LINCOLN PARK STORAGE BUILDING PROGRESS

Spring 2017

Construction is nearing completion at the Lincoln Park Storage Building.


LESSNER BUILDING PROGRESS

Spring 2017

Demolition of lower level at the Lessner Building.


ORANGETOWN TOWN HALL SPACE PLANNING STUDY

February 2017

The Town of Orangetown, NY has selected The Musial Group to conduct an architectural space planning study for the Orangetown Town Hall.



LESSNER BUILDING PROGRESS

Fall 2016

Demolition is underway at the Lessner Building!


LINCOLN PARK STORAGE BUILDING PROGRESS

Summer 2016

Lincoln Park Storage Building construction is underway! The new facility will include offices, vehicle storage, workshops and a greenhouse for the Hudson County Parks Department. We will be documenting progress throughout the summer. 


HUDSON COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ANNEX
RIBBON CUTTING

10 March 2016

The Hudson County Administration Building Annex Ribbon Cutting took place on Thursday, March 10th, celebrating the official opening of the new County Freeholder chambers on the first floor of the County Annex building. Following the ribbon cutting, Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise delivered his annual state of the county address. 


Home for the homeless

14 February 2016

The City of Newark has announced the launch of Phase II of the Newark's Valentine's Day Redevelopment Program. The Musial Group Architecture is excited to continue working with Kean University chapter of lota Phi Theta on their community development project, Home for the Homeless. While the fraternity regularly engages in community service projects, this particular project was developed with the hope of providing an enduring and substantive legacy. The fraternity purchased the property through Newark's Valentine's Day land sale last year with the intent of constructing a new, two family home to act as a transitional home for homeless families. The Musial Group Architecture has donated design and construction administration services for the two family home.  


preliminary approval for springfield
downtown redevelopment project

30 December 2015

At their special meeting, the Springfield Planning Board granted preliminary approval for the downtown mixed-use redevelopment project on Morris Avenue. The proposed project consists of a four and a half story residential building with approximately 30,000 square feet of commercial/retail space. 

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AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN ARCHITECTURE
NEW JERSEY AIA

23 October 2015

The Musial Group Architecture has been recognized by the NJ Chapter AIA with an Excellence in Architecture Merit Award for the Garwood Athletic Complex in the Built-Open category. The 2015 Design Competition included over 100 design entries. For more information about this year's AIA New Jersey State Convention visit the AIA NJ State Convention Recap and the Commercial Construction & Renovation article, Garden State's Top Architects Honored.

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LINDEN SCHOOL 8 RIBBON CUTTING

13 October 2015

The Musial Group was delighted to attend the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the School 8 Addition and Renovation. The celebration included welcoming messages from the Principal and Superintendent, a performance from the School 8 chorus and musicians, school tours and refreshments.

 


achievement in planning award
NEW JERSEY PLANNING OFFICIALS

18 September 2015

The Garwood Athletic Complex project has been honored by the New Jersey Planning Officials with an Achievement in Planning. Every year, the NJPO honors Achievements in Planning for projects that reflect sensible planning and dedicated individuals whose efforts benefit their community's quality of life. 


JUNEAU CENTER featured in metal construction news

1 June 2015

Noel Musial, II, Designer and Project Manager of the Juneau Center, was recently interviewed by the Metal Construction News. Read about the Juneau Center's energy efficient building skin in the Metal Construction News article!

 


uss juneau memorial center dedication

13 November 2013

The USS Juneau Memorial Center was dedicated on November 13th to honor the crewmen of the USS Juneau cruiser that sunk during battle in World War II. The original structure, formerly known as Building 77, was built between 1917 and 1918 by the Federal Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company as part of what became a 175 acre campus to construct Navy Ships during World War II. The forge shop at Building 77 helped produce over 500 battleships, cruisers, steamers, barges and bridges between 1917 and 1949. The Juneau Center now houses offices and serves as the Command Center for the Hudson County Office of Emergency Management. Read more about the dedication ceremony and remarks by Mayor Alberto G. Santos in the Kearny news article.

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JUNEAU CENTER PROGRESS

Summer 2013

Photovoltaic array and wind turbine at the Juneau Center.


Juneau Center Progress

Winter 2013

Winter construction at the Juneau Center is coming along! Take a look at some of our progress photos including radiant tubes, geothermal wells, column reconstruction, and energy recovery.

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GARWOOD ATHLETIC COMPLEX GROUNDBREAKING

15 December 2012

Garwood breaks ground on the Athletic Field Complex. Excited to get started! Additional information and photos of Saturday's ceremony is featured in the Garwood Patch

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Juneau Center Progress

Summer 2012

Bodacious summer at the Juneau Center! Check out progress photos on the south elevation, main entrance and stair.