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James A. Prisco AIA is a registered and licensed architect in both New York and Connecticut with more than 20 years in private practice. Mr. Prisco spent his apprenticeship under Norman Jaffe of Bridgehampton and Peter C. Keller preparing drawings for custom homes on the East End and North Shore. The firm has completed hundreds of new homes, additions, restaurants, car dealerships, boat showrooms, churches, condominiums and office buildings.
Residential Architect in Breezy Point NY
The firm provides local residential architecture and interior design services to its clientele in Breezy Point and beyond throughout the Greater New York Metro area. Mr. Prisco himself is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is NCARB certified. With a passion for waterfront development, Mr. Prisco has designed many homes along the coastal areas of Long Island. Since Super Storm Sandy, over 100 home elevations and flood repair work for FEMA compliance have been run through the office. Working with the Governor’s Office for Storm Recovery (GOSR) and the people at New York Rising, the firm has procured grants for home elevations through the preparation of 6100 reports filed with the agency.
Devoting time to the betterment of the practice, Jim has also served on the board of American Institute of Architects Long Island chapter as a director, treasurer, vice president and soon to be president of the chapter.
Commercial Architect in Breezy Point NY
After working for various developers in the early 80’s as an in-house architect supervising large construction projects, including mid-rise condominiums and the reconstruction of a large turn of the century estate, Jim established his own practice in 1985. From his original office in Island Park, Jim worked on custom residential projects, night clubs, car and boat dealerships, restaurants and food stores, hotel lobbies, churches, and condominiums. In 1989 the office moved into a converted sail loft on the waterfront in Freeport and stayed there for 15 years. Designing the first Infiniti car dealership on Long Island, the firm went on to design additional dealerships for Infiniti, Ford, BMW and Suzuki. Boat dealerships were designed and built for Wellcraft, Hatteras and Viking. Many custom restaurants were completed, design/build from Montauk to Manhattan. Prior to hurricane Irene, the office was moved to the central business district of Nassau County in Garden City. After the storms, generator installations became popular and were designed for custom residences, airplane hangars at Republic Airport and department stores.