Shown above are: Rich Humann, P.E., CEO and president of H2M architects + engineers; Westchester County executive Rob Astorino and Veronica Byrnes, director of Westchester H2M office.
Purchase, NY H2M architects + engineers (H2M) Westchester office (formerly known as White Plains) hosted a client/H2M open house reception at their newest location at 2700 Westchester Ave., where in his continuing effort of supporting local businesses and professionals Westchester County executive Rob Astorino proclaimed June 30, 2017 “H2M architects + engineers Day.”
The open house reception provided the opportunity for all who attended to see the newest office space. Each office location within the H2M family looks identical to the corporate office in Melville. The signature H2M branding is reflected from the color of the walls, the office furniture, workstations, collaboration areas, kitchen area and conference rooms to the entrance way glass doors. In line with the H2M philosophy of collaboration, the layout of each office lends itself to a collaborative interactive flexible office environment. The open nature of the office, natural light is demonstrative of the sustainable design practiced everyday by their design professionals for clients. While the clients enjoy the positive professional atmosphere and consistent look of the H2M offices, the employees seem to be increasingly energized by the environment that fosters collaborative interaction with a variety of discipline professionals colleagues.
The growth has been steady at the H2M architects + engineer’s Westchester location. The team of expert design professionals focus on supporting and growing the Education, Emergency Services, Commercial Real Estate and Municipal Markets. H2M offers a full range of professional services, some of which include: architecture, planning, civil/site engineering, survey, structural engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, sanitary engineering, environmental engineering, forensic cause & origin, interior design, sports development, water supply management, wastewater management, full environmental services, industrial hygiene, solid and hazardous waste management, construction inspections and GIS/mapping.
The reception hosted many clients and dignitaries from county executive Astorino, Harrison town supervisor and village mayor Ron Belmont, judge Brandon Sall, Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPW&T) commissioner Vincent Kopicki, to Department of Environmental Facilities (DEF) commissioner Thomas Lauro.