Putnam Street


Client: Brownstone Contracting Company, LLC 10 Lynde Street Old Saybrook, CT 06450 Contact: Joe O'Donnell (617) 293-9325
Completed: 2014 Cost: 3 Million
Description: Landmark was selected to provide design services for four, new construction, multi-family residences, for a total of 8 dwelling units, in downtown New Haven, CT as part of a neighborhood revitalization initiative. The two and three story wood structures were designed to blend with the existing streetscapes and enhance the pre-existing blighted properties. This blending incorporated the coordination of city and historical design standards to obtain the appropriate "vintage" appearance despite their modernized amenities. All the buildings were designed to meet Energy Star standards and will provide the prospective owners with a basis of quality to grow from.
Putnam Street
HOUSING

143 West Main Street


143 West Main St Fly Over Video
Client: Meriden Housing Authority 22 Church Street Meriden, CT 06450 Contact: Robert Cappelletti (203) 235-0157
Completed: Design In Progress Cost: 34 Million
Description: Landmark is involved in the design of a new 95,000 square foot building that will house a 450 seat theater/ night club, coffee shop, various retail locations and 51 apartments. The theater will be able to be used for filming as well as a concert venue.  The housing will have a variety of market rate and affordable apartments.  The building will utilize geo-thermal wells for heating and cooling and will have a green roof and photovoltaic panels.
 
143 West Main Street
COMMERCIAL, HOUSING

1011 Middletown Ave


Client: Frank Capasso & Sons, Inc. Contact: Frank Capasso
Completed: In December 2018 Cost: 3 Million
Description: Landmark Architects designed a 2-story 15,000 sq. ft. office to replace an existing warehouse-office building at 1011 Middletown Ave in Northford, CT. The redesign promotes a collaborative work environment creating positive social interaction amongst employees and a welcoming atmosphere to the general public. The demising wall between the warehouse space and the offices is designed to showcase the product (custom stonework) of the client.
 
1011 Middletown Ave
COMMERCIAL

Meriden Community Center


Client: Meriden Housing Authority 22 Church Street Meriden, CT 06450 Contact: Robert Cappelletti (203) 235-0157
Completed: Design In Progress Cost: Est. 11 Million
Description: Landmark Architects is in the process of designing a 25,000 square foot Community Center to support the Yale Acres site.  The Center can also act as an emergency refuge.  The building will hold a gymnasium, pool, daycare, kitchen, classrooms, and future offices of the Meriden Housing Authority.  The building will be Energy Star rated.
 
Meriden Community Center
COMMUNITY

Corporate Headquarters


Client: TBD Contact:
Completed: In Design Cost: TBD
Description: Landmark Architects is being commissioned to design a class “A” corporate headquarters to be located along the Connecticut River in thriving Middletown CT.  The 120,000 s.f., headquarters is being designed as a standalone building or a multi tenanted building to be home for Corporations looking to capitalize on the 100,000 cars a day that pass by the site along Rt. 9 and the 50 plus restaurants that call Downton Middletown home.  The views of the CT river are majestic from the site and will be immediately adjacent a newly proposed multi-level 700 car parking garage being planned by the City of Middletown.  This project will catapult the economic opportunities for the city which has several locations around the downtown for additional corporate and residential projects.Landmark Architects is committed to assisting current and future developers and clients who wish to expand their presence in a growing portion of the state.
 
Corporate Headquarters
COMMERCIAL

Francis T. Patnaude Inter-municipal Pumping Station


Francis T. Patnaude Inter-Municipal Pumping Station Fly Over Video
Client: City of Middletown, Water & Sewer Department 82 Berlin St. Middletown, CT 06457 Contact: Guy Russo (860) 638-3500
Completed: In Construction Cost: 26 Million
Description: Landmark Architects worked in conjuction with CDR Maguire on the design of the new Francis T. Patnaude Inter-municipal Pumping Station for the City of Middletown.  The new pump station will replace the existing city sewage treatment plant and will be connected to the Mattabassett District's Water Pollution Control Facility.  As project architects, Landmark was responsible for the building's design.  Using brick and standard precast details the building will blend in with the existing architecture of the City of Middletown.
 
