We aspire to impact the human experience by pushing the potential of the built environment.

Realizing that potential requires a partnership built on exploration and discovery to reveal the challenges, the vision, and the need.

That’s what you get when you work with CSArch. The outcome? Space that creates enduring, transformative impact. Space that maximizes resources. Space designed for the people you serve, that impacts how engaged, productive, safe, confident, and comfortable they feel.

Integrated by design, our team of architects, engineers, interior designers, and construction managers shares an unwavering commitment to collaboration – with our clients and with each other. Because when relationships come first, problems get solved, ideas are strengthened, and in the end, we realize what's possible.

COVID-19 Planning Services

The New York State Department of Health, New York State Education Department and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have published guidelines to safely re-open schools in September. CSArch is helping school districts develop plans for social distancing and improved HVAC ventilation as required by New York State. Our team is ready to help you plan for re-opening.

Social Distance Planning

Guidelines state that districts should expand their physical footprint or change the way they utilize spaces. We can help you develop a social distancing plan that optimizes your physical footprint and utilization of space. Our team can help find creative ways to use existing classroom space, create physical barriers and design plans for temporary expansion.

HVAC System Planning

NYS recommends that districts should continue to meet or exceed minimum ventilation requirements and increase ventilation and filtration. Our engineering team can outline proactive steps for maintenance, improve air distribution, optimize humidity levels and increase filtration efficiency to ensure your HVAC systems are ready in time for re-opening.


Re-Opening in the COVID Era: A Risk-Reduction Guide to Managing Air Quality

Improving indoor air quality is a critical measure building operators can take to ensure safe reopening amidst the coronavirus pandemic.


Post-Coronavirus: Re-Imagining the Design of Educational Facilities

Dr. Douglas Huntley, a retired superintendent, and our design teams answer how COVID-19 might impact the design and renovation of educational facilities.

A Message From CSArch About COVID-19

CSArch is committed to acting in the best interests of our community. The health and safety of our employees and their families are of primary importance to us.



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