Mahwah, New Jersey
Working with Mahwah School District, Tokarski Millemann Architects has designed a new Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) Program Building Addition. On the site of their existing High School Campus, the design features multi-purpose labs to support the curriculum developed by the staff.
Toms River, New Jersey
The newest multi-family residential apartment building in downtown Toms River. Tokarski Millemann Architects was hired to re-design the plans and elevations for the project that had been approved by a developer and purchased by our client. The redesign included township approval and architectural review committee approval. We then furnished construction documents for bidding and construction, as well as, construction phase services.
Brick, New Jersey
This modern residence is located on Fairview Avenue in Brick Township. The home is perched on a bluff overlooking the Metedeconk River. The exterior palate consists of two colors of hardcoat stucco and Nichihia panels to provide the warmth and look of wood without the maintenance. The rear of the house has a series of cantilevered balconies to enjoy the views of the rivers and provide sun shading to the interior of the home.
Sea Bright, New Jersey
Tokarski Millemann Architects was charged with creating a modern elevated ranch to compliment the adjacent modern home without impeding on the ocean views of the adjacent two story home. We started with a story pole to determine the maximum height of the new roof and worked backwards. The single low slope roof lifts and opens the interior ceiling heights to face the ocean. The side of the house that faces the ocean is the elevation with the two tiers of decks connected by a spiral stair. The exterior is clad with Maibec cedar siding combination of horizontal boards and perfection shingles in contrasting colors to create a discontinuous band that gives the house a unique aesthetic and visual interest.
Brick, New Jersey
This new contemporary residence is located across from the Metedeconk Yacht Club in Brick, New Jersey. The owners desire was a clean, simple modern design with nautical references. The standing seam metal roof was selected to give the house a modern aesthetic while providing a roof solution that would not be damaged by the high winds along the coast of the Atlantic. A direct applied stucco exterior reminds the owner’s of the homes in Brazil where they grew up. The interior has two levels where the main circulation spaces are raised to reflect a dock, while the main living spaces are sunken so inhabitants disembark to the different living areas.
Playa Bowls is the quick serve restaurant franchise concept that is taking the country by storm with now more than 100 locations. We have completed numerous stores in the last few months including Sea Bright, South Brunswick, East Hanover, Spartaand Peach Tree Corners in Georgia, The acai and pitaya bowls are best around and we are proud to be part of their team.
Self Storage Architectural Design by Tokarski Millemann Architects has finalized plans for Cedar Swamp Self Storage, a brand new ground up facility planned for Jackson, New Jersey for 2019. The 88,000 s.f. facility will include two climate controlled two-story buildings and three one story buildings.
Lakewood, New Jersey
Tokarski Millemann has done several projects for the “Chevy Giant.” The first was the Chevrolet corporate image program which included exterior facade renovation. The BDC (business development center) was another project that satisfied the need to accommodate their growing business. The interior showroom and balcony were also renovated in a later project.
Middlesex County, New Jersey
Tokarski Millemann Architects is working with a developer and Butz Wilbern Architects of Virginia on a new 121,000 s.f. climate controlled self-storage building in Middlesex County. Tokarski Millemann represented the client during the planning board approval process and is currently working on the construction documents.
Rutgers selected Tokarski Millemann Architects to renovate existing lab spaces within the Nelson Labs Building on Busch Campus into two new BSL2 rated microbiology teaching laboratories. Working with Michael Riesz Construction, we installed a new chemical fume hood, biosafety cabinet, flammable storage cabinet, student lab tables, new windows and lab casework by Lab Design. A seamless, chemical resistant sheet flooring was installed to contain spills and facilitate easy clean up. TMA worked with KSi Consulting Engineers to replace the mechanical systems and install new LED lighting. TMA also handled the interior design and assisted Rutgers Facilities to manage the construction.