Francis T. Patnaude Inter-municipal Pumping Station
MUNICIPAL

West Grove Redevelopment


Client: Waterbury Housing Authority 2 Lakewood Road Waterbury, CT 06704 Contact: Robert Cappetlletti (203) 235-0157
Completed: In Progress Cost: To Be Determined
Description: Landmark Architects working in conjunction with the Waterbury Housing Authority is designing a new neighborhood with new rental units and home ownership opportunities.  The area is bounded by West Grove, Willow, Johnson, and Sperry  Streets has been identified as a good location to show what the WHA  can do to turn around run down sections of the City.  The multi-phase project will consist of a (4) unit model project along Willow Street.  Subsequent sections will expand along West Grove Street and move towards the West Main Street business center area.  The mixed use, mixed income neighborhood will be an example of what the Housing Authority can achieve.  Total housing units will approach 80-100 units of affordable and market rate units.   
   
West Grove Redevelopment
HOUSING

Crown Village Bldg 11


Client: Crown Village Neighborhood Association Contact: Michael Mallinson
Completed: 2016 Cost: 3.8 Million
Description: Landmark Architects designed a new building that replaced a 22 unit condominium building of Crown Village, that had perished due to a fire.  The new building was designed to meet all the updated codes while providing the 22 individual owners with a suitable replacement of what they had lost in the fire while following the exterior aesthetics of the Crown Village complex. The project involved the mediation of several stakeholders including: the 22 unit owners, the condominium association, the insurance company, and the contractor.
 
Crown Village Bldg 11
RESIDENTIAL

Pleasant View Estates


Client: Pleasant View Associates, LLC. Contact: Moti Halberstam
Completed: In Design Cost: Est. 25 Million
Description: Pleasant View Estates is a 102 unit condominium complex. Each building is comprised of 2-4 townhouses constructed of modular units to minimize costs and construction time. The homes are designed for families of local professionals in the area of Griswold, CT. The complex will be powered by geothermal energy. The complex also includes a community center for the residents.
 
Pleasant View Estates
RESIDENTIAL

Thompson/Winchester Home Ownership Project


Client: Livable City Initiative Contact: Catherine Schroeter
Completed: In Design Cost: $5,000,000.00
Description: Landmark was selected to provide design services for nine, new construction, multi-family residences in New Haven, CT as part of a neighborhood revitalization initiative. The two and three story wood structures were designed to blend with the existing streetscapes and enhance the pre-existing blighted properties. This blending incorporated the coordination of city and historical design standards to obtain the appropriate "vintage" appearance despite their modernized amenities. All the buildings were designed to meet Energy Star standards and will provide the prospective owners with a basis of quality to grow from.
 
Thompson/Winchester Home Ownership Project
HOUSING

596-598 George Street


Client: Housing Preservation & Development Contact: Ms. Catherine Carbonaro-Schroeter
Completed: In Design Cost: Est. 2.3 Million
Description: Landmark Architects is involved in the design of an existing building located at 596-598 George Street in New Haven CT. The existing brick structure currently houses 2 living units on one side and a business location on the other side. It is the Goal of the city to renovate the building to current standards and codes and to provide 4 living units within the building.
 
596-598 George Street
HOUSING

Greenwich Catholic School


Client: Bridgeport Catholic Diocese Contact: Patrice Kopas
Completed: 2016 Cost: 2.3 Million
Description: The Greenwich Catholic School (Upper School) was a renovation and addition to the existing Upper School of Greenwich Catholic School 12,000 total sqft. The scope of the renovation includes the addition of 3 classrooms, renovated ADA compliant bathrooms, a new energy-efficient HVAC system, maintenance free exterior trim, and a new roof.
 
Greenwich Catholic School
EDUCATION

Long Wharf Maritime Center


Client: Fusco Corporation Contact: Ed Fusco
Completed: 1985 Cost: 45 Million
Description: The 15-story building is home to the corporate offices of the Fusco Corp. as well as 200,000 SF for SNET. The ultimate project over 4 years included 725,000 SF of Class A office space, ground floor retail spaces including a daycare, cafeteria and specialty shops. Numerous tenant improvements were created for top 500 corporations within the complex. The design also included structured parking for over 1,600 cars adjacent to the building. A public walkway along the water connecting to New Haven’s piers is an enhancement to both the public and building occupants.
 
Long Wharf Maritime Center
COMMERCIAL

Windham Mills Technology Center


Client: Windham Technology Center Contact: Jeffrey Vose (Former Executive Director)
Completed: 2001 Cost: 20 Million
Description: The Windham Mills Center project involved renovations and historic restoration of 300,000 square feet of the original American Thread complex in Willimantic, Connecticut. The building was restored and converted to industrial, research and office uses as part of a State of Connecticut DECD and local initiative. This project, located along the Willimantic River, originally constructed in the 1860’s grew to over 600,000 square feet with 3 locations of manmade hydro power to run early equipment. The original granite structures were preserved and the site around the buildings transformed into a State Heritage Park.
 
