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Each project is a

Richard Turlington Architects, Inc. works with clients across the US and overseas, and we are incredibly grateful for each of these relationships.


Our clients range from individual homeowners to developers, corporations, and institutions, and our scope of work runs the gamut from small kitchen renovations to $250M school campuses.

Our Clients


Ansonia Highs School Clinic

Arbonies King Vlock

Arlington Retail, Poughkeepsie NY

Buchanan Architects

Beinfield Wagner Architects

CDS Construction Offices, New Haven CT

Charney Architects

Emma Willard School, Troy NY

Farnam Neighborhood House, Fairhaven CT

First Church of Christ, New Haven, CTl

Gray Organschi Architects

Griffin Hospital

Haymaker Restaurant, Poughkeepsie NY

Institute Library, New Haven CT

Jay Bright Architects

Johnson Simons Building, New Haven CT

Jonathan Wagner AIA

Leo Daly Architects LLC

Medical Oncology – Midstate Medical Unit

National University of Singapore

Newington Orthotics and Prosthetics

Newman Architects

Norwalk Hospital

Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects

Peoples United Bank, Bridgeport CT

Peter Baily Architects

Peter Cadoux Architects

Pleasant Valley Ford, Pleasant Valley NY

Pohemus Savery DaSilva Architects

Robert Wendler Architects

Saint Mary’s Hospital

Silver Hill Hospital

S/L/A/M Collabortive

Trailblazer at Mohegan Sun, Uncasville CT

Unitarian Society of New Haven, Hamden CT

University of Connecticut

University of New Haven

Vassar College Poughkeepsie NY

Vietcomb Bank

Yale University



Ruurd Leegstra

Chief Financial Officer

Silver Hill Hospital

"Over the past 15 years, Mr. Turlington made himself available to directly assist Silver Hill Hospital in completing an infrastructure renovation on a 44-acre campus in New Canaan, Connecticut. The cost to date approximates $60 million.  Richard Turlington Architects was selected by the hospital despite being one of the higher quotes among several firms.  The decision was based on Mr. Turlington’s sensitivity to the hospital’s needs and his understanding of patient care and staff satisfaction.”

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