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86 | HARTFORD BUSINESS JOURNAL • DECEMBER 26, 2017 Largest architecture firms in Greater Hartford (Ranked by number of local licensed architects as of May 2017) Rank Company Licensed architects/ Interior designers Local employees Principal(s) Specialties One current, noteworthy project Year founded locally 1 The S/L/A/M Collaborative 80 Glastonbury Blvd. Glastonbury, CT 06033 860-657-8077; www.slamcoll.com 64 8 184 Robert F. Pulito Steven W. Ansel James McManus Architecture, planning, interior design, landscape architecture and site planning, structural engineering and construction The Hartford, corporate headquarters renovation, Hartford 1976 2 JCJ Architecture 120 Huyshope Ave., Suite 400 Hartford, CT 06106 860-247-9226; www.jcj.com 32 11 77 Peter N. Stevens James E. LaPosta Jr. Architecture, interior design and planning services University of Connecticut, student recreation center, Storrs 1936 3 Amenta Emma Architects PC 242 Trumbull St. Hartford, CT 06103 860-549-4725; www.amentaemma.com 17 1 34 Anthony J. Amenta Robert A. Emma Architecture, interior design and planning services for corporate, education, health care, mixed-use, retail, senior- living and multifamily projects 165 Capitol Ave., renovations and new parking garage, Hartford 1985 4 BL Cos. Inc. 355 Research Parkway Meriden, CT 06450 203-630-1406; www.blcompanies.com 14 3 164 Carolyn Stanworth Architecture, engineering, environmental, landscape architecture, land surveying, planning New FedEx Ground Distribution Hub, Middletown 1986 4 Quisenberry Arcari Malik (QAM) (1) 318 Main St. Farmington, CT 06032 860-677-4594; www.qa- architects.com 14 1 35 David Quisenberry Thomas P. Arcari Rusty Malik Recreation, education, municipal housing, residential, health care, commercial North Stonington School Modernization Project 2002 4 Tecton Architects PC 1 Hartford Square West Hartford, CT 06106 860-548-0802; www.tectonarchitects.com 14 12 60 Ted Cutler Jeffery Wyszynski Robert Amatuli Jeffery McElravy Corporate, health care, science and technology, academic, retail and destination, public safety Consolidation of state of Connecticut government offices 1979 7 Clohessy Harris & Kaiser 573 Hopmeadow St. Simsbury, CT 06070 860-651-3777; www.chkarch.com 12 10 31 James G. Harris Richard J. Kaiser Commercial office buildings and interiors, religious buildings, car dealerships, industrial, medical offices Pratt & Whitney world headquarters and engineering-office building, East Hartford 1987 8 Moser Pilon Nelson Architects LLC 30 Jordan Lane Wethersfield, CT 06109 860-563-6164; www.mpn- arch.com 11 1 21 James D. Bell Education, health care, athletic facilities, office buildings, religious facilities Ella T. Grasso Technical High School, Groton 1980 9 Crosskey Architects 750 Main St., Suite 150 Hartford, CT 06103 860-724-3000; www.crosskey.com 10 3 34 William W. Crosskey II Multifamily housing, historic preservation, health care, interior design, education Preservation and housing conversion of 101 & 111 Pearl St., Hartford 1984 9 TSKP STUDIO (2) One Hartford Square West 146 Wyllys St., Suite 1-203 Hartford, CT 06106 860-547-1970; www.tskp.com 10 2 27 Tai Soo Kim T. Whitcomb Iglehart Randall Luther Educational, cultural, civic, corporate, mixed- use development Colt Fire Arms, complex restoration, Hartford 1970 11 MBH Architecture LLC 433 S. Main St., Suite 301 West Hartford, CT 06110 860-521-1400; www.mbharchitecture.com 9 3 24 Michael B. Herlands Nicholas P. Michnevitz III Architecture, interior design; health care, science, technology, assisted living, senior living, light industrial Veterans Landing, assisted-living housing for veterans, Newington 1973 12 Friar Associates Inc. 281 Farmington Ave. Farmington, CT 06032 860-678-1291; www.friar.com 8 9 18 Glenn S. Yeakel Michael A. Sorano Robert W. Roach Architecture, interior design and master planning Academy of Aerospace Elementary School, Rocky Hill 1974 12 Kaestle Boos Associates Inc. 416 Slater Road New Britain, CT 06050 860-229-0361; www.kba- architects.com 8 1 59 Charles W. Boos Michael J. Blessing Architecture, landscape architecture, structural engineering, interior design Rocky Hill Intermediate School 1963 14 Phase Zero Design 8 Wilcox St. Simsbury, CT 06070 860-264-1624; www.phasezerodesign.com 6 2 41 Matthew D. Wittmer James R. Kimball Jr. Corporate, higher education, hospitality, residential, retail Quarry Walk, Oxford 2009 15 ID3A 655 Winding Brook Drive Glastonbury, CT 06033 860-657-2500; www.id3architecture.com 5 4 15 Stevanie Demko Kathyann Cowles Architecture, interior design and planning Hartford Steam Boiler, One State Street Cafe, Hartford 2011 15 Jacunski Humes Architects LLC 15 Massirio Drive, Suite 101 Berlin, CT 06037 860-828-9221; www.jharchitects.net 5 0 10 W. Albert Jacunski Brian W. Humes Police stations, educational facilities, fire stations, public safety, religious, medical, exterior restoration East Lyme Schools, interior alterations and site improvements 1996 Source: Each firm via survey. Notes: Unable to confirm data for Farmington's Kemper Associates, Southington's AE Design Group and edm of Unionville. Fletcher-Thompson Inc. closed its Hartford office and now only maintains a presence in Bridgeport. (1) Formerly Quisenberry Arcari Architects LLC; acquired Hartford's Smith Edwards McCoy Architects, effective July 2017. (2) Formerly known as Tai Soo Kim Partners. —Compiled by Stephanie R. Meagher. LARGEST ARCHITECTURE FIRMS IN GREATER HARTFORD (Ranked by number of local licensed architects as of May 2017) After merger, Farmington designer Quisenberry Arcari rebrands Farmington's Quisenberry Arcari Architects, on the heels of its sum- mer merger, changed its name to Quisenberry Arcari Malik (QAM). In July, the firm merged with Hartford's Smith Edwards McCoy Architects. QAM principal Tom Arcari said the name change "is intended to acknowledge and celebrate partner Rusty Malik's long-term commit- ment and contributions to the growth of the firm." REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION HOW THE TOP 5 FARED: Local licensed architects % 2016 2017 change The S/L/A/M Collaborative 39 64 64.1% JCJ Architecture 29 32 10.3% Amenta Emma Architects PC 16 17 6.3% BL Companies Inc. 15 14 -6.7% Tecton Architects PC 15 14 -6.7% Architecture firms with the most interior designers Tecton Architects PC 12 JCJ Architecture 11 Clohessy Harris & Kaiser 10 Friar Associates Inc. 9 The S/L/A/M Collaborative 8

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