The New York State Office of General Services has awarded the $6M building project to Trautman Associates. This state-of-the-art facility located in Canandaigua, New York is programmed to meet the needs of the New York State Police with one wing for forensic investigationRead More

Trautman Associates architects and engineers have been awarded a five year term contract from the US Department of Defense with a work scope ranging from energy evaluation and conservation to rehabilitation work on existing structures at the Niagara Falls Air Force base.

New tenant occupancies at the Innovation Center of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus share a 21st century work environment.  Innovation Center, the first LEED for Core and Shell certified building in Western New York, has opened its doors to tenant occupancy, ranging from creativeRead More

The opening of the new addition to the Cheektowaga Town Police and Courts Building is drawing media attention. After one and a half years of design and construction, the new $15 million, 27,000 square feet addition to the Cheektowaga Town Police and Courts Building is open to the public. Read More

Trautman Associates Electrical Engineers collaborate with Solar Liberty on the Solar Strand, a clean energy initiative at the North campus of the University at Buffalo, part of a statewide clean energy initiative.  The 3,200-panel photovoltaic array is located at the mainRead More

Trautman Associates Architects and Engineers have broken ground on the first four-star hotel for Williamsville's retail district. The building will include new retail shops, restaurants, upscale apartments, spa and swimming pool. In coordination with Ellicott Development Company, TrautmanRead More

Trautman Associates Architects and Engineers are finalists in the Brick-by-Brick "Best Educational Project" category for Tapestry Charter School. Buffalo Business First article, "Finalists named for 'Brick by Brick'"  

Trautman Associates was awarded "Outstanding Design" by American School and University for the design of the Forestville Middle/High School Performing Arts Auditorium.  Built to accommodate an expanding music curriculum, the auditorium was cited not only for its practicality ofRead More