Front Street Office Building

Front Street Office Building

Located in the very core of Philadelphia’s waterfront development area, Greisler Brothers Meats Building was purchased by M. J. Asbell Associates in 1987 for conversion into a multi-purpose complex housing the Asbell offices, a ground-floor restaurant, and speculative office space.

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Taylor & Francis

Taylor & Francis

Taylor and Francis, a small publisher, brought in Richard M. Cole & Associates to adaptively reuse adjoining two- and three-story warehouses into a 15,000-square-foot office and distribution center. The general office was arranged in an open setting on the lower level. The president’s office and conference room were situated on a mezzanine level overlooking the general office.

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Atlantic City Law Offices

Atlantic City Law Offices

With a 12,000-square-foot main office designed by Richard M. Cole & Associates, the law firm of Horn, Kaplan, Goldberg, Gorny & Daniels turned once again to RMC&A when it needed an additional 10,000 square feet to accomodate 20 lawyers, paralegals and supporting staff.

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Penn Jersey Paper Office Building

Penn Jersey Paper Office Building

Despite a thorough embrace of cutting-edge technology for its operations, Penn Jersey Paper Company is still a closely knit, family-run business. So when the firm built a new, 15,000-square-foot facility, it needed to accomodate both sophisticated technology and a homey management style.

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Trustees’ Private Bank

Trustees’ Private Bank

Trustees’ Private Bank commissioned Richard M. Cole & Associates to put an unused, 75-year-old vault back into use and fashioned a gracious reception area in a windowless basement of only 2,000 square feet.

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Corporate Projects

A thorough understanding and respect for each client organization's corporate culture, operations and technologies informs every office building and interior designed by Richard M. Cole & Associates. Planning, programming, architectural and interior design studies are conducted with an eye towards satisfying present and potential space requirements, facilitating efficient workflow, fostering employee satisfaction and complying with budget and schedule requirements.

RMC&A's work on executive suites, banking operations, law and corporate offices all reflect the firm's comprehensive approach to design, from programming through architectural design to selection and procurement of finishes, fixtures and furnishings - with the focus always on cost effectiveness and responsiveness to client needs.

Additional Works - Asbell Office Building / Dietrich Foundation Offices / Bank of New Jersey Executive Offices / Lundy, Flitter & Beldecos Law Offices / N.N.F. Corporation Offices / Silo Administrative Offices / Osage Investments Offices