibiting creative design in the field and in the architectural profession and the practice of architecture.
2016 New Jersey Future 50 awards – Group 2
These companies represent the future of the region’s economy and embody the entrepreneurial spirit critical for leadership and success. The winners were chosen based on a three-year average of employee and revenue growth.