Landscape Architecture Site Planning Urban Design
Moss Gilday Group, LLC provides unique solutions to design challenges inherent with a wide
range of commissioned projects. Since the evolution of the firm in 2000, Moss Gilday Group has had the opportunity to expand the firm's portfolio on a variety of highly visible projects. The firm applies sound principles that express an understanding of context and an integrated design approach that provides the canvas to create cohesive environments with an emphasis on clients' needs and market program.
In respecting the importance of design continuity and the detailed intricacies associated with large-scale projects, our office carefully considers components of plans prepared by interrelated disciplines, including those of architectural and engineering design consultants. It is our strong belief that by acquiring an understanding of our respective scopes of responsibility, there will be complementary and successful cross-over of ideas. This collaborative approach enables Moss Gilday Group to be proactive in advancing our design objectives while remaining responsive to the broad design concept with attention to carefully designed detailing.
Moss Gilday Group has been an integral design team member for highly successful projects within the New York Metropolitan area. Recent projects include SkyView Parc in Flushing, Oceana in Brighton Beach, Renaissance Plaza in Downtown Brooklyn, mid and high-rise developments for AvalonBay Communities in White Plains, New Rochelle, Brooklyn, and Manhattan, residence housing for the College of Staten Island and Wagner College as well as on-going site renovation and expansion projects for the corporate campuses of Bristol-Meyer Squibb Company throughout New Jersey
From preliminary design sketches through detailed bid documents, Moss Gilday Group combines excellence in design with a working knowledge of construction and technical expertise that enables the firm to provide comprehensive professional services to a diverse and ever-growing client base.