Tokarski Millemann Architects recently relocated to a new location in Wall Township. The interior was completely gutted and a new coastal modern interior was designed to showcase our design abilities and provide a great environment to foster design and collaboration. We appreciate all our subcontractors and vendors in making our dream a reality. Special thanks to ILA Lighting & Steven Weintraub, Focal Point Lighting, Evenlite Exit and Emergency Lights, Shaw Flooring, Elkay, Tandus Centiva Carpet, Nemo Tile in Red Bank, Sharkeye Improvements & Flooring, Certainteed, Pioneer Re-Claimed Wood, Experior Electric, Cooper Electric, Pinnacle Plumbing, Everest Marble, BCG Fabricators, Tower Windows & Doors, Nastasi Bros. Custom Builders, K. Hulse Builders, New Creation Painting, True Comfort HVAC, World Class Roofing, Dovetail Designs, Artisan Hardware, iTEC, Triad Security, Trinity Worldwide Technology, Kevin Seymour, Nick Tokarski, Trinity Tree Service, Gene Applegate Masonry and Blazing Visuals in Point Pleasant for the signage.
Toms River, New Jersey
The Club Metro USA franchise chose Tokarski Millemann Architects to design their flagship health club in Toms River, New Jersey. This 12,000 s.f. club boasts the latest equipment, a state of the art juice bar and a cardio ‘theater’ with a jumbo screen projection monitor for exercising in entertainment.
Tokarski Millemann Architects performs services for new restaurant concepts. Bringing their design experience from traditional restaurants and Quick Serve Restaurant (QSR), TMA can assist you with everything from kitchen design, to architectural design to graphic design.
Working with Rutgers University, Tokarski Millemann complete a renovation to an office suite in Nelson Laboratory Building to house the Genetic Counseling Office. The project consisted of a new conference room, reception area, three private offices, a kitchenette and a student computer lab. KSi Consulting Engineers work along side TMA to provide MEP Services. Epic Construction was the contractor.
Greenbrook, New Jersey
This project began as a dilapidated and abandon building on Route 22. TMA started by taking off the wood frame second story and rebuilding it as a concrete block structure with new metal bar joists. The exterior was modified to incorporate a new modern look. The interiors were gutted and new systems and finishes were installed along with a new elevator.
Newark, New Jersey
An existing historic turn-of-the-century hardware supply building shell was converted into a new three story restaurant with condominiums above. Located across the street from the Prudential Center, home of the New Jersey Devils, this project was designed as a sophisticated sports bar. A new state-of-the art kitchen was inserted into the lower level along with offices, refrigeration and storage. The first floor is home to the bar and main seating area. The third floor became a party room at a later date.
Hillsborough, New Jersey
The Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey has hired Tokarski Millemann Architects to re-imagine Camp DeWitt. The camp, located in Hillsborough, New Jersey suffered a devastating loss due to a lightning strike which caused a fire resulting in the loss of their activities building. Our firm as designed a new activities building and started the masterplan for a new re-imagined camp for the future of girls throughout New Jersey. TMA is teaming with French and Parello Engineers and Construction Technology Corporation to deliver the state of the art facility for the empowerment of young women throughout our state.
North Brunswick, New Jersey
An existing 60,000 square foot pre-engineered building was transformed into a new furniture showroom. A new facade was designed and constructed to face Route 1 and give a new look to the building that would lure customers to stop in and peruse. Once inside, customers will find a vast array of furniture in vignette settings which we customized for our client. Three large fireplaces, a kid’s video game station, a water fountain and the bedding department were custom designed for this store. In addition, the adjacent 120,000 square foot warehouse was renovated from a mattress factory into a distribution warehouse servicing three store locations. We are not endorsed by or affiliated with Ashley Furniture Corporation.
Various location throughout New Jersey
Tokarski Millemann Architects is involved with restaurant design and construction. TMA has completed several Jersey Mike’s Corporate Stores, as well as, many of the New Jersey Franchisees. They are the fastest growing sandwich franchise in the nation. We have completed stores in Lavallette, Long Branch, Holmdel, Old Bridge, Hamilton, West Windsor, Somers Point, West Orange, Freehold, Wayne, Pompton Plains and Flemmington, just to name a few. If you are a franchisee or looking to open your own restaurant, look no further. TMA is the most experienced firm in New Jersey when it comes to Jersey Mike’s Subs.
