On The Boards / In Construction

We currently have several new projects that are either in the design and planning phases or in construction.  In addition to remodeling and adding additions, some of the projects included below have been altered to meet current FEMA guidelines in response to Hurricane Sandy. Some of our current projects are located in Toms River, Brick, Bay Head, Point Pleasant Beach, Mantoloking, Middletown, Sea Girt, Lavallette, and Essex Fells.

Rooney Residence, Pershing Boulevard, West Point Island, Lavallette, New Jersey (in design)

Located on the in the small community of West Point Island on the Barnegat Bay, the Rooney Residence is a new one-level 2400 sq. ft. waterfront summer residence. The new house will be elevated to meet the current FEMA and township flood requirements. The design of the new home takes it's cues from the family's mid-century modern home that was flooded from Hurricane Sandy a few years ago.

McGovern Residence, Point Pleasant, New Jersey (in design)

Located on a bluff along the shores of the Manasquan River, the McGovern Residence is a new 3500 sq. ft. private residence. This project is currently in the early stages of design.


Strutt Residence, Brick, New Jersey (in design)

Located along the edge of the Metedeconk River, the Strutt Residence is an existing 2600 sq. ft. home originally built in the mid 1980's. The proposed project includes a redesign of the main entrance and kitchen on the first floor. The second floor will include a new master suite addition facing the river and an expansion of one of the existing bedrooms.

Floristean Residence, Middletown, New Jersey (in construction)

This project includes a complete exterior make-over to an existing single-family residence located in the Leonardo section of Middletown, New Jersey. Included in this remodel will be a small two-story addition along the front adding prominence to the entrance facade.

structural consultant:  KSi Professional Engineers

24 Channel Drive, Toms River, New Jersey (in design)

24 Channel Drive is a new 4000 square-foot water-front residence to be located in the Green Island section of Toms River, New Jersey. Due to the location of the site, the house is being designed to meet the current FEMA Base Flood Elevation requirements and will contain a two-car garage on the ground level and three additional levels of living space above. It is also being designed utilizing a 16' wide module so that it may be built using modular construction methods.

313 Lareine Avenue, Bradley Beach, New Jersey (in construction)

313 Lareine Avenue is an existing authentic 1920's Art's and Crafts style bungalow that has been meticulously maintained over the years. Unfortunately, like many original period style homes, the rooms are small and there is very little storage. The program for this project consists of a new kitchen addition and outdoor patio on the first floor and a new master bedroom suite and possible guest bedroom on the new second level. A great deal of careful design planning and detailing will be done to assure that the new addition fits comfortably with the architecture of the existing home.

17 Beechtree Lane, Essex Fells, New Jersey (in design)

17 Beechtree Lane is an existing 1950's ranch style home located in the affluent community of Essex Fells, New Jersey. The site is a 1.34 acre parcel with gently sloping terrain and a small stream to the rear of the property with desirable views in several directions. The client has asked us to design additions to include a master suite expansion, a large dining room, playroom, guest suite, and new front entrance that would add prominence to the entry facade. The program also includes site amenities such as a yoga studio outbuilding and a bocce court. 


306 New Jersey Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey (in construction)

306 New Jersey Avenue is a kitchen and bathroom renovation to an existing 1950's Cape Style home a few blocks in from the beach. The owner had desired to give the existing kitchen and bath a complete makeover since the interior spaces were very dark and in desperate need of an update. Some of the new interior finishes and amenities include painted wood cabinets, soapstone counters, new transom height interior windows, new lighting, and ceramic and glass tiles.