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Award-Winning Private Club

HBRA-CT HOBI Award for Best New Commercial Over 2,500 sf

The Murphy Brothers Team met the significant challenge to blend additions, renovations, alterations, and upgrades to a historic structure in a manner that would seem “as if it has always been there for the last 100 years”.

- Clubhouse: (1st fl. dining room, pub room, kitchen + 2nd fl. modified women’s locker room, gym) + cover patio/outdoor dining = 17,000 sf

- Pro Shop: (1st floor + 2nd Floor) = 11,000 SF
Architect: Kenneth Nadler Architects
Interior Design: Douglas Graneto Design
Builder: Murphy Brothers Contracting

Award-Winning Office Build Out

HOBI Award: Best Mid-Size Commercial Rehab

When relocating their headquarters, Northeast Structural Steel looked to inhabit a space that would showcase its purpose of fabricating and erecting steel structures and encourage optimal workforce function. Exposing the existing structure to reveal the underlying steel assembly's intricacies highlights the steel fabricating business. From the entry through the meeting rooms, exposed steel joists and rolled beam sections are painted black, while the walls are painted white. The final design resulted in a contemporary and functional work environment for employees with an architectural nod toward the business of Northeast Structural Steel.
Architect: Dennis Noskin and Lewis & Lewis Architects
Builder: Murphy Brothers Contracting

Award-Winning Equestrian Facility

HOBI Award: Best Special Purpose Building

The Murphy Brothers team was contracted to build this exceptional private equestrian facility, constructed especially for world-class grand prix jumpers. The farm itself consists of the stable with 13 standard stalls, 2 tack stalls, 2 wash stalls, a separate muck building with quarantine stalls, a 3-bay garage, exterior jump field with a Boral rider wall, 6-paddocks, and a pump shed housing a sophisticated 60,000-gallon in- groundwater system to manage sprinklers and other fire-prevention features throughout the facility. Constructed from new sawn white oak post and beam, the main barn features 84 skylights equipped with heat and rain sensors, radiant heated floors, 2- groom’s quarters, as well as a special Riders’ Lounge.
Architect: Jones Byrne Margeotes Partners
Builder: Murphy Brothers Contracting

Award-Winning Multifamily Building

Finalist Westchester Home Builders Awards: Best Adaptive Reuse

The Playhouse Lofts project replaced a defunct crumbling Harrison Movie Theater space and parking lot with 36 housing units and retail space over parking, within a few steps of a commuter rail line. The historic retail frontage was rehabilitated for vibrant downtown service businesses.

Basic construction and mechanical systems use Passive House approaches: air-tight construction, heavy exterior insulation, advanced European windows and doors, unit by unit Energy Recovery Ventilation and heat pump conditioning, LED lighting and induction cooktops in an all-electric building. The building’s amenities, indoor air quality measures and recreation features make it the first in Westchester County to qualify for FitWel certification.
Architect: Stephen Tilly, Architect
Builder: Murphy Brothers Contracting

Award-Winning Custom Home

HOBI Award - Best Custom Home 10k-12k SF​

This 11,000 square foot residence is the centerpiece of a 13-acre working horse farm, complete with stable, indoor riding arena, grazing paddocks, run-in sheds and equipment garage with groom’s quarters. Designed in the “Shingle Style” developed in the late 19th Century by architect Stanford White, with its relaxed broken symmetry, open verandas, towers and projecting bays, this stately home is ideal for an open natural site, especially when it includes grade changes and expansive views of this working horse farm that is surrounded by its own mile-long riding trail.
Builder: Murphy Brothers Contracting

HOBI Award - Best Pool House

Builder: Murphy Brothers Contracting
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