RSC in the News

RSC Architects has been selected by The American Institute of Architects (AIA)’s New Jersey chapter as the recipient of their 2021 Firm of the Year Service Award, granted to a firm who “has produced notable architecture and made an impact on the architectural profession.”

Hudson County Schools of Technology partnered with RSC Architects to create the new High Tech High School, which is under construction in Secaucus, New Jersey.

The opening of the Bergen County Special Services Educational Facility and the Administrative Offices of the Bergen County Technical and Special Services School District was celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony on November 9, 2020, at 296 East Ridgewood Avenue within Paramus.

This 6,800 s.f. renovation project involved updating and re-envisioning this neighborhood dining establishment. Its new features include a modern bar with forty rotating beers on tap; a new kitchen, including an open pizza oven; a full renovation of all of the back-of-house spaces in order to improve efficiency; and a new façade, creating …

A new $25.9 million, 70,070 s.f. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) building opened within Hudson County Community College’s Jersey City campus. Designed by Hackensack, New Jersey-based RSC Architects, this state-of-the-art complex consolidates and centralizes the College’s STEM programs into one location that serves 700-750 students.

A state-of-the-art media center and inspirational student lounge open this month at Essex County College’s main campus within downtown Newark. Designed by RSC Architects, this renovated 18,800 s.f. “Information Commons” has 140 computer workstations, seven classrooms, breakout rooms, open lounges and a computer lab—creating an atmosphere that encourages collaboration, creativity, and relaxation.

RSC Architects has completed the design of a newly-renovated medical-surgical unit that serves cardiopulmonary patients at New Jersey’s Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. This project is the latest in a series of on-going renovations, with mainly single-occupancy rooms, in order to improve the patient experience, promote healing, and prevent the spread of infection.

A new $140 million Bergen County Justice Center, designed by RSC Architects, opened its doors this week. Sitting on a historic site, this six-floor, 130,000 s.f. facility is the centerpiece of a six-year plan to modernize and upgrade the County’s Justice Center Complex.

On May 17, 2016, the Laurel Hill County Park community celebrated a groundbreaking ceremony that marked the beginning of the construction of the brand new High Tech High School.