Reviews of Warrenstreet Architects Inc. (Architect)

27 Warren St, Concord, NH 03301, United States

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REVIEWS OF Warrenstreet Architects Inc. IN New Hampshire

Erin Schaick

CATCH Neighborhood Housing has enjoyed a long-standing professional relationship with Warrenstreet Architects. The fourth and most recent housing development partnership with their firm was relative to the rehabilitation of the Franklin Light & Power Mill in Franklin, NH. Purchased by CATCH in 2017 in support of low-to-moderate income housing, CATCH enlisted the services of Warrenstreet to transform a sprawling mill building into a 45-unit residential community, while maintaining both the architectural and historic integrity of the property. During the 14+ months of construction, the 1.552-acre site underwent a substantial renovation, including the demolition of vaults that encased the original turbines from the factory, as well as environmental remediation and waste removal. 450 windows were replaced with the design guidance and approvals of the National Park Service in accordance with their historical preservation standards. All new electrical services, fire alarm systems, water and sprinkler lines, natural gas and sewer lines, interior ductwork, piping and wiring were completed. Today, thanks to Warrenstreet's efforts, the Franklin Light and Power Mill is a walkable community that provides quality, safe, healthy and affordable housing opportunities to the residents of Franklin and beyond. We would definitely recommend Warrenstreet!

Dave Waldman

I've known Jonathan Halle of Warrenstreet Architects for several years. We have worked on several projects together for the non-profit organization Building on Hope. In his capacity as Building on Hope's co-chair, he works tirelessly to insure that the organization continues to thrive and successfully completes each project. Jonathan is one of a small group of people who are the heart and soul of the organization. As far as Warrenstreet's involvement, they have been chiefly responsible for designing all of the remodel projects. They are tasked with pulling together all of the wishes, requirements, and realities that come with projects like this, and are often called upon to come up with creative solutions to daunting challenges.

Erin Schaick

CATCH Neighborhood Housing has enjoyed a long-standing professional relationship with Warrenstreet Architects. The fourth and most recent housing development partnership with their firm was relative to the rehabilitation of the Franklin Light & Power Mill in Franklin, NH. Purchased by CATCH in 2017 in support of low-to-moderate income housing, CATCH enlisted the services of Warrenstreet to transform a sprawling mill building into a 45-unit residential community, while maintaining both the architectural and historic integrity of the property. During the 14+ months of construction, the 1.552-acre site underwent a substantial renovation, including the demolition of vaults that encased the original turbines from the factory, as well as environmental remediation and waste removal. 450 windows were replaced with the design guidance and approvals of the National Park Service in accordance with their historical preservation standards. All new electrical services, fire alarm systems, water and sprinkler lines, natural gas and sewer lines, interior ductwork, piping and wiring were completed. Today, thanks to Warrenstreet's efforts, the Franklin Light and Power Mill is a walkable community that provides quality, safe, healthy and affordable housing opportunities to the residents of Franklin and beyond. We would definitely recommend Warrenstreet!

Concord Coalition End Homelessness

Jonathan Halle and the team at Warrenstreet Architects are our heroes! Their leadership, expertise, and generosity made our vision of the Concord Emergency Winter Shelter a reality. Not only did Warrenstreet provide their services free of charge, Jonathan personally recruited his colleagues in the field to join in the effort, many of who agreed to waive all profits or drastically discounted their customary rates. He was a tireless problem-solver who kept the project moving when the inevitable snafus threatened to delay it. CCEH is a very small non-profit trying to do a big job with very few paid staff, and this project was a major undertaking for us. Warrenstreet truly made this possible! As a result, the entire community is stronger and more vibrant because it is better able to take care of its most vulnerable residents. Ellen Groh, Executive Director Concord Coalition to End Homelessness

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flyswryan .

