South Florida Architectural Firm - SRS: Architecture, Planning, Interior Designregards the creation of space from concept to actuality as one of the highest forms of human endeavor, best expressed by shepherding the skills, talents, and resources of all partnering constituents to reach a shared goal.

Think South Florida Architectural Firm - SRS: Architecture, Planning, Interior Design… Think Success.

Synalovski Romanik Saye designs spaces and places that embrace and celebrate an enhanced quality of life for the home, the workplace, and the community.

Regarded as one of Florida's foremost full-service design firms, SRS offers award-winning architectural and interior design, planning, development, construction, and contract management services. Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, the firm has successfully shepherded literally thousands of residential, commercial, academic, and public sector projects throughout the state.

SRS headquarters in Fort Lauderdale is located at the gateway to Port Everglades and Fort Lauderdale International Airport, known worldwide to international travelers. This is a poetically fitting location for SRS, since this bilingual, multi-ethnic firm is well-known as an ambassador to newcomers who aspire to create a lasting presence and make a difference in the United States.

With a branch office in Bradenton, the firm enjoys a reputation for excellence and integrity in design, and high marks for collaborative relationships with clients, professional partners and contractors, and government and community leaders throughout the State of Florida. Wherever they are built and whatever their form, all SRS projects share fundamental aspirations: to maximize sustainability and encourage stewardship of resources to satisfy today's needs and serve the future.

 
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Daniel Sicorsky-Brener

Introducing Summer Intern:
U of M Senior,
Daniel Sicorsky-Brener

A rising senior at the University of Miami School of Architecture and a beneficiary of SRS’s internship program for four years, Daniel foresees the road he wants to travel, and is preparing for it with a major in architecture and a double minor in business management and art.

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