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Chianis + Anderson Architects, PLLC was formed in the state of New York in 2001. Since that time, Chianis + Anderson Architects has grown and transformed into a full service Architectural and Interior Design firm. The firm’s leadership consists of Partners Greg A. Chianis, AIA, Todd J. Anderson, AIA and Jeffery T. Smith, AIA, NCARB.

We believe who we are is as important as what we do. Our generous number of repeat clients speaks to the strength of our relationships and the value of our reputation.

We carefully recruit and retain an energetic, imaginative staff that is remarkably devoted to the built environment and committed to every project. Guided by our Partners, we create architecture that enhances communities and improves quality of life.

Additionally, we are pleased to be able to assist our clients in moving toward a more sustainable future. We strive to be environmentally sensitive with our design. This is achieved by minimizing the negative environmental impacts of buildings with healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving architecture. We currently have LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accredited professionals on staff.

We believe our passionate pursuit of the collaborative spirit sets us apart from the rest; we hope to be partnering with you soon.


Current Opening for a Project Manager

June 1, 2018

Chianis + Anderson is searching for a motivated individual to add to its growing design team. The Project Manager is typically involved with projects from the initial inception, through the various design phases, the subsequent construction process, and ultimately Owner occupancy. In addition to required project design work, the Project Manager is also responsible for management of the Designers and Consultants assigned to the project.

The full-time position of Project Manager is a key element to the overall success of Chianis + Anderson Architects. The individual who has earned this position within the firm is typically a licensed architect, or non-registered graduate with more than ten (10) years of architectural experience and has had project management responsibility, including client contact, scheduling, budgeting, and construction document production.

With generous benefits, competitive salary, room for growth, and a positive work environment, you’ll want to join our team.

Apply today!

New Architectural Designer Hired

April 30, 2018

Chianis + Anderson Architects welcomes Ms. Therese Sullivan who has recently joined our firm as an Architectural Designer. In this position, she is responsible for the preparation of construction documents, assisting our interior design staff, field measuring, and existing building surveys. Ms. Sullivan received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Interior Architecture/Design from Marywood University.

“Increasing demand from our existing and new clients led us to expand our resources,” said Todd J. Anderson, AIA, Partner. “Therese will  be an excellent addition to a staff that is dedicated to provide quality architectural services to our clients.”

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Chianis + Anderson Architects, PLLC

Attending the NYS Healthcare Facilities Conference? Stop by our booth to say hello. ...

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It was a beautiful night for an outdoor concert! Chianis + Anderson is proud to have designed the stage for this year's event. ...

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3 months ago

Chianis + Anderson Architects, PLLC

Glad to be part of the Pops on the River revival!

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Check out POPs on the River tomorrow, July 19th at 8pm! #thetraditionreturns #25yearstoolong 🎼🎻

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Are you excited for the return of the Binghamton Philharmonic Pops on the River concert? Chianis + Anderson is proud to have designed the stage for this year's event! ...

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5 months ago

Chianis + Anderson Architects, PLLC

This week, Project Manager Caitlin Connors, taught the 5th grade girls in the STEM program at Ann G McGuinness Elementary School in UE about Architecture, including a hands on activity - they built a structure out of toothpicks and gumdrops and it had to hold a text book! ...

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