Windham Mills Technology Center
COMMERCIAL

Yale Acres


Client: Meriden Housing Authority 22 Church Street Meriden, CT 06450 Contact: Robert Cappelletti (203) 235-0157
Completed: 2017 Cost: 48 Million
Description: Landmark is currently involved in the design for a complete stripping and rehabilitation of 162 dilapidated town house style dwelling units in Meriden, CT. The model building energy district was completed in 2013 and includes and energy star 3.0 building with geothermal, photovoltaic, and solar thermal technologies that are shared between 12 dwelling units. The overall rehabilitation scope, that's awaiting funding, includes complete site renovations and improvements, the addition of a community center, and the inclusion of handicapped accessible units. The building structures combine concrete, cmu, brick, and wood and present the design team with challenges through the energy star 3.0 requirements.
Yale Acres
HOUSING

Pride and Progress Point


Client:
Carabetta Brothers, Inc.
200 Pratt Street
Meriden, CT 06450
Contact:
Joe Carabetta
(203) 237-7400
Completed: 2011
Cost: 42 Million

Description:
Landmark was involved in the complete stripping and rehabilitation of 200 dilapidated town house style dwelling units in New London, CT partially funded through the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) and the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD). The scope included complete site renovations and improvements, the addition of community centers, and the inclusion of handicapped accessible units. The building structures combine concrete, cmu, brick, and wood and presented the design team with challenges through the international building code requirements of a 120 mph wind zone.

Pride and Progress Point
HOUSING

Trump National Golf Club


Client:
The Trump Organization
66 Oregon Road
Bedford Corners, NY 10549
Contact:
John Gruber
(914) 244-3882
Completed: 2011
Cost: Approx. $1,000,000

Description:
Landmark was involved in the design and drafting of construction documents for a 5,100 square foot club house renovation at the Trump "Philadelphia" Golf Club located in Pine Hill, NJ. The design included the expansion of the existing single level locker rooms into a two level space with all new shower, toilet, and locker spaces.

Trump National Golf Club
COMMERCIAL

Hartford Medical Group


Client:
OR&L Construction Company
2 Summit Place
Branford, CT
Contact:
Todd Renz
(203) 483-2042
Completed: Spring 2009 Cost: 3 Million

Description:
Landmark was involved in the design of a 20,000 square foot medical office building for the Hartford Medical Group through a design/build effort with OR&L Construction Company. The building is a single story steel structure with an aesthetically appealing exterior combination of brick, masonry, stucco, trim, and gabled roof lines.

Hartford Medical Group
COMMERCIAL

Manhattanville Dormitory


Client:
Manhattanville College
2900 Purchase Street
Purchase, NY 10577
Contact:
Greg Palmer
(914) 323-5194
Completed: 2011 (Permit CD's Only) Cost: $2,600,000

Description:
Landmark was involved in the design of a new 11,500 square foot, 40 bed student dormitory and the renovation of 4 existing structures to house an additional 34 beds for Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY. The new dormitory includes 9 living suites complete with 1-1/2 baths, full service kitchens, and a lounge area. The building common areas provides laundry facilities, handicapped accessible unisex toilets, and social lounges complete with full service kitchens to enhance and promote community development. The existing structures were renovated from staff housing to multiple bed dorm suites complete with laundry and kitchen accommodations.

Manhattanville Dormitory
EDUCATION, HOUSING

Gorham Town Hall


Client:
Town of Gorham, New Hampshire
Contact:
William Jackson, Town Manager
(603) 466-3322
Completed: 2008
Cost: $2,800,000

Description:
While preserving its distinctive exterior and interior woodwork detailing this building underwent a complete interior renovation bringing the Gorham Town Hall into the 21st century. The 20,000 square foot, 3-story structure was built in 1917 and had undergone several use changes over its long history. The newly renovated building on the National Register now houses Town administration offices, police services, the Town’s 300-seat community theater with balcony and home for the area Masonic Temple. The Masons initially built the building for Town uses back in 1917.

Gorham Town Hall
MUNICIPAL, RESTORATION

Historic Restorations


Above Left Image: (Gorham Town Hall, Gorham, NH)

Above Left Center Image: (Hublien Tower, Avon, CT) Working with the “Friends of Heublein Tower” and the State Department of Public Works we were charged with researching existing historical documents to restore the tower’s exterior to its original condition. The original cupola was destroyed in the hurricane of 1938 and documents were also destroyed. Through old photographs we were able to reconstruct the tower’s cap and provide new waterproofing to the original stucco over metal lath. Existing materials including roof tiles needed to be retained per the National Historic Buildings Guidelines.

