The partnership firm of Lammon Architects, LLP located in Troy , New York , was formed in 1995 by the two principals, Raymond R Lammon, R.A. and R. Scott Lammon, R.A. Both principals have been employed in private architectural firms as well as government agencies and have a combined architectural/engineering-practice experience of over 60 years to offer its clients. Both principals are active members of The American Institute of Architects and promote AIA standards of practice in their firm.

Lammon Architects, LLP is a general architectural and planning firm which is committed to serving its clients in the commercial, ecclesiastical, institutional and residential fields. We have the ability to serve you from conceptual design, through completion of construction, and interacting as the design progresses with you and your organization to give you a successful project that will meet your needs. Lammon Architects, LLP stands together with its clients through the life of your building.

By historical client contact, most of our projects have been located in the Capital District or within a three-hour radius. Our past projects have ranged in size and cost of construction from $50,000 to $12,000,000 from new buildings, renovations and additions, as well as feasibility and planning studies. Our clients have included individual private owners, construction companies and construction managers, private organizations with committees, non- for- profit and religious organizations. Many of our projects have included coordination and overview with municipal and state funding agencies.

All project concerns are addressed solely through the principals in all aspects of system design and construction detailing. The majority of our work has been acquired through our reputation and we feel we become “partners” with our clients through transmitting a sense of trust, confidence, and expertise in accomplishing our clients design goals. We believe that the smaller size of our firm allows us to personally monitor and coordinate any client project requirements, and bring the project to a successful conclusion.