Buffalo, NY

Kideney Architects (in conjunction with IKM, Inc) were engaged to relocate and enlarge the outpatient dialysis unit. The new center incorporated stations from Buffalo General Hospital as well as ECMC’s existing unit to better accommodate patient needs and influx. A critical goal of the planning agenda was to incorporate the new building project into the… Read more »

Buffalo, NY

The E.M. Hager & Sons Co. buildings, located at 141 Elm Street, date from the late 19th century into the early 20th century…. Read more »

Auburn, NY

The recommended scope of work included using steel, maximum security detention windows with low-emissivity coated glass to reduce heat loss and fuel consumption… Read more »

Fredonia, NY

Kideney Architects partnered with the State University Construction Fund (SUCF) and SUNY Fredonia to complete a comprehensive facility program and design options resulting in a highly energized center of activity on campus…. Read more »

Buffalo, NY

The Kideney design team worked with SED representatives to maximize the MCA for this unique program, enabling funding for improvements, including numerous new classrooms, resource rooms and a new cafeteria and library to serve the growing school population… Read more »

Buffalo, NY

Waterfront Elementary School was originally designed by Paul Rudolph in 1974. Thirty years later, Kideney Architects was commissioned to design the renovations for the facility… Read more »

Buffalo, NY

As part of its billion dollar, district-wide renovation program, Buffalo City School District needed to transform a circa 1925 building into a comprehensive academic high school to house the city’s first biotechnical science program… Read more »


After the NYS Education Department rated all eight of the district’s buildings as “unsatisfactory” based on a 2005 Building Condition Survey, the District selected Kideney Architects to provide pre-referendum design services in support of its development of a major capital project…. Read more »


Recently renamed the “Crossroads Culinary Center” (C3), the renovated and expanded facility replaces a nearly 40-year-old dining hall. Finishes and food service equipment were well beyond useful life cycle…. Read more »


Kideney Architects is providing design and construction phase services for the renovation of four high-rise residential facilities on the SUNY Buffalo State campus. The scope of the renovation of Towers 1-4 includes asbestos abatement, replacement of building MEP systems, and upgrades to the building lobbies, laundry facilities and student suites.
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Kideney Architects was selected to design a new medical office building for Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation. Conventus is located at 1001 Main Street and is a pivotal connector within the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. … Read more »


TM Montante Development sought Kideney Architects to assist with site planning within the Riverview Solar Technology Park. Initial development focused on a new distribution center for FedEx Trade Networks… Read more »


The building exterior maintains its existing style of brick and industrial windows. The existing bridge has been re-clad with glass and steel to create a transparent overhead connection to an adjacent building. … Read more »