• The Hall Partnership has provided architectural and design services here at King's County Hospital Center for over eight years. They have provided support from project conception through completion, of several buildings over ten (10) stories with complicated roofing and masonry details. In addition to skillfully maneuvering through the NYC Department of Buildings and Local Law requirements, they have been consistently been adept in design and application of new technology. Their firm has worked closely with our project team in establishing initial budgets and controlling field condition cost exposure. I am…
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    • Peter J. Lynch, Director of Construction Management

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    • Kings County Hospital Center

  • Alex Herrera, Director of Technical Services

  • The New York Landmarks Conservancy

The New York Landmarks Conservancy supports the Pratt townhouses renovation project and recommends it for a Preservation League award. The Hall Partnership Architects has done an outstanding job rehabilitating these long-vacant houses and converting them to student housing. The job…
  • Martin G. McDermott, AIA, Associate Project Coordinator

  • State University Construction Fund

I have found Hall Partnership to be an exemplary design firm that has served the needs of my agency with professionalism, accuracy and attention to detail. They have proven to be adept at finding solutions to building problems and in…
  • Richard R. Armstrong PE

  • Broome Community College

The Hall Partnership has worked on a few projects on our campus providing a range of services. Those services have included a Feasibility Study for an addition to our Student Center, a Feasibility Study for a new Communications Technology Building,…
  • Mark C. Gordon, Plant Director

  • Collegiate School

The Hall Partnership has provided architectural services here at Collegiate School over the last decade. The firm is adept at solving difficult building problems as well as designing capital improvement projects. Our school is made up of four buildings from…
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