Ames & Whitaker Architects
Architect in Waterbury, CT
Ames & Whitaker specializes in public and institutional architecture throughout Connecticut, providing comprehensive best quality services. Our public project experience encompasses all kinds of buildings including educational facilities for all age levels, community centers, fire stations, garages, police headquarters, town and city halls and libraries for local, state and federal governments. Private projects have included banks, churches, office buildings, industrial and retailing facilities, nursing and senior care and all kinds of domestic architecture.
read moreAmes & Whitaker is a professional corporation located in Southington, CT. Our predecessor firm was established in 1947 and became a corporate practice in 1970. We became Ames & Whitaker in 1990. Ames & Whitaker is owned and managed by two principals: Roger W. Saulnier, AIA, LEED AP and Alan Lagocki, LEED AP, AIA. Two individuals are registered architects in Connecticut. Other registrations carried are Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Rhode Island. The firm's principals, senior staff and architects-in-training are all members of the American Institute of Architects and AIA Connecticut.
read moreMs. Adelson joined the firm in 2012 shortly after graduation and has worked on a variety of commercial and institutional projects. Ms. Adelson worked on an addition and renovations to the Motherhouse for the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist in Meriden from design development through construction administration. She worked in Sketch Up to create 3D views of the kitchens, dining, and front elevations, portraying different options for client discussion and approval. Ms. Adelson also worked on a study for a new vision for the historic VA Home & Hospital campus in Rocky Hill.