CSArch, a premier architecture, engineering, and construction management firm in New York State, is pleased to announce a refreshed brand identity with an updated logo. Designed to reflect the company’s position as a design leader, the updated brand celebrates the growth and evolution that CSArch is undergoing.
“Our new logo, marketing, and corporate materials add diversity and vibrancy to our identity,” said Phillip Quindara, Director of Marketing. “Great brands evolve. This is a natural step that will help us stay current and relevant with our clients and position us as a leader in this industry.”
Replacing the former, 10-year old logo, the evolved logo uses modern letterforms that emphasize strength and structure along with a more subdued “CS,” representing the shift in leadership from the firm’s founders to the current executive leadership team.
The brand refresh coincides with a renovation of CSArch’s Albany office. Featuring an open work environment to support team-based clusters, the redesigned space promotes dialogue and collaboration and includes automated sit-stand desktops, modern ergonomic furniture, and motion and daylighting sensor LED lighting.
“Our updated brand and renovated office space is a modern reflection of our values and long history within the design industry,” said Tina Mesiti-Céas, Executive Principal. “These are exciting times at CSArch and we are taking the opportunity to strengthen and modernize our brand, as we continue to provide exceptional service to our clients and improve our communities.”
CSArch is a widely recognized design firm in New York State, providing architecture, MEP engineering, and construction management services to PK-12 schools, colleges and universities, corporate, civic, and institutional clients. The firm serves clients statewide out of its offices in Albany, White Plains, and Newburgh. In 2017, CSArch was named a Top 300 U.S. Architecture Firm by Architectural Record, a Top 50 Firm in Business by Architect Magazine, and a Top 90 K-12 Firm by Building Design + Construction. CSArch was also named one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Albany Business Review.