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CSArch Expands With New Office In Westchester County



CSArch, a leading architecture and engineering design firm in New York State, opened a third office in White Plains, New York, earlier this month. Established in response to recent demand for the firm’s services in the Westchester County area, the new office enables CSArch to grow its design team, clientele, and project portfolio.

“We’re strategically located in the heart of White Plains to be more responsive and flexible to the needs of our current clients and to offer our professional design services to prospective public school, college, and corporate clients in Westchester County and beyond,” said Executive Principal Tina Mesiti-Céas, AIA, LEED Green Associate.

The central location of the White Plains office at 235 Main Street also supports the firm’s efforts to pursue work in Long Island and Connecticut and solidifies its footprint in New York State with more than 90 employees across three offices.

While continuing to support work out of CSArch’s Albany and Newburgh offices, Mesiti-Céas will co-lead the White Plains office along with Managing Principal Daryl Mastracci, PE, LEED AP BD+C.

“We look forward to engaging more with the local community and are committed to becoming a trusted partner in the downstate New York area,” said Mesiti-Céas.

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About CSArch
CSArch is a widely recognized design firm in New York State, providing architecture, MEP engineering, and construction management services to PK-12 schools, colleges and universities, corporate, civic, and institutional clients. The firm serves clients statewide out of its offices in Albany, White Plains, and Newburgh. In 2017, CSArch was named a Top 300 U.S. Architecture Firm by Architectural Record, a Top 50 Firm in Business by Architect Magazine, and a Top 90 K-12 Firm by Building Design + Construction. CSArch was also named one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Albany Business Review.

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