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|Details on S&Co.|Architecture + Design|
|S&Co.|Architecture + Design||Website: http://www.scoarch.com|
|Robert Silarski||Phone: 845 353.1112|
|41A North Broadway||EMail: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nyack, New York 10960|
|Services and Specialties: |
|Architecture + Design
|USA (Connecticut, New Jersey, New York)|
|About Our Company: |
S&Co.|Architecture + Design is a full service firm that`s provided high quality architectural and design services to its clients while maintaining a hands-on approach to its projects at all stages since 1999. We take particular pride in our reliance on contextualism, in which the most salient and satisfying features of a site, building or place are used as an underlying concept or theme for our work. We`re strong proponents of the `not-so-big` philosophy of quality over quantity, in which the proportion and detailing of a design are given precedence over simple volumetric quantity. Whether your project is small or large scale, S&Co. will work with you on all aspects of your project, from designing and documenting a project to fit your needs to finding a contractor and reviewing your project over the course of its construction, to ensure its success and your satisfaction.
|Statement of Licensure: |
Our firm is currently licensed in the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Because we are NCARB certified, we are able to accept projects and obtain expedited licenses in other states as well.
|NCARB Certification: Architect is NCARB certified.|
* The NCARB certification often expedites reciprocity - the process through which one can offer his or her professional services in different jurisdictions after earning an initial license. This means that if an NCARB certified architect is not licensed in your state, the process for getting him/her licensed there in order to work on your project will be fairly quick.