Bellaire Condominiums in Review

                      Berman & Wright Architecture, Engineering & Planning was contacted to investigate the conditions present at the Bellaire Condominiums in … Read more

The Rialto-Capital in Review

                              The Beacon, Rialto-Capitol Condominium is part of the former Medical Center Complex in Jersey City, … Read more

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Welcome Joseph Frega

We are pleased to announce the addition of Joseph F. Frega to the Berman & Wright team. Joseph brings over 10 years of professional experience in design, construction, and project … Read more

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The History of Building Materials

A shelter is a fundamental need of all people. Historically, contractors have improved and adapted construction methods to fit a wide range of environments, resources, and skill sets. Prior to … Read more

Beneficial Resolution

Berman & Wright was retained by Grand Slam Partners, LLC, represented by Michael McKenna and Anthony Tavormina of Cohen-Seglias Attorneys, to analyze reports, recommendations and damage estimates developed by other … Read more

B&W Announces New Project Director

We are proud to announce the promotion of Erin Collins-Cecil, AIA to the position of Project Director! A registered architect, Erin has a Bachelors of Architecture degree from the New … Read more

Jacquelyn Schaeffler promoted to Senior Project Consultant

Jacquelyn Schaeffler joined Berman & Wight last April as an Project Consultant, and we are proud to announce her promotion to the position of Senior Project Consultant! After completion of … Read more

Built to Last: General Rules of Thumb for Estimating the Useful Life of your Building Envelope

By:  Erin Collins-Cecil, Assoc. AIA, Project Consultant/Architectural Designer Common perception used to be that older homes were “built to last;” quality craftsmanship and building materials were the norm.   However, that … Read more

Preventable Maintenance Issues – Interview with Ray Dickey

Simple choices can yield lasting results! Do you have questions about preventable maintenance issues in your home? Watch Mark Berman’s interview with Ray Dickey to explore some of the easiest … Read more

Cool Trends: Low Slope White Roofs

Replacement of Dark Roofs with Low Slope White Roofs – How to Avoid Problematic Building Performance Overview and Background Low slope “cool” roofs, those roofs covered with a white membrane … Read more