1. Commercial Projects: Continued work on commercial buildings and projects.
2. Long Valley residence: A gorgeous renovation and addition to a lovely home for wonderful clients is underway in this office. It also includes a barn building.
3. Township of Washington: We are working on a new 5,000s.f. house on a lovely piece of scrolling property. This project shall include a horse barn and riding arena too.
4. Vermont Ranch Home: We did the design of a ranch home in Vermont for an avid ski family, this is currently in Construction.
5. Nantucket Home: This sprawling renovated home is near completion and we like to boast about its beauty and charm. The Owners have enjoyed the use of this home all summer long.
Donnelly Architecture, LLC is an proponent of volunteer work:
1. The AIA (American Institute of Architects). Judy Donnelly, AIA has served many positions with the AIA including being the 2010 President of AIA Newark & Suburban Architect. Being a voice in the profession and making a difference is very important to Judy Donnelly, she will continue to be involved with the AIA.
2. 2012 Rutherfurd Hall (Allamuchy, NJ) Summer events ‘Build a
fort with an Architect’! This fun event involved 12 kids; Judy Donnelly, AIA and Natasha Suzansky, AIA taught the design of forts and tree houses. After a power point presentation, a lesson, fort artwork and lunch the Children (ages 5-13) constructed 3 fun forts. At the end we disassembled them and had a water balloon fight.
3. Pro- Bono Work: In 2012 we invited to the Grand Opening celebration for the new offices of the ‘Women’s Domestic Abuse’ center in Warren County. We were honored to attend this event. We were we invited to ‘thank us’ for our Pro-Bono’ Construction Management services. The office building took nearly a year to complete; we were on the site viewing the construction faithfully every 2 weeks for many months!
4. Other events include:
a) Craftsman Fair: Judy Donnelly, AIA served as a judge for ‘Craftsman’s Fair’ competition at the Ledgewood Mall for many years and will continue to do so. This competition involves crafts/art/architecture project completed by students from many schools in Morris County.
b) Norwescap: Judy Donnelly, AIA did a workshop called ‘Non-traditional Employment workshop’; the business of Architects and Architecture.
c) CCM (County College of Morris): (Teen Arts Event). Judy Donnelly, AIA was a workshop presenter to high school student at college. This fun event takes place at the end of the school year; the students with higher grades get the day off from school to attend this event @ CCM. Judy’s class entailed teaching (3) 45 minute workshops on the subject of ‘Interior Design and Architecture’. All day the young students go from workshop to workshop @ college and create art; they each go home with quick simple fun projects.
d) CCM (County College of Morris): Judy Donnelly has been a guest critic at Country College of Morris Interior Design Program.
f) AIA150: On the 150th anniversary of the AIA, 150 Architect’s visited 150 schools in New Jersey and presented a discussion and hand-on event on Livable Communities. Judy Donnelly, AIA was one of the presenters!
g) Boyscouts: Boyscout troop #72 visited this office to assist in getting a badge (Architectural Drafting). Judy Donnelly, AIA presented the information on what an Architect is and what an Architect does; she displayed projects to the boys and showed how AutoCad works as well as many other discussions. At the end the boys toured a real project.