Architecture

Quality | Hyman Hayes Associates prides itself on preparing the highest quality construction documents. Complete, clear, well organized, and coordinated construction documents, with details, worked out on the boards rather than in the field, translate into lower construction costs, fewer delays, better teamwork, and happier clients.

Responsiveness | Our top priority is to be responsive and listen to our clients.  We work with our clients to thoroughly understand the project needs and objectives in order to incorporate as many items as the budget allows. As our goal is to build long-term relationships, we make it our responsibility to understand the overall facility and campus issues and the dynamics thereof – not just those related to an individual project.

Innovation | Our experience with complex building types has allowed us to develop and evolve as designers.  We cultivate creativity and innovative design that consistently results in true ‘out-of-the-box’ solutions for our clients.  Some essential design considerations include site limitations, work and traffic flow, program flexibility, safety, maintenance and operating costs, building systems integration, equipment consideration, phasing, aesthetics, sustainability and cost control.

Collaboration | Collaboration is at the core of our practice. Architects, engineers and interior designers – we all work together each and every day. We are a group of effective innovators and problem-solvers. The result, we design exceptional buildings and highly efficient spaces for our clients. Through our experienced staff and extensive knowledge base, Hyman Hayes Associates offers services to assist our clients in all aspects of their projects from initial planning through project closeout.

Our Architectural services include:

  • Building Forensics
  • Building Renovations
    • Preparation of RFPs
    • Construction administration/construction management
    • Issuing separate construction bid packages
    • Bid review
  • Department of Health Certificate of Need (CON)
    • Regulatory review
    • Certificate of Need review (Department of Health)
    • Life Safety Code compliance (NFPA 101)
  • New Construction
    • Preparation of RFPs
    • Construction administration/construction management
    • Issuing separate construction bid packages
    • Bid review
  • Planning and Feasibility Studies
    • Feasibility studies for new construction and renovations
    • Handicap accessibility review (ADA, ANSI A117.1)
    • Planning Studies
    • Programming
    • State Building Code review and analysis
    • State Environmental Quality Review (SEQR)
    • Site analysis and selection