Above Right Center Image: (Windham Mills Technology Center, Willimantic, CT) This project involved renovations and historic restoration of 300,000 square feet of the original American Thread complex in Willimantic, Connecticut. The building was restored and converted to industrial, research and office uses as part of a State of Connecticut DECD and local initiative. To date, over $20 million has been spent, and approximately 1/3 of the complex is occupied. This project, located along the Willimantic River, originally constructed in the 1860’s grew to over 600,000 square feet with 3 locations of manmade hydro power to run early equipment. The original granite structures were preserved and the site around the buildings transformed into a State Heritage Park.

Above Bottom Right Image: (Sleeping Giant State Park Tower, Hamden, CT)

Historic Restorations
COMMERCIAL, MUNICIPAL

Orthopedic Associates


Client:
OR&L Construction Company
2 Summit Place
Branford, CT
Contact:
Todd Renz
(203) 483-2042
Completed: 2009 Cost: 6 Million

Description:
Landmark was involved in the design and construction of a LEED Certified 30,000 square foot, 2-story, medical office building for Orthopedic Associates of Middletown through a design/build effort with OR&L Construction Company. The building included amenities such as a large gymnasium and a physical therapy pool.

Orthopedic Associates
COMMERCIAL

K-12 Educational Facilities


Note: Above-Left image with the URS logo was designed by Smith Edwards Architects of Hartford, CT. Construction document development and construction oversight was performed by URS Corporation of Rocky Hill, CT. Paul Pizzo and Andrew Whitehouse of Landmark Architects were the project’s principal and assistant, respectively, during their tenures at URS Corporation.

Above Left Image: (The Breakthrough Magnet School, Hartford, CT) The Breakthrough Magnet School is a 60,000 square foot Design/Build Pre-K through 8th grade school. This is the first Design / Build Magnet School in the state of Connecticut, via special legislation. This is the first model project to test the ability to deliver a new public school using the Design / Build method of delivery. To control escalating construction costs during construction, this school was designed and built using a preliminary program developed by the Capitol Region Education Council.

Above Center Image: (The Sound School, New Haven, CT) Responsible for design development, construction documents, and construction observation for this $24 million project with a design centered in a campus setting with a restored fishing pier and seawalls overlooking New Haven Harbor. Project consists of a new 40,000 square foot 2-story building and the renovation of 20,000 square feet within four existing wooden structures. The project consists of expansion of existing marine sciences and aquaculture program in the City of New Haven from 130 to 375 students. Program spaces include fish production, genetics research, boat building, engine repair, plant biology, development of aquacultures working with salt and fresh water environments and a 2,000 square foot hydroponics green house. Students have access to Long Island Sound for developing navigational skills utilizing GIS and this location is one of the USS Amistad’s ports of call.

Above Top Right Image: (Public Safety Academy, Enfield, CT) Landmark provided architectural and engineering services to retrofit an existing building located at 227 Brainard Road, Enfield, CT for use as a temporary magnet school for middle and high school students in the Hartford region. We reviewed the existing conditions, determined the improvements necessary then provided design solutions to bring the building up to code for use as a public school.

Above Bottom Right Image: (Hamilton K-12 School, Hartford, CT) The Hamilton K-12 school represents an opportunity for a first class school in the city of Hartford’s west end. The nine acre site sits in a neighborhood section immediately adjacent the new bus way being built by the state’s Department of Transportation. The proposed site plan above and floor plan below represents a massing study to support a K-12 school with a capacity of 900 students including all requisite educational spaces, separated parking for bussing and visitor’s safety, and recreational fields for proper student physical education. The existing structure has approximately 120,000 sq ft. of useable area. The project is awaiting a prospective school administration and funding.

K-12 Educational Facilities
EDUCATION

International Residence


Description:
Located in Bangalore, India, this 5,000 square foot residence was designed by Landmark's Project Architect, Shashi Attawar, during her time as a consultant for Mistry Architects in Bangalore. The basement level houses a two car garage, gym, entertainment space, and accommodations for the live-in staff. The formal and informal living spaces of the basement and living level communicate through elegantly landscaped gardens. Large windows and light wells are an integral part of the design and allow for natural light and ventilation throughout the home. The use of the volume produced by the gabled roof allows for a soaring space of glass, metal, and wood over the master bedroom.

International Residence
RESIDENTIAL