They were hired to design a library addition for Grantham, NH after they botched the South Cove building in neighboring Eastman. The man that chose them for both jobs, he left town shortly after the library job, leaving many to speculate there were some shenanigans afoot. Jonathan is a lousy architect. He listened very carefully to what we needed and what we wanted from the library addition, and he put it all in the conceptual drawings. He also glopped the exterior up with an expensive stone facade we did NOT want. That’s my signature, he explained. We replied if he wanted our signature on the contract, he better remove his “signature” from our addition. He took it personally and retaliated is a most passive-aggressive manner by taking away much of what we needed and wanted: installing a boiler in one storage room and locating an electrical panel in the back of a second, cutting our usable storage by 70%. He also located an external fire alarm annunciation directly below a scupper for a flat roof, so water run over it whenever it rains and massive, 4 foot long icicles form on it. The data, phone, and electrical were also relocated from where we needed them to inconvenient locations. Drawers were made shorter than we asked for, and the list goes on. His plan for the parking area was to clearcut it of all vegetation. The removal of mature trees, in addition to his stone facade, would disrupt the fabric of the community, but Jonathan didn’t care about our community, only his own ego. A local man had to redesign the parking area to save the trees because Jonathan refused to do it, and he literally whined about having to change the drawings for it and continued making unrequested drawing changes to confound us. Use this firm at your own peril!

Concord Coalition End Homelessness

Jonathan Halle and the team at Warrenstreet Architects are our heroes! Their leadership, expertise, and generosity made our vision of the Concord Emergency Winter Shelter a reality. Not only did Warrenstreet provide their services free of charge, Jonathan personally recruited his colleagues in the field to join in the effort, many of who agreed to waive all profits or drastically discounted their customary rates. He was a tireless problem-solver who kept the project moving when the inevitable snafus threatened to delay it. CCEH is a very small non-profit trying to do a big job with very few paid staff, and this project was a major undertaking for us. Warrenstreet truly made this possible! As a result, the entire community is stronger and more vibrant because it is better able to take care of its most vulnerable residents. Ellen Groh, Executive Director Concord Coalition to End Homelessness

jill draco

flyswryan

They were hired to design a library addition for Grantham, NH after they botched the South Cove building in neighboring Eastman. The man that chose them for both jobs, he left town shortly after the library job, leaving many to speculate there were some shenanigans afoot. Jonathan is a lousy architect. He listened very carefully to what we needed and what we wanted from the library addition, and he put it all in the conceptual drawings. He also glopped the exterior up with an expensive stone facade we did NOT want. That’s my signature, he explained. We replied if he wanted our signature on the contract, he better remove his “signature” from our addition. He took it personally and retaliated is a most passive-aggressive manner by taking away much of what we needed and wanted: installing a boiler in one storage room and locating an electrical panel in the back of a second, cutting our usable storage by 70%. He also located an external fire alarm annunciation directly below a scupper for a flat roof, so water run over it whenever it rains and massive, 4 foot long icicles form on it. The data, phone, and electrical were also relocated from where we needed them to inconvenient locations. Drawers were made shorter than we asked for, and the list goes on. His plan for the parking area was to clearcut it of all vegetation. The removal of mature trees, in addition to his stone facade, would disrupt the fabric of the community, but Jonathan didn’t care about our community, only his own ego. A local man had to redesign the parking area to save the trees because Jonathan refused to do it, and he literally whined about having to change the drawings for it and continued making unrequested drawing changes to confound us. Use this firm at your own peril!

Kelly McCaskill

I've collaborated with Warrenstreet Architects photographing their projects and they are an absolute joy! Easy to work with, wonderful employees, and beautiful designs. Every project is well thought out and executed. Would highly recommend them!

Milestone Engineering & Construction

We have worked with Warrenstreet Architects for over twenty-five years all over New Hampshire. We have worked together on over thirty projects during that time, and they view every project as a partnership to serve their clients. Warrenstreet Architects is professional, serve their clients, and are an asset to the community. Their commitment to the community is what really stands out. When the Friendly Kitchen in Concord, New Hampshire, needed a new home, they stepped forward and designed it at no cost. When the Concord Coalition to end Homelessness decided to build a homeless shelter, Warrenstreet once again, stepped up and designed it at no cost. They have been a key participant in every Building on Hope project since its’ inception. They are committed to their community and their clients.

Kelly McCaskill

I've collaborated with Warrenstreet Architects photographing their projects and they are an absolute joy! Easy to work with, wonderful employees, and beautiful designs. Every project is well thought out and executed. Would highly recommend them!

