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Xerox Temporary World Headquarters
Niro Atomizer
Ed Mitchell's
General Electric Broadcasting
Westport Company Building No. 1
Richardson Vicks International
Holiday Inn
Hilford Moving and Storage

Town of Trumbull Board of Education
Town of Westport Public Works
Town of Fairfield Board of Education
Navy Base San Nicolas Island

Institutional / Hospitals
Columbia University Library
Town of Greenwich Nursing Home
Ventura County Medical Center

Black Rock Congregational Church
Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church
Saint Mary Magdalene Catholic Church

Hama Yu Japanese Restaurant
Tanglewoods Restaurants
Baker's Garden Restaurants
Yankee Peddler Inn Restaurant

Embassy Towers
Tung Residence
Carter Residence
Sugimura Residence
Campbell Residence
Bonney Residence

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Citizen Utilities / Xerox Temporary World Headquarters
Stamford, CT


This is Building #3 located in High Ridge Park.  Victor H. Bisharat was the Architect  of Record.  The building is three levels with approximately 75,000 sq. ft. of office space.


Ed Mitchell's
Westport, CT


As a major retail store for Westport, Connecticut this 2-story, 35,000 sq. ft., award winning center was constructed using distinctive redwood siding. 



Westport Company Building No. 1
Long Island, NY

This proposed 90,000 sq. ft. prestigious office building was part of a 10-building, 100 acre office park development, complete with a 9-hole golf course.



Holiday Inn
San Buenaventura, CA

The Holiday Inn Beach Resort (Now a Crowne Plaza) was first constructed in the 1970's.  It's the only mid-rise building on the beach from Santa Monica to San Francisco.  The Holiday Inn "standard design" was given an entire face lift with exterior glass enclosures around each balcony.  The "crown spires" at the top of each vertical enclosure are meant to present a lighted beacon which would be seen for miles.

Major interior renovations were programmed, including alterations to the Penthouse Lounge and Ballroom to 500 seats.  The ocean and city views were expanded with the new glass crown enclosures.

A new pedestrian entrance was created from the beach promenade with a flowered arch over the new entry.  This added beach-side outdoor eating and entertainment areas with glass guardrail protection from wind and sand; while still allowing for spectacular views of the sand and ocean below.