DMR Architects said Thursday that nearly all of the 150 projects that make up its nearly $1 billion pipeline have remained actively under development or construction throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Jersey’s fourth largest architecture firm, DMR expanded each of its practice areas, making significant progress in its residential footprint in the state and its education project roster in New Jersey and New York City.
The Hasbrouck Heights-based firm’s design and construction teams are near completion on The Residences at 30 Court, a luxury apartment building in Morristown and have begun work on Wyndham Place at Ridgefield Park, bringing its rental unit count to 4,500.
DMR teams are currently working at 80 schools, including renovation projects at 44 facilities in New York City, and in New Jersey, with new facilities in Carteret, Plainfield and Paterson. The firm is responsible for some of the most sophisticated advanced learning spaces in the state including the Hudson County Schools of Technology, Frank J. Gargiulo Campus in Secaucus.
DMR’s team has married functionality and aesthetics at public facilities throughout the state and is currently working on municipal building projects for Monmouth County and the municipalities of Montgomery, Ridgefield and Red Bank.
DMR’s municipal planning team – most noted for its role in Hackensack’s downtown-area revitalization and plans to create first-time downtown area at East Brunswick’s Route 18 Corridor – is now working as the municipal planner in Dunellen and Roselle.
“I’m very proud that across all our practice areas we’ve maintained our culture of collaboration despite our staff being physically separated by shelter-in-place directives,” said President and Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Rosenberg. “Each of our team members are trained in the most innovative planning and communication tools available, and take personal pride in each project to ensure that the long-term goals of our clients are met in the same way they would without quarantine and its complications.”