Residents approved the $8.1 million Capital Building Project by a vote of 264 to 127 last night. The project will renovate the agricultural and technical education classrooms, add a health and wellness center, expand the greenhouse, and make facilities handicapped accessible and other facilities improvements.
Cairo-Durham CSD residents approved their Capital Building Project on December 11 by a vote of 284 to 263. The $28.9 million project will create 21st-century classrooms in the High School for Science, Technology, and the Arts; a new media center; community meeting rooms; and adult learning spaces. Other upgrades will enhance security, infrastructure and energy efficiency.
Earlier this month, Engineering News Record (ENR) New York featured a section called City Scoop in their magazine on construction updates for the Albany, New York area. Mosaic Associates Architects was highlighted as a “Firm in Focus”. ENR New York showcased the design of the new, Gene Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills at Hudson […]
Mosaic Associates Architects was recently named a “Best Place to Work” by the Albany Business Review. Mosaic is a first time recipient of this highly prized award. This is the 14th year of the Best Places to Work award program and the competition gets steeper with each year. There were 150 firms that submitted nominations […]
Last week, Team Mosaic celebrated our annual Staff Appreciation day. Team members from Mosaic enjoyed a hot breakfast before kicking off their days. We couldn’t serve our clients without the great efforts of our entire team!
Mosaic Associates Architects announces the hiring of Cara Reinoehl as architect. Reinoehl is a licensed architect with over 13 years of experience designing buildings for education and not-for-profit clients. Her responsibilities include conceptual and schematic design, design development and construction documentation and administration. She is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a master’s degree […]