Press Release

SRS is a leader in sustainable design.

Prominent Architectural Firm Goes Green

July 5, 2012
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – Since 1988, Manuel Synalovski, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, has led and grown a successful architectural practice, designing award-winning projects in the public and private sectors and earning a well-deserved reputation for excellence and integrity.

Along with partner, Merrill Romanik, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, who joined the firm in 1992, Synalovski and associates can claim literally thousands of projects in Florida, Texas, Illinois, Connecticut, and Puerto Rico, and dozens of awards.

"Our firm has been an active leader in 'going green' for more than a decade," Synalovski said.
"As part of our responsibility to clients, we always plan for the most sustainable and energy-efficient materials, state-of-the art equipment and design elements that best fit Florida's humid and tropical climate.

Manuel Synalovski Associates LLC (MSA) comprises a multilingual professional staff of 11, representing diverse cultures and backgrounds. Services include planning, architectural design, interior design, LEED administration, and construction management. Many of the firm's projects have qualified for and been certified as LEED Silver and Gold, designations awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council for excellent stewardship of the planet's environment.

While the firm has played an integral role in shaping the building "landscape" of South Florida, with multiple projects, both public and private sector, MSA has worked throughout the state on the East and Gulf coasts, Central Florida, and as far north as Jacksonville. Most recently, the firm was recognized for Lauderhill's Municipal Complex with awards from U.S. Green Building Council, South Florida Chapter, GalaVerde 2011 Finalist, Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc., and Tilt-Up Concrete Association.

Another recent project, the Dania Beach Paul DeMaio Library, a collaborative effort between Broward County and the City of Dania Beach, resulted in the first LEED Gold facility funded by Broward County. As the initial structure in a new master-planned City Center on this site, it is the architectural prototype on which future municipal and commercial facilities may be modeled.

Current projects include renovation of Fort Lauderdale High School and expansion of Montessori Academy in Pembroke Pines.