Clinton Brown Company Architecture

Clinton Brown, FAIA

617 Main St Suite M303
Buffalo, NY 14203
Phone: 
716-852-2020
Fax: 
716-852-3132
Best Time to Reach: 
Anytime
Best Way to Reach: 
email/phone
Experience: 
20+
Certifications: 
Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Registered Architect, two Architectural Assessors credited by The National Institute for Heritage Conservation, Architectural Historians. M. Architecture; Masters in Historic Preservation
Education: 
M.A.
Statement of Work: 
CBCA collaboratively designs renewing historic places, to attract new investment and to create new performance, especially for arts and cultural clients. As a leading full service, historic preservation architecture and grant writing and grant administration firm, we specialize in project concept development heritage planning, architectural design, and project and grant services for renovation, rehabilitation, and historic preservation projects. We are the leader in performing Historic Resource Survey, National Register nomination, Historic Structure Report, and Historic Preservation Tax Credit and grant application services. We have assisted our clients in raising more than $33,000,000 for their historic preservation projects.
Client List: 
National Women's Hall of Fame, Center for Great Women, Seneca Falls, NY; Shea’s Performing Arts Center, Buffalo, NY; The Wall Street Theater in Norwalk CT; New York City Dept of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Water; Citizens Advocating Memorial Preservation, Little Valley, NY; The Steel Plant Museum, Lackawanna, NY; The Livingston County Historical Society, Geneseo, NY; The Niagara Arts and Cultural Center, Niagara Falls, NY; The Waterman Center for the Arts in Bath, NY; The Newell Building / Shirt Factory Café, Medina, NY; Riviera Theater Restoration and Expansion Project, N Tonawanda, NY; The Olmsted Center for Sight, Buffalo, NY.
Administration: 
Grant Writing | Strategic & Long Range Planning
Architecture: 
Building | Design | Program Planning || Historic Building Assessments, Conservation Assessment Program, compatible additions, re-use of historic properties
Collections Management: 
Security: Life Safety, Fire Protection
Conservation: 
Assessment/Surveying || Historic Building Assessment