Brick, New Jersey
This waterfront project started as an aging 1991 “contemporary” structure. Tokarski Millemann transformed the house with several small additions to expand the garage, laundry room and foyer, along with an exterior renovation. A “Great Room” was added above the garage to give the house the entertaining space it lacked. The reverse living arrangement allows spectacular bay views from all the public spaces within the home. The exterior of the house received new Andersen 400 series windows, doors, Cedar Impressions siding, and GAF Timberline asphalt shingles with standing standing seam metal roof accents. The roof line modifications including the feature eyebrow dormer which crowns this jewel. The old exterior decks were removed and reconstructed using fiberglass deck surface. The interior was modified to customize the home to the owner’s lifestyle. The house was constructed by the Tokarski Millemann Architects Construction Management Group within a four month time frame.
Brick, New Jersey
This addition and renovation transformed the existing walk-out ranch to a modern estate with prairie style influences. This home sits on the bluffs of the Metedeconk River off Princeton Avenue. The addition added an entry foyer, game room, library, bedroom, master bathroom, a guest bathroom, a two car garage, laundry room and basement.
Rochester Drive, Brick, New Jersey
This custom three story home was built on the edge of Barnegat Bay in Brick, New Jersey. The home features HardiShingle siding and Marvin Windows. The glass railing system allows unobstructed views of the bay while giving the home a nautical aesthetic.
Toms River, New Jersey
The 1960’s waterfront California ranch in Toms River was renovated inside and out to produce a contextual front facade with prairie style influences. All the interior finishes and fixtures were replaced to update the home. Shaker style cherry cabinets with stainless steel hardware were selected for the kitchen to create a modern traditional feel. A large cooking island was designed to create a working yet inviting environment. The kitchen also utilized the latest in Viking appliances. This project was a development project which included a sub-division undertaken with T-Square Design Build, our construction division.
Mahwah, New Jersey
The existing cinder track and natural turf field was well past its life expectancy and in need of replacement. In addition, the track dimensions did not meet the National Federation of High Schools criteria for a championship meet track. After reviewing the alternatives with our firm, the Mahwah Township Public Schools decided to specify a synthetic turf field with a regulation urethane track running surface. The synthetic field incorporates provisions for Football, Soccer, Lacrosse and Field Hockey. The Track can accommodate State sanctioned meets, has an eight lane straightaway for sprint event, a double wide long jump/triple jump pit and a double ended pole vault which allows the coordinator to select approach based on wind direction. The $2,000,000 project was completed in June 2007, giving Mahwah Township Public Schools a low maintenance, state of the art Track and Field facility they will enjoy for many years.
Avenel, New Jersey
Tokarski Millemann Architects was selected by The Lucas Family to upgrade their facility as part of the EBE (Essential Brand Elements) Program by General Motors in the summer of 2011. TMA assisted the owner with design and construction administration services. The exterior was completely clad in aluminum composite panels while the interior was completely renovated with new finishes.
Mt. Ephraim, New Jersey
The Mount Ephraim School District needed to meet the requirements of their growing student population, provide in-district special education and address accessibility issues in their schools. A 30,000 square foot elementary wing addition including a new Library, Classrooms, Gymnasium, Art and Music Rooms was constructed to house the primary function spaces while renovations to the existing facility allowed the construction of new Pre-K special education and special education classrooms. To address the accessibility challenges at the Middle School, a new elevator and lobby were constructed to bring the 1930’s structure up to current accessibility codes. The project was undertaken while an Associate at the Thomas Group.
Jersey City, New Jersey
St. Peters College has selected the firm of Tokarski Millemann Architects to design their new athletic field house located at Jaroschack Fields. The facility will house their men’s baseball and soccer programs, as well as, women’s softball and soccer. Trainer and referee accommodations are also incorporated. An area for concessions and public restrooms were designed to accommodate the college teams’ fans and visitors. The $2 million dollar project is currently in the fundraising stage.
