Carteret will seek bids to build a new waterfront restaurant pavilion after receiving a key approval from state regulators, in the latest step toward revitalizing a stretch of historically contaminated industrial parcels along the Arthur Kill.
The borough of Prospect Park has adopted a new Community Energy Plan, working in tandem with DMR Architects, as it looks to meet the state’s growing list of goals and regulations tied to renewable energy.
The Hampshire Cos. has unveiled plans for a new 70-unit apartment building in the Bergen County borough of Allendale.
DMR Architects is marking the completion of a new municipal center in Montgomery Township, with a design that honors the community’s heritage while modernizing its facilities.
The people at DMR set us apart. Our professionals are extremely talented and uniquely qualified, offering a wide range of backgrounds in addition to the anticipated team of architects, planners and designers. Aside from being exceedingly capable, our people are committed. We are committed to our clients, to overcoming the challenges necessary to make our projects a success, and to working together. With a collaborative work environment, we feel that all of our clients, regardless of who is assigned to manage day-to-day tasks, benefit from the combination of knowledge and spirit of commitment that exists within our office.
Many of DMR Architects’ professionals have been with the firm for 20 years or more, thanks in large part to its focus on mentorship, corporate culture and the freedom to explore new areas and new technology.
A development team has started demolition of a blighted, long-vacant retail complex along Route 18 in East Brunswick, in a critical step in a plan to build new apartments, commercial space and other uses as part of a destination spanning dozens of acres.
DMR Architects has launched a dedicated practice for projects in New York City, where it has a growing pipeline after having already completed hundreds of designs over more than 15 years.