The Mitchell Associates Architects’ office, located in Voorheesville, NY, was featured in the Albany Times Union daily newspaper (Grondahl, P. (2013, May 9). Salvage job: Architect reclaims a graceful old barn on a 19th-century farmstead. Albany Times Union). It’s a story about the adaptive re-use of a 170 year old barn that preserves the character of a historic building while providing energy efficiency, durability, economy, and a state-of-the-art work space that meets 21st century needs. This article is a great way to see how we practice what we preach when it comes to our own office. Read More.
Bob - I truly appreciate all the time and effort you are putting it to this project. While I know we are paying you to do this, I find it hard to believe in this day and age the professionalism and customer service you have given us.
Pete Damico, Chairman, Apalachin Fire District
I want to thank you for exceptional dedication and commitment to our project. I look forward to constructing a fire station that will serve as a model for other Cities for many years to come.
Rick Finn, City Manager, City of Peekskill
You really burned the midnight oil on these drawings. Thanks for the hard work.
Wayne Frye, Design Committee, Apalachin Fire District
We believe that Robert Mitchell’s professionalism and attention to detail, was part of the reason that our building project was bid and built at eight percent below our budget.
Alan Ayotte, Former Chairman, West Crescent Fire District
We were very pleased to be able to work with someone who really understands fire stations, and recommend Bob highly.
Stan Maciejewski, Former President and Building Committee Chairman, Herman Volunteer Fire Company
The volunteer members are very pleased with the final product. Not only is the building functional for our department, but is a beautiful building that we are all very proud of. Our expectations have been exceeded!
Neal A. Van Duesen, Commissioner of Fire, Hudson Department of Fire
Robert is a stalwart professional who is highly regarded in the architectural community. In my opinion, he has the highest level of expertise in the field of fire/EMS design. In my ongoing dealings with him I found his integrity towards his work unquestionable. His willingness to work with our Building Committee to complete projects and communicate in a timely fashion as well as maintain flexibility was appreciated by all Board members.
Derick LaTorre, President, Valatie Volunteer Rescue Squad, Inc.