Freehold, New Jersey
This new state of the art automotive repair facility was designed to meet the historical review commission’s guidelines while creating a technologically advanced facility. Sustainable design was incorporated in the use of reclaimed waste oil heat for the building, as well as, a reclaimed water car wash. The facility holds eighteen service bays and a separate Quicklane facility for quick repairs and maintenance.
Freehold, New Jersey
This project necessitated converting an old service center into a new Mazda Showroom. New roofing, HVAC equipment, stucco and framing transformed the exterior. The interior was reconfigured to create two showrooms, parts department, waiting room, F&I offices and renovated shop area. The track lighting was a design feature that is reminiscent of an old fashion automobile headlamp.
Jackson, New Jersey
This new shopping center has two 16,000 sf one story retail buildings and one 35,000 sf two story mixed use retail with offices above was designed by Tokarski Millemann Architects is under construction in Jackson, New Jersey. Bedrock Construction will be providing the concrete tilt-up panels and roof structure. Colfax Construction will be finishing the rest of the project.
Lakewood, New Jersey
Tokarski Millemann Architects was hired by the Township of Lakewood to provide investigations and recommendations for existing roofing installation problems on their Minor League Baseball Stadium. After providing options and cost estimates, we prepared Construction Documents and provided Bidding and Construction Administration Services.
Lakewood, New Jersey
The existing automobile showroom was outdated and the service building underutilized. Together with the Owner, Tokarski Millemann Architects provided design services to transform the two buildings to modern, efficient facilities. The 6,500 square foot signature showroom renovation includes replacement of the storefront glazing system, all interior finishes, offices, customer waiting area, restrooms, and three (3) service bays. The 4,300 square foot service building renovation includes the addition of four (4) service bays, a retail parts counter, a technical parts department and an employee lounge.
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Rutgers selected TMA along with Engineers from Princeton Design Group to renovate a wing to accommodate a new Food Science Laboratory on the Busch Campus in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Fischer Hamilton Laboratory casework was used to outfit the lab which consisted of several large and small lab testing areas, a fly husbandry, tasting rooms, offices and workrooms. Construction was completed by Epic Construction.
Jersey City, New Jersey
This mixed use project combines the Hope Center Tabernacle (An Assemblies of God Church) and their inner city ministry (The Hope Center) to create a dynamic 10,000 s.f. renovation including church offices and a theater/sanctuary space for church services and musical/theatrical performances. We renovated an existing 10,000 s.f. warehouse by removing and replacing the front facade and renovating the entire interior to relocate the neighborhood church and create a neighborhood cultural arts center to serve and minister to the residents of Jersey City Heights.
Toms River, New Jersey
A 16,000 s.f. addition was added to the existing sanctuary and educational wing. The addition has a ‘banquet hall quality’ second floor Fellowship Hall complete with dance floor. The first floor added six additional classrooms and school offices. The lower level hosts “The Underground,” the industrial style home of the ‘Cutting Edge’ Youth Ministry. It also serves as a space for meetings, conferences and has cafeteria capabilities.
Toms River, New Jersey
The Church of Grace and Peace has awarded Tokarski Millemann Architects the contract to design their new 17,000 square foot Ministry Center. The 3.2 million dollar addition will house their administrative offices, bookstore, and counseling center. A tiered choir room was also incorporated into the design which may also serve as a lecture hall. A two story glass atrium with second floorbridge will link the addition to the existing sanctuary. The project is awaiting a future capital stewardship campaign for funding the project.
Woodbridge, New Jersey
An existing 20,000 s.f. building was renovated for a Central Jersey Furniture Chain. The existing front wall was removed and a new brick and stucco facade was created. A large freestanding sign was also designed to attract customers along Routes 1 & 9. The owner has subsequently transformed his business and this store into an Ashley Furniture store. We are not endorsed by or affiliated with Ashley Furniture Corporation.
