OUR FIRM

Since its founding in 1993, Netta Architects has earned a reputation as a design leader with a portfolio of award winning, high profile, complex projects through-out the United States. With our headquarters in New Jersey and offices in New York City and Florida, the firm values it’s strong client base and prides itself on providing progressive design solutions that enhance the human experience. Netta Architects pledges to collaborate with each client to develop a shared vision and facilitate a design process that results in a successful project. Over many years, we have built a management team and delivery process based on Relationships, Design Quality and Results that have consistently exceeded our clients’ expectations.

OUR QUALIFICATIONS

Netta Architects has earned an unlimited project rating from the New Jersey Department of Community affairs allowing the firm to design public projects of unlimited value. We are certified by the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office, along with being Landmark Certified in New York City. The firm is also certified by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey for transportation design. The firm posses a myriad of LEED accredited design professionals and has complete projects ranging from silver to platinum certified. Netta Architects is DPMC Prequalified & SBE Certified.

OUR RELATIONSHIPS

Client service and relationship building is a hallmark of our firm’s reputation; we build trust and commitment from our first meeting where we engage our clients’ in the areas of vision, budget and design criteria. We have successfully built a network of allied professionals and experts, extending the spectrum of services to include site selection, early approvals, feasibility and preliminary budgets to ensure we start on the path to success.  Quality permeates every aspect of our work: from the initial process that engages stakeholders, our graphic presentations, technical accuracy of our drawings to attention to detail in the field. We welcome the challenges of sustainability targets, new materials and construction techniques, and complex project logistics, often in the context of public bid environments, always seeking the best design value for each client.