Milestone Engineering & Construction

We have worked with Warrenstreet Architects for over twenty-five years all over New Hampshire. We have worked together on over thirty projects during that time, and they view every project as a partnership to serve their clients. Warrenstreet Architects is professional, serve their clients, and are an asset to the community. Their commitment to the community is what really stands out. When the Friendly Kitchen in Concord, New Hampshire, needed a new home, they stepped forward and designed it at no cost. When the Concord Coalition to end Homelessness decided to build a homeless shelter, Warrenstreet once again, stepped up and designed it at no cost. They have been a key participant in every Building on Hope project since its’ inception. They are committed to their community and their clients.

Shrike Gaming

Awful experience with the owner.

Matthew Walsh

As a Project Manager for Eckman Construction, I have worked with Warrenstreet Architects on two recent projects, one for a private car dealership and another for a public fire station. I can't say enough good things about Warrenstreet's commitment to their projects. Jonathan Halle was very helpful in getting the fire station documents and timeline organized prior to the bond vote. Jonathan Smith's attention to detail and overall willingness to work together on project challenges as they arose were second to none. He even travelled with us to Connecticut to study another similar car dealership to ensure we were vetting every detail for a challenging global client that expected consistency and perfection at every dealership. I would not hesitate to not only refer potential clients to Warrenstreet, but also to refer anyone looking to join a great team with a culture that prioritizes collaboration and teamwork. I wish them all the best in the future and look forward to working with them on another one.

Cindy Nye

Alternative designs has worked with Warrenstreet Architects on many projects. They are a very professional, easy to work with and have a very talented group of people working for them. We would highly recommend them for any architectural project. They are one of the most talented firms in NH.

Karen Vanderbeken

Jonathan Halle and I co-Chair a volunteer group called Building on Hope. Every two years we work with a deserving nonprofit to renovate a facility in order to bring the organization to the next level, to increase the number of people they serve, provide an updated facility that clients and staff can be proud of, and to lift the hopes and visions of the staff and volunteer leadership. Since 2009, Warrenstreet has been involved in all five nonprofit renovations completed with many of their staff intimately involved in the planning and design process. Without their leadership, the Building on Hope initiative would not be the extraordinary success it is today! They work with many general and sub contractors, who have the ultimate respect for the firm. The company is made up of “can-do” people, who want the best for their communities and will get involved to help get the job done! This is truly a company with a huge heart!

Shrike Gaming

Awful experience with the owner.

Matthew Walsh

As a Project Manager for Eckman Construction, I have worked with Warrenstreet Architects on two recent projects, one for a private car dealership and another for a public fire station. I can't say enough good things about Warrenstreet's commitment to their projects. Jonathan Halle was very helpful in getting the fire station documents and timeline organized prior to the bond vote. Jonathan Smith's attention to detail and overall willingness to work together on project challenges as they arose were second to none. He even travelled with us to Connecticut to study another similar car dealership to ensure we were vetting every detail for a challenging global client that expected consistency and perfection at every dealership. I would not hesitate to not only refer potential clients to Warrenstreet, but also to refer anyone looking to join a great team with a culture that prioritizes collaboration and teamwork. I wish them all the best in the future and look forward to working with them on another one.

Cindy Nye

Alternative designs has worked with Warrenstreet Architects on many projects. They are a very professional, easy to work with and have a very talented group of people working for them. We would highly recommend them for any architectural project. They are one of the most talented firms in NH.

Karen Vanderbeken

Jonathan Halle and I co-Chair a volunteer group called Building on Hope. Every two years we work with a deserving nonprofit to renovate a facility in order to bring the organization to the next level, to increase the number of people they serve, provide an updated facility that clients and staff can be proud of, and to lift the hopes and visions of the staff and volunteer leadership. Since 2009, Warrenstreet has been involved in all five nonprofit renovations completed with many of their staff intimately involved in the planning and design process. Without their leadership, the Building on Hope initiative would not be the extraordinary success it is today! They work with many general and sub contractors, who have the ultimate respect for the firm. The company is made up of “can-do” people, who want the best for their communities and will get involved to help get the job done! This is truly a company with a huge heart!

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