Mosaic Associates Architects, has been hired for long range planning for the Plattsburgh City School District. Mosaic, an Albany-based architecture firm with more than 100 years’ experience and significant expertise working with educational institutions, will develop a five year facilities plan for the district. The project will be led by John Jojo, an Associate Partner of […]
(East Greenbush, NY – April 9, 2013) Last night, Mosaic Associates Architects was selected to continue providing design and architectural services for the Voorheesville Central School District in anticipation of a fall 2013 Capital Project Referendum. Mosaic has served the Voorheesville CSD as District Architect since 2006 and was delighted to retain the District as […]
(East Greenbush, NY – January 11, 2011) Mosaic Associates is working with the Mechanicville District Public Library to design proposed renovations and a 3,000 s.f. expansion to their facility on Main Street. Due to a steady increase in visitors during 2008, 2009 and a 30% increase in visitors during 2010, a community taskforce made up […]
Mosaic Associates announces that the Glens Falls High School Auditorium has been selected for publication in the American School and University (AS&U) Magazine’s 2010 Educational Interiors Showcase. It is featured in the August 2010 edition of the magazine, and also at www.SchoolDesigns.com. As an annual competition honoring educational interior design excellence, the Educational Interiors Showcase […]
Mosaic was recently selected to design a new, 100,000 s.f., $35 million science facility for Hudson Valley Community College. Designed to achieve a LEED Silver Certification, the new Science Center will integrate science departments and programs that are currently scattered throughout campus. The new flagship facility will stand prominently at the edge of campus, creating […]
Mosaic Associates is pleased to announce our recent selection to serve as district architect for the Rensselaer City School District. Partner, Marty Weber, and Associate Partner John Onderdonk will be conferring with district officials to discuss future architectural needs.