Combination Retail/Office Complex was designed as a focal point/landmark for the area. This addition was designed to compliment the existing structure to the north. Access to the second floor is below the clock tower.
This addition effectively doubled the seating capacity of a former pizzeria. The mood is light and airy in the eating spaces and warm, inviting and protective in the bar. The new addition incorporated five double French doors with exterior wrought iron balconies to bring a European feel to the upscale eatery.
This 4400 SF freestanding hall was designed for a small parish in Connecticut. Features included a full service kitchen, a Dining hall for 112 occupants. Other community spaces include classrooms, a chapel and a bookstore. The project was designed to maximize the life-cycle costs of the various building elements.
The firm provided design consulting services in the development of a conceptual design for a 200,000 SF office building. Plans called for solar panel array on the roof, maximization of fenestration to increase natural daylight, high efficiency insulated exterior panels. A warehouse and lab component was integrated into the design on a lower level utilizing the natural contours of the property.
Paul Tiajoloff, AIA was the project Architect for the following projects.
Renovation of 1200 SF for medical offices.
Renovation of 1150 SF for medical offices.
Consulting architect for 2500 SF Dental Offices.
3800 SF full renovation of existing medical offices for an Out-patient Laser Surgery Center.
Renovation of 980 SF for medical offices.
Renovation of 900 SF for Dental offices.
Renovation of 850 SF for Dental offices.
This renovation consisted of a lower level gelato preparation area and installation of imported fixtures for the sale of gelato and related product.
Deli and bagel bakery fit-out for new construction.
Fit-out for new restaurant in an existing strip mall.
A public facility consisting of restrooms, kitchen and equipment storage to serve the Boonton Avenue Recreation Fields. Cost of construction $350,000 included a Field Maintenance Storage Facility.
Enlarged overhead door installation.
Installation of a new prefabricated polycarbonate and aluminum entrance canopy for the Montville Board of Fire Commissioners.
Paul Tiajoloff, AIA was the principal designer and project manager for this $700,000 addition in 1991. The project consisted of two new fire truck bays with related mechanical upgrades and two drive-thru ambulance bays. Additionally, a second floor meeting room was provided. The architect of record was the firm of the Harsen and John Partnership.
Part of the Boonton Downtown improvement program this renovation consisted of new storefronts incorporating stained glass transoms to evoke an earlier historic period.
Installation of historic marquee on the historic Darress Theater.
Fit-out for an exercise and therapy studio.
Renovation of 2100 SF for display and office facility.