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August 9, 2022
Former Trenton Central High School Boilerhouse Gets A New Life
With the completion of the new Trenton Central High School, the former boilerhouse became defunct, allowing for much needed storage space as well as classrooms and laboratories to support a new Small Learning Community. The exterior of the boilerhouse...
July 29, 2022
Passaic County Celebrates New Landscape Improvements at the Passaic County Arts Center
Recently the Passaic County Board of Commissions held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the second phase of the Passaic County Arts Center at the John W. Rea House. Landscape elements around the historic home were installed, including new plantings,...
June 1, 2022
Lambert Castle Gets Faithful Restoration
Clarke Caton Hintz is pleased to share images from the successful completion of the first phase of the Lambert Castle restoration. The entire stone masonry façade was cleaned and meticulously repaired and repointed. New historic windows were installed while...
July 30, 2020
CCH Sponsors Annual Golf Classic to Benefit Student-Athletes, Hosted by MCCC
Mercer County Community College (MCCC) invites friends and supporters of the college’s student-athletes to hit the links on Monday, Oct. 5...
July 10, 2020
Skyline Hall Wins Award!
Clarke Caton Hintz is thrilled to learn that Skyline Hall at William Paterson University was awarded a 2020 Good Neighbor Award from the New Jersey Business and Industry Association. Clarke Caton Hintz worked with WPU to design the project...
September 12, 2019
William Paterson University Opens Skyline Hall
On Thursday September 12, 2019, William Paterson University officially opened its latest residence hall. Designed by Clarke Caton Hintz (Architecture and Landscape Architecture), and named Skyline Hall for its NYC views from the upper floors, the building contains 282...
June 25, 2019
CCH Helping to Restore Paterson’s Historic Hinchliffe Stadium
A plan to restore the Hinchliffe Stadium got another public viewing Monday as Mayor Andre Sayegh hosted...
May 28, 2019
CCH helps make the old house new again as the Rea House reopens
The historic John W. Rea House officially reopened on Tuesday with a new roof and a new purpose, following a $1.6 million restoration that transformed the decrepit landmark into a bright arts space. See more information about the reopening...
April 1, 2019
MCCC of Trenton awarded a 2019 Smart Growth Award
New Jersey Future has presented Mercer County Community College of Trenton a 2019 Smart Growth Award for...
September 13, 2018