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Kasselman Headquarters

Menands, NY

C2 provided architectural design services for the new Kasselman Solar headquarters in Menands, NY. Kasselman purchased a warehouse that needed to be renovated at 279 Broadway to become the future home of their operations.

It was during this time, that the Covid-19 pandemic struck prompting the owner to rethink plans for the space. The original floor plan for the administrative team was about 4,100 square feet. As Covid-19 concerns grew, it became clear that this footprint would no longer serve the company’s needs. The health and well-being of Kasselman employees drove the need for a redesign.

C2 held multiple planning sessions with the client to identify space utilization needs and address COVID-19 health and safety concerns. Together with the client, a new plan was put in motion. The redesign allocated an additional 2,100 square feet for the administrative space—50% larger than the original plan.

  1. Industry: Commercial

  2. Year Completed: 2021

  3. Size: 40,500 SF

  4. Services Provided:
    Architectural Design
    Construction Drawings
    Construction Administration

I cannot speak highly enough of C2 Design Group. Their team took the time to understand my needs and preferences, offering creative and innovative solutions that transformed our office into a beautiful and functional workspace. They paid close attention to every detail, ensuring that every aspect of the renovation was executed flawlessly. They kept me informed every step of the way, promptly answering any questions I had. I was impressed with their level of professionalism, efficiency, and dedication. In addition, the team was always accessible, ensuring that the project stayed on track and within budget. I appreciated their commitment to the final product, and I am thrilled with the end result. Thank you, C2 Design Group, for creating a beautiful and functional workspace that will serve me and my team for years to come.

— Steve Kasselman, Owner


The new office floorplan promotes social distancing and fostering better hygiene practices. Additional COVID-19 design considerations included designated entry and exit points, employee circulation patterns, and the selection of material surfaces that are antimicrobial, germ resistant or easily disinfected. C2 also evaluated numerous mechanical systems for the building with a focus on overall air quality.