Eatontown, New Jersey
This former Huffman Koos furniture store was closed for several years before Mr. Schafer bought and renovated the building with help from Tokarski Millemann Architects. TMA redesigned the facade and entire interior to create the new customer experience. Our firm provided construction management services to completely renovate the building into a new sucessful location for the furniture dealer. We are not endorsed or affiliated with Ashley Furniture Corporation.
Linden, New Jersey
An existing 30,000 s.f. warehouse was renovated and linked by a new addition to the existing store to double its display floor. The addition is classically detailed to provide an elegant backdrop to the furniture on display. We are not endorsed by or affiliated with Ashley Furniture Corporation.
Barnegat Township, New Jersey
The executive committee of the Boy Scouts of America contacted Tokarski Millemann Architects to add a gallery and design facade modifications to their facility, the Joseph A. Citta Scout Reservation at Brookville . We proposed an Adirondack style make-over to give the facility the appropriate vocabulary synonymous with the scouting lifestyle. This included a porch addition to the existing dining hall, as well as, proposed outdoor fireplaces for night-time gathering events.
Brick, New Jersey
This project was a transformation of a mundane ranch in the Lake Riviera section of Brick, New Jersey. The client had a few years of architectural school in his past but had changed majors along the way. This project explored a modern design aesthetic to this lake front home. Tokarski Millemann Architects employed the use of aluminum composite panels along with mahogany and stone to create a playful modern aesthetic. These renderings represent the design exercise which at this time has yet to be constructed.
Wall, Stillwater, Woodbine & New Lisbon, NJ
Construction of camping shelters in four state parks was recently competed for the State of New Jersey. The DPMC projects took place at Allaire State Park, Brendan T. Byrne State Forest, Belleplain State Forrest and Swartswood State Park. The project replaced aging yurt structures and are available for rental. We made the front page of New Jersey’s State Website!
Jackson, New Jersey
Clayton Companies teamed with Tokarski Millemann Architects to design their Heavy Equipment Maintenance Building. The building is a state-of-the-art facility to build, repair and maintain their fleet of concrete transporters. Their facility had their operations scattered in three buildings which were combined into a new 46,000 s.f. building consisting of 23 service bays, parts department, industrial spray booth, two bi-directional cranes, offices and a mezzanine.
Woodbridge , New Jersey
This new concrete plant was constructed on the Raritan River in Keasbey Section of Woodbridge Township. The new plant was enveloped in a one hundred foot tall pre-engineered metal building. Tokarski Millemann Architects along with French and Parello Engineers assisted the owner with the design and coordination of this multi-building facility.
Brick, Toms River, Bayville and Jackson
Tokarski Millemann has been working with Bubbakoo’s Buritos, Ocean and Monmouth Counties fastest growing Fresh-Mex brand as their corporate architects completing four of their locations including Brick, Toms River, Bayville and most recently Jackson.
Sea Bright, New Jersey
SeaBright’s newest waterfront catering facility coupled with two stories of condominiums is ready for construction. Located on Ocean Avenue, the facility will have spectacular water views of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as the Highlands Reach section of the Navesink River. This rendering of the front elevation shows the proposed building design and materials.
Busch Campus, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Tokarski Millemann Architects was the architect for a DNA storage Facility for Rutgers. From the outside, it looks like any typical academic building on the Rutgers University campus. However, inside RUCDR (formerly Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository), millions of samples of human cells and DNA lie in hundreds of vats—in conditions ranging from room temperature to the temperature of liquid nitrogen depending on the sample. Some are swabs from the cheeks of alcoholics, part of a massive study on the genetic causes of alcoholism funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Some are blood samples from autistic children and their families who have enrolled in a study. In still other freezers are brains from deceased Alzheimer’s patients, tumor samples from biopsies of cancer patients, and urine and feces samples that researchers are using to study the collection of bacteria that inhabit the human body.
RUCDR acts as the federal genetic repository, storing biological samples from five of the institutes that make up the National Institutes of Health. Doctors and researchers from other universities and hospitals around the country ship samples to Rutgers to be stored for future research studies.
