• "A water tank with music, too" - Mach Architecture featured in Albany Times Union

    A Mach team, led by partner, Brian Kelley, R.A., has spent the past 3 years working with UAlbany on the significant renovation of the Podium, Water Tower and Fountains.  The project was featured in this article by the Albany Times Union.

  • Mach Architecture launches new brand

      Mach Architecture is pleased to share our new brand. While celebrating our 30th year in business, we thought it was time for a face lift. With the official name now Mach Architecture, p.c., we have a shiny new URL and email addresses to match. Working for months with creative firms, 15 Fingers and Typework Studio on the new website and logo respectively, the new brand reflects a modern and professional image.   Rest assured that these changes are only skin deep - Mach Archi...

  • Groundbreaking at the new residence hall at Jefferson Community College

    Jefferson Community College took the bold step of transitioning to a residential campus with the new construction of a new residence hall. JCC marked this milestone 52-year history with a groundbreaking ceremony on June 13 for on-campus student housing. The 298-bed residence hall, which will be owned by the Faculty Student Association, is slated to open for the Fall 2014 semester.

  • Mach Architecture Project Featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education

    The SUNY Oneonta "My Kitchen" at Mills Hall was featured in a recent article in the Chronicle of Education. This combination demonstration and student use kitchen provides the opportunity for education, accommodation for dietary modifications and, as this article points out, a unique social setting on campus.

  • SUNY Geneseo Re-Opens Monroe Hall

    SUNY Geneseo marked the reopening of Monroe Hall. After twelve months in design and eighteen months in construction and this 175-bed residence hall was ready to welcome students back through their newly pass-keyed doors. The doors, however, are just the beginning of the renovation shown off to the public that day.

  • Mach Architecture on NBC Hit Show

    The renovation of the SUNY Albany Water Tower and Fountains was featured on NBC's Parks and Recreation as a sample of work by an architect that Leslie (Amy Pohler) and Ben (Adam Scott) want to hire. We're all ready for our close up!

  • Mach Architecture Congratulates New LEED Green Associates

    Mach Architecture wishes to extend our congratulations to two new LEED Green Associates. Douglas D. Schaefer, A.I.A., Executive Vice President and Aaron J.

  • SUNY IT Oriskany Hall Awarded LEED Silver

    Mach Architecture is pleased to announce that Oriskany Hall at SUNY Institute of Technology is certified by the US Green Building Council as LEED Silver. Oriskany Hall is a 240-bed residence hall that is the result of the thoughtful collaboration among the architect, the College and the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York. From the outset of the project, site maximization was a critical component of design to meld this three-story building with the natural landscape and existing fabric ...

  • Parkdale Elementary Recognized for Outstanding Design

    Mach Architecture was honored in the August 2011 edition of American School and University for Outstanding Design in Common Areas for the Parkdale Elementary School Addition and Renovation. The East Aurora Union Free School District unveiled the new face of Parkdale Elementary School in 2010.

  • Getting to YES - Passing a Referendum Vote

    Legendary Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry said, "Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with that plan." That is sound advice for any District planning to go out to the community with a referendum vote. The scenario begins with the idea of facilities improvements and ends with the budget for this well-intentioned capital project going to a referendum vote to the community.

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