Beatty Harvey Coco Architects, LLP (BHC Architects) is a limited liability partnership providing solutions in planning and architecture for mixed-use, multi-family, hospitality, and public works projects for 140 years.
Founded in 1880, the firm's earliest work was designing churches and cathedrals for the Archdiocese of Brooklyn, NY. In the 1950s, the firm expanded its portfolio with several public and private educational projects, including the entire campus for Molloy College in Rockville Centre, NY. In the 1970s and ’80s, the firm continued to grow focusing on adaptive re-use, commercial clients, and various public works projects.
Beginning in the 1990s until today we have completed over 150 Library Projects. Among these are Friends Academy Library, Roger’s Memorial in Southampton, Cold Spring Harbor Library & Environmental Center, the Greenburgh Public Library, and renovations to over fifty locations of the Brooklyn Public Library.
This broad history has enabled us to have worked throughout NY and LI. We have work completed in the Towns of North Hempstead, Hempstead, Huntington, Babylon, Islip, Oyster Bay, Southold, Brookhaven, East Hampton, Southampton, and Riverhead. Additional experience in Ossining, Greenburgh, Rockland County, and throughout NJ from Wyckoff to Cherry Hill. We have completed projects and have work underway in the States of Maryland, New Jersey, Virginia, Florida, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island.