Tokarski Millemann Architects Honored as 2015 Architectural Firm of the Year
New Jersey Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Recognition for Significant Contributions and Distinguished Service
3 Other Members of the Firm Are Also Recognized by the Jersey Shore Chapter of the AIA
Brick, New Jersey, February 18, 2016 – AIA New Jersey, the regional chapter of the American Institute of Architects, recognized Tokarski Millemann Architects as 2015 Architectural Firm of the Year.
“This award is given to an Architectural Firm located in New Jersey recognized as having made significant contributions to the field of Architecture, provided distinguished service to the profession and to the AIA and has distinguished themselves both professionally and personally. The award is to be based on professional, community and technical accomplishments.”
New Jersey Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
The award by the New Jersey Chapter of the American Institute of Architects underscores Tokarski Millemann Architects significant contributions to their profession and to the greater New Jersey community statewide.
In addition to receiving the AIA New Jersey Firm of the Year, Tokarski Millemann Architects also was recognized as Firm of the Year by the Jersey Shore Chapter of AIA. Concurrently, 3 members of the firm were also acknowledged for their accomplishments by the Jersey Shore Chapter of the AIA for 2015: Richard Tokarski, Architect of the Year; Lisa Roldan, Young Architect of the Year; and Andrew Wood, Architectural Intern of the Year. In total, the firm has been recognized 12 times since 2006.
“I’m truly honored to have Tokarski Millemann recognized by our peers and by the industry with the Firm of the Year Award from the New Jersey Chapter of the American Institute of Architects,” stated Rick Tokarski, partner. “Since the formation of the firm as it is today, we strive to deliver inspired design built into every project. A great deal of our strength is due to the firm’s collaborative culture. We are privileged to see how so many of us are able to exceed and succeed at the very thing we love to do.”
2015 – AIA New Jersey-Firm of the Year
2015 – Jersey Shore Chapter of AIA – Firm of the Year
2015 – Jersey Shore Chapter of AIA – Architect of the Year: Richard Tokarski
2015 – Jersey Shore Chapter of AIA – Young Architect of the Year: Lisa Roldan
2015 – Jersey Shore Chapter of AIA – Architectural Intern of the Year: Andrew Wood
2014 – Jersey Shore Chapter of AIA – Architect of the Year: Michael Millemann
2012 – AIA New Jersey- Architect of Year: Richard Tokarski
2012 – Jersey Shore Chapter of AIA – Firm of the Year
2012 – Jersey Shore Chapter of AIA – Architect of the Year: Richard Tokarski
2007 – Jersey Shore Chapter of AIA – Young Architect of the Year: Michael Millemann
2006 – Jersey Shore Chapter of AIA – Young Architect of the Year: Richard Tokarski
As an experienced team of designers, planners and creators Tokarski Millemann Architects are dedicated to providing inspirational creative design in every commission and project.
The firm has provided pro bono services and support to many community organizations, some of which include:
• The Hope Center for the Performing Arts – Jersey City, NJ
• Destiny Community Corporation and Food Pantry – Brick, NJ
• One Eighty Teen Center – Brick, NJ
• The Boy Scouts of America – Ocean County
• Workforce Housing – Toms River, NJ
• Church of Grace and Peace – Toms River, NJ
• New Beginnings Christian Church – Brick, NJ
• Grace Initiatives Teen Pregnancy Center – Lacey, NJ
• Solomon Schechter Day School of Raritan Valley – East Brunswick, NJ
• East Brunswick Jewish Center
• Keyport First Aid Squad
• North Brunswick P.A.L.
• Hazlet Rotary
• Rutgers Prep Student Entrepreneur Program
• K-12 schools
• Automotive dealerships
• Custom residential homes
Tokarski Millemann is a full service Architectural Firm located in Brick, New Jersey. They are licensed in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. The two partners, Richard Tokarski, AIA and Michael Millemann, AIA, lead the firm, which has a focus on sustainable ‘green’ design and are well versed in all types of coastal and waterfront construction. Tokarski Millemann Architects meets the design challenges of their clients with distinctive designs, creative solutions and professional integrity.
