Photo from left: C2 Design Architecture team members Shaun Andriano, Alexa Albanese, Joseph Eats, Paul Benoit, Lynn Roman holding Liliana Roman, Kevin Ellis, Owner Michael Roman holding Emily Roman and Joe Aupperle; Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara’s representative Gerald Parisi; Lance Lowell, C2 Design Architecture; Chamber Ambassador Margie Miller, Curtis Lumber; Schenectady City Councilwoman Marion Porterfield; Chamber Ambassador Melissa Kelly, AAA Northway; Schenectady City Councilwoman Leesa Perazzo; Chamber Ambassador Lori Costello-Martin, WNYA-My 4 Albany; Assemblyman James Tedisco’s representative Chris Rhodes; Bruce Sowalski, McNamee, Lochner, Titus, & Williams, PC.
C2 Design Architecture celebrated its grand opening at 340 Broadway, Schenectady with a ribbon cutting hosted by The Chamber of Schenectady County on June 19, 2013. The ribbon cutting was sponsored by McNamee, Lochner, Titus & Williams, PC.
C2 brings more than 15 years of professional experience in architecture, interior design, site planning, graphic design, architectural visualization and construction administration services to its regional clients. Diversity has served as the foundation of the company and continues to be its strength.
C2 Design Architecture prides itself in developing and maintaining a good relationship with each client. The staff will work with any budget and ensure clients’ satisfaction. The company’s structure provides it with the ability to meet deadlines while maintaining a close relationship with clients.
Owner Michael A. Roman worked closely with his father on construction sites, which inspired him to become an architect. The field of architecture allows him to be hands-on and be involved in many different project phases from design to construction. After graduating college with an architecture degree, Michael worked for a few years for another architectural firm before deciding it was the right time to go into business for himself.
Michael founded his business in Schenectady County because this is where his family has lived and grown, and it is important to him to work near home.
C2 Design Architecture is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.