Why Hire an Architect?

Thu 14, 2019 |

BLOG:  Custom buildings, renovations, and additions, whether residential or commercial, can be complicated and confusing unless you have a tour guide to take you through the process of design options, building codes and zoning laws, cost estimating, finding the right contractor and finally, construction. No two building projects are exactly alike, so there is no… read more

What to Expect When you Hire an Architect

Tue 11, 2019 |

BLOG:  Perhaps you’re looking to build a new building on a lot of land you recently purchased. Maybe you are looking to put an addition on your home, or even renovate it to bring it into the 21st century. You may be thinking to yourself “do I  hire an architect or find a contractor first?”… read more

Defining Styles of Architecture

Wed 22, 2019 |

BLOG:  There is a type of language that architects use on a day to day basis. When communicating with one another, using terminology like modern, traditional, or contemporary is not entirely uncommon. However, as a client when you are looking to design your next school, place of business, or home, it is important to understand… read more

Accessibility Minded

Mon 31, 2018 |

BLOG: Accessibility Minded By Lisa Roldan, Architect In 1990, Congress enacted the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The intention of the Act is to “provide a clear and comprehensive national mandate for the elimination of discrimination against individuals with disabilities.” When it comes to incorporating that into architecture, the use of your building is what… read more

Transitional Spaces

Tue 20, 2018 |

BLOG: Transitional Spaces by Marisa Mines. The way a space physically feels, the light that spills into a building, and the connection on a human scale, are all characteristics that help make the experience of architecture. Often times, the way a space makes you feel emotionally and mentally, can easily be over looked when you… read more

Rutgers MicroBiology Lab opens for fall semester

Mon 24, 2018 |

TMA recently completed renovations at the Nelson Laboratories Building on the Campus of Rutgers University. The project completed by Michael Riesz and Company converted an old lab and some additional office space into two new microbiology labs including a new chemical fume hood and a biosafety cabinet.

Girl Scouts Camp in Hillsborough

Tue 3, 2018 |

The Girls Scouts Heart of New Jersey recently dedicated their new Activities Building just in time for the 2018 Camp Season. Check out this amazing promotional video: Camp DeWitt Promotional Video  Tokarski Millemann designed this modern adaptation of an Adirondack style camp building to house a state-of-the-art multipurpose building. The building is available for private rentals for… read more

Camping Shelters in Four State Parks complete.

Tue 22, 2018 |

Construction of camping shelters in four state parks was recently competed for the State of New Jersey. The DPMC projects took place at Allaire, Brendan Byrne, Belleplain and  Swartzwood State Parks. The project replaced aging yurt structures and are available for rental. We made the front page of New Jersey’s State Website!    

Now Hiring

Mon 16, 2018 |

About Tokarski + Millemann Architects Tokarski Millemann Architects, LLC, is an established, award winning architectural firm located in Monmouth County, New Jersey with licenses in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Our company provides inspiration to our clients through creative design and extraordinary service. We recently renovated our office to be a showplace of modern… read more

Playa Bowls

Sat 10, 2018 |

Tokarski Millemann  Architects has teamed with the Playa Bowls franchise to be their corporate Architect. Denville, Bay Head and Sea Girt are now open! We are currently finishing up construction on new locations in East Brunswick and Sea Isle City.  We are working on designs for Edison and New York City.