LA-Z-BOY FURNITURE GALLERIES

LA-Z-BOY FURNITURE GALLERIES

LA-Z-BOY FURNITURE GALLERIES, LATHAM NY

Cotler Architecture provided full architectural and site design services for this new retail store, as well construction and administration.  The building was constructed on a small site, which needed to resculptured  to allow for a large delivery truck as well as patron parking. Using a single sloped, pre-engineered metal building, the firm was able to create facades that appeared to be a flat roof rectangular building, which also met LA-Z-Boy’s prototype design criteria.

CURTIS LUMBER

CURTIS LUMBER

CURTIS LUMBER, SCHODACK NY

Curtis Lumber needed additional space at their Schodack store.  Rather than add on the existing store and ware house, they opted to have our firm design a new building with a contemporary Adirondack look.  The new building will be constructed using pre-engineered structural system.

COOL INSURANCE

COOL INSURANCE

COOL INSURANCE, cialis sales purchase LATHAM NY

Cool Insurance needed additional space in this Latham facility.  Our design provided this additional space without looking like an addition to the original building.

CAPITAL REGION OTOLARYNGOLOGY

CAPITAL REGION OTOLARYNGOLOGY

Capital Region Otolaryngology, tadalafil sovaldi   albany ny

The Capital Region Otolaryngology Head and Neck Group is a single specialty practice comprised of board certified Ear, cialis canada Nose and throat physicians serving the Capital District area. The practice has two sub-specialty clinics: The Northeast Ear Clinic and the Capital Region Sleep / Wake Disorders Clinic.

Having outgrown their existing facilities on Western Avenue in Albany, we initially investigated constructing an addition to that building. This concept had to be abandoned because of not being to overcome some zoning issues. The doctors wanted to stay in the same general vicinity, to accommodate their many patients. Rental space became available in the Stuyvesant Plaza complex. Because the existing space did not accommodate the circulation and space needs of the practice, it was gutted and combined with some adjacent space.

Patient Circulation: The main reception area is open to the waiting area, which has a small dedicated child play area. From the waiting area, patients are taken to exam or special testing areas. After being examined, they can check out at either of two stations, depending on which exam domain they used.

The doctors chose to have their offices adjacent to the exam rooms they would be using. Administrative functions are located both behind the reception desk and also in an adjacent suite which is directly accessible from the main suite.

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ANDERSON EQUIPMENT

ANDERSON EQUIPMENT, LATHAM NY

Anderson Equipment, a heavy construction equipment sales and service provider needed additional space.  The service area was doubled and a wash bay was added.  The office space was completely remodeled. A ground water source heating and cooling system was incorporated into the design as well as a photovoltaic array which has significantly reduced the energy usage in the building.

 

PAUL PEREZ – ANDERSON EQUIPMENT

Our main reason for choosing Cotler Architecture was the high level of experience. Our project was difficult because of the extensive renovations that needed to take place, and our desire to add green energy elements to the design. Steve came through for us on 2 very important levels. The first was his ability to take our vision and truly get it right in a timely fashion. The second key was Steve’s strong reputation in the community allowing him to pool the very best resources for our project.

ALBANY PLASTIC & RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY

ALBANY PLASTIC SURGEONS

ALBANY PLASTIC & RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY, cialis usa advice ALBANY NY

 

This practice occupied 3,926 square-feet in an office building which was part of the Stuyvesant Plaza complex. When the adjacent suite became available, the doctors wanted to expand, but the practice’s space needs did not require both the old and new areas. The doctors decided on approximately two thirds of the combined space. During the reconstruction, it was important that the practice continue operating, so we planned the project in two phases. The doctors continued operating out of their existing office, while Phase I was constructed in the adjacent space. When that phase was completed, a weekend move was planned, enabling the doctors to see patients in the new area that Monday.

During the Phase II completion time, (+7-30 days) the in-suite operation room was not available and several of the doctors had to share office facilities, but they were able to continue to function. Our layout was designed so that when Phase II was completed, the entire contractor had to do, was to open doors in 2 walls where corresponding corridor were constructed.

This practice is comprised of four physicians who do reconstructive as well as cosmetic plastic surgery. The design met all applicable New York State codes as well as AAAA requirements for a facility with an operating room.

7 AIRPORT  PARK BOULEVARD

7 AIRPORT PARK BOULEVARD

7 AIRPORT  PARK BOULEVARD, LATHAM NY

This two-story brick building designed for multi-tenancy. The construction is steel frame with a unique panelized steel stud system developed by Ryan Biggs, the Structural Engineer for the project. The panel system allowed construction to take place during the winter months. The entire building has a brick veneer. The roof is a mechanically fastened single ply membrane. The windows are fixed insulated glass in an aluminum frame.

The building is located in Airport Park in Latham and was developed by British American Corp. The initial tenant mix was made up of Insurance, Engineering, CPA and law offices, and a field office for the FAA.