Tokarski Millemann provides services for both commercial and residential architecture. They believe the diversity of project types and clients makes their work more interesting. Both partners at Tokarski Millemann are LEED Accredited Design Professionals with a passion for sustainable ‘green’ design. Commercially, their vast experience includes K-12 Educational Facilities, Universities, Retail, Churches, Restaurants, Car Dealerships, Fitness Centers, Day Care Centers, Industrial Facilities and Tenant Fit-outs. Residentially, their projects include custom waterfront homes, as well as new homes, additions and flood elevations.
- Mahwah High School STEAM Addition Mahwah, New Jersey
- Beachwalk Hotel Sea Bright, New Jersey
- Hampton Inn Toms River, NJ
- Legion Square Village Apartments Toms River, New Jersey
- 11 Imbrie Place Sea Bright, New Jersey
- Modern Metedeconk Riverfront Design Brick, New Jersey
- 548 Ocean Avenue Sea Bright, New Jersey
- Koliver Residence Brick, New Jersey
- Playa Bowls Various Locations
- Cedar Swamp Self Storage Jackson, NJ
- Pine Belt Chevrolet Lakewood, New Jersey
- ExtraSpace Self Storage Middlesex County, New Jersey
- Rutgers MicroBiology Lab Rutgers University
- Tokarski Millemann Architects Office Wall, NJ
- Club Metro USA Health Club Toms River, New Jersey
- Restaurant Concept Design
- Rutgers Genetic Counseling Offices
- Jackson Multifamily Apartment Complex
- Furniture Store – Freehold Mall
- Metro PCS Ocean County Mall - Woodbridge Mall - Menlo Park Mall
- Furniture Store Greenbrook Greenbrook, New Jersey
- Brick City Bar & Grill Restaurant Newark, New Jersey
- Girl Scout Camp Activities Building Hillsborough, New Jersey
- Furniture Store – North Brunswick North Brunswick, New Jersey
- Jersey Mike’s Subs Various location throughout New Jersey
- Cedar Island Drive Brick, New Jersey
- Prairie Modern Brick, New Jersey
- Rochester Drive Residence Rochester Drive, Brick, New Jersey
- Genes Drive Renovation Toms River, New Jersey
- Mahwah High School Track & Field Mahwah, New Jersey
- Richard Lucas Chevrolet Avenel, New Jersey
- Mount Ephraim Library Mt. Ephraim, New Jersey
- St. Peters University Athletic Field House Jersey City, New Jersey
- Irwin Lincoln Mercury Mazda Service Center Freehold, New Jersey
- Irwin Mazda Freehold, New Jersey
- Liberty Commons Shopping Center Jackson, New Jersey
- Lakewood Blue Claws Stadium Roof Lakewood, New Jersey
- Pine Belt Subaru Lakewood, New Jersey
- Rutgers Food Science Lab New Brunswick, New Jersey
- The Hope Center for the Visual & Performing Arts Jersey City, New Jersey
- Grace & Peace Family Center Toms River, New Jersey
- Grace & Peace Ministry Center Toms River, New Jersey
- Furniture Showplace Woodbridge, New Jersey
- Furniture Store – Eatontown Eatontown, New Jersey
- Furniture Store – Linden Linden, New Jersey
- Joseph A. Citta Boy Scout Reservation Barnegat Township, New Jersey
- Jones Residence Brick, New Jersey
- Camping Shelters Wall, Stillwater, Woodbine & New Lisbon, NJ
- 7 Eleven Marlton, New Jersey
- Clayton Heavy Equipment Maintenance Building (H.E.M.B) Jackson, New Jersey
- Clayton Concrete Plant Woodbridge , New Jersey
- Bubbakoo’s Buritos Brick, Toms River, Bayville and Jackson
- Sea Bright Banquet Hall Sea Bright, New Jersey
- East Dover Fire Company Toms River, New Jersey
- Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository Busch Campus, New Brunswick, New Jersey
- Award Winning New Jersey Architecture Firm New Jersey