Construction Documents & Specifications
Bidding & Negotiations
Shop Drawings and Samples Review
Long-Term Master Planning & Future Phasing
Master Site Planning
View & Sun Studies
Topography & Steep Slopes
Septic & Well Planning
Driveways & Retaining Walls
Athletic Courts & Fields
Approvals with State & Local Agencies
Planning & Zoning
Wetlands & Waterfront Properties
Site Plan Approval
Lot Line Changes
Project types include new country estates, country homes, horse stables, barns, carriage houses, pool houses, boat houses, caretaker's cottages, guest houses and various other residential outbuildings. Our portfolio of work also includes additions and alterations to existing residential structures and equestrian structures. Special focus is to provide services to clients with rural farm and horse properties and equestrian lifestyles.
Di Biase Filkoff Architects PC provides full consultant coordination services with a multitude of other professional disciplines including: Surveyor, Civil Engineer, Site Drainage Engineer, Septic, Wells, Structural Engineer, Landscape Architect, Interior Designer, Lighting Designer, HVAC, MEP, Audio Visual, Whole-House Electronic Switching, Acoustics, Theater, Attorney, Real Estate Agent and Developer.
Location of Completed Work
Di Biase Filkoff Architects PC is a northeast based regional design firm. Completed projects are located in New York and Connecticut in Westchester County, Fairfield County, Litchfield County and the Berkshires. In the Mid-Hudson Valley projects are located in Dutchess County, Columbia County and Greene County. Di Biase Filkoff has also completed office and apartment renovations in New York City including Midtown Manhattan and the Upper East Side. Neighborhoods for completed projects in New York include Bedford, Millbrook, Amenia, Ancram, Catskills, Hillsdale, Milan, Rhinebeck and Rye. Neighborhoods for completed projects in Connecticut include Greenwich, New Canaan, Sharon, Lakeville, Lyme, Roxbury and Washington. We are pleased to be currently starting our first project in Charleston, South Carolina.