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Leading the way in P3: DMR Positions Itself as Leader in Advocacy 1275 925 DMR Architects

Leading the way in P3: DMR Positions Itself as Leader in Advocacy

Recent legislation revived the P3 (public-private partnership) conversation in New Jersey, with DMR, a longtime supporter of the model, leading the way through a variety of advocacy efforts, including published media, conference involvement, and webinars. This post was originally published in March 2019 and is periodically updated.

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Introducing the DMR Foundation 789 444 DMR Architects

Introducing the DMR Foundation

We are excited to announce the establishment of the DMR Foundation.

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Approved Energy Savings Improvement Plan for Hackensack BOE Will Fuel $12.5 million in Energy Savings Projects at All Facilities 960 540 DMR Architects

Approved Energy Savings Improvement Plan for Hackensack BOE Will Fuel $12.5 million in Energy Savings Projects at All Facilities

With the recent approval of a New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ Energy Savings Improvement Plan (ESIP), the Hackensack Board of Education will begin energy improvement projects valued at $12.5 million, without utilizing its capital reserve or impacting taxpayers.

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Planning Board Approval is Next Step Forward for New Brunswick Jersey Ave. School 960 540 DMR Architects

Planning Board Approval is Next Step Forward for New Brunswick Jersey Ave. School

Following approval from the New Brunswick Planning Board on Feb. 8, the new elementary school planned on Jersey Ave. is heading toward construction. 

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Borough of Ridgefield Breaks Ground on DMR-Designed Municipal Complex 960 540 DMR Architects

Borough of Ridgefield Breaks Ground on DMR-Designed Municipal Complex

On Jan. 29 the Borough of Ridgefield and many local dignitaries broke ground on the new DMR Architects-designed municipal complex to be located on Shaler Blvd.

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DMR’s Education Building Upgrades and Divergent Thinking Spaces are a Study in how NJ Education Practices Have Evolved Over past 30 Years 960 540 DMR Architects

DMR’s Education Building Upgrades and Divergent Thinking Spaces are a Study in how NJ Education Practices Have Evolved Over past 30 Years

DMR’s four current new school construction projects could be used as a lesson on how much education has changed from the student desks lined in rows facing the teacher of yore to current requests for flexible spaces and furniture, materials and spaces that can be incorporated into the lesson plan, and ever-advancing technologies.

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With aid of Library Construction Bond Act, $24 Million of Library Projects Are Set to Begin 789 444 DMR Architects

With aid of Library Construction Bond Act, $24 Million of Library Projects Are Set to Begin

2021 will kick off with a boost to DMR’s library portfolio with the commencement of imperative library projects in Roselle, Freehold and Montgomery.

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New DMR-Designed Blue Foundry Bank Experience Debuts in Rutherford 789 444 DMR Architects

New DMR-Designed Blue Foundry Bank Experience Debuts in Rutherford

Blue Foundry Bank’s Rutherford location redesigned by DMR Architects has opened at 19 Park Ave.

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Real Estate Publications Honor DMR Experts – Twice 2000 1125 DMR Architects

Real Estate Publications Honor DMR Experts – Twice

Our team of real estate thought leaders, including our President & CEO Lloyd Rosenberg and partner Francis Reiner, continue to be recognized for their influence on the landscape of New Jersey. 

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Township of Montgomery Breaks Ground on New Municipal Center Which Reflects Rich History While Addressing Current and Future Needs 789 444 DMR Architects

Township of Montgomery Breaks Ground on New Municipal Center Which Reflects Rich History While Addressing Current and Future Needs

On Oct. 15, the Township of Montgomery broke ground on the DMR-designed new municipal center, designed to reflect the history and identity of Montgomery Township residents while addressing its current and future civic needs.  It will be the new home for municipal offices, the police department, council chambers and a branch of the Somerset County Library System.

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