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Kenneth Lopez-Irizarry, AIA, NCARB has joined RSSC Architecture as Project Architect

RSSC Architecture is pleased to welcome Kenneth Lopez- Irizarry, AIA, NCARB to the firm as Project Architect on June 21, 2021. As Project Architect Kenneth will be coordinating with clients, managing project design, and generating design documents.  With over sixteen years of experience in the architectural field; Kenneth has worked on a wide range of [...]

2021-06-23T18:40:08+00:00By |

In memoriam of John F. Schonder – former Principal of RSSC Architecture

John F. Schonder, former Principal of RSSC Architecture, passed away at his home on Thursday, May 13, 2021 at the age of 89.  We at RSSC Architecture celebrate his contributions to the community and the firm, as well as offer our deepest sympathies to the Schonder family for their loss. After John graduated from Carnegie [...]

2021-05-20T16:54:57+00:00By |

Why Computer Generated Architectural Renderings are Important

Four Reasons Your Project Deserves Computer Generated Renderings A successful building design starts with a drawing. In the past, architects would draw plans by hand. Today’s architectural renderings rely on technology. This in no way diminishes the skill needed to envision and plan a facility that will safely perform it’s expected function for life but [...]

2020-08-03T19:41:12+00:00By |

Achieving Energy Efficiency in Warehouses

Energy Efficiency for Warehouses Help Drive Profit for Building Owners Manufacturing, distribution, and warehousing facilities have one thing in common – they are big, sprawling buildings previously known to be dusty, drafty, dim and difficult to heat and cool. This is no longer the case with today’s innovative design and advanced building materials. These structures [...]

2020-03-09T18:38:58+00:00By |

Before the Hire: 5 Questions to ask your Church Architect

Discussions to Have When Hiring an Architect for Your Church Designing and building a church involves many conversations before the project can begin. Not only are churches places of worship, but they are also central to a community’s life both socially and spiritually. From infants being baptized, marriage ceremonies, and funerals, many important moments in [...]

2020-02-10T19:47:20+00:00By |

The Washington City Mission’s Crabtree-Kovacicek Veterans House

Winner of the 2019 ULI Placemaking Award for Healthy Place On October 18th, 2019 it was announced that The Urban Land Institute awarded The Washington City Mission's Crabtree-Kovacicek Veterans House the 2019 ULI Placemaking Award for Healthy Place during the ULI Pittsburgh's 7th Annual Placemaking Awards for Excellence! The awards event was held at the [...]

2019-11-22T15:19:48+00:00By |
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