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~to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor.
~to cooperate with an agency or instrumentality with which one is not immediately connected.
Open Job Positions
We are looking for great team members! Please click here to learn more about our open positions.
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Residential Design Services — 'Pay What You Can Afford'
Bartos Architecture is pleased to offer "pay what you can afford" design services for low income residents living in the city of San Mateo.
Looking for a kitchen remodel, new roof or improved landscaping? Please call Mark Bartos at 650.350.1221 to discuss how we can assist you through the Design and Construction process.
Seeking DVBE Firms
Bartos Architecture is seeking DVBE consulting firms interested in working with us as an engineering consultant for appropriate projects.
Please call Mark Bartos at 650.340.1221
We collaborate with our clients, consultants and colleagues.
We advocate for the public, our clients, and the profession of Architecture.
We research in support of design. We believe that the best designs are discovered.
We educate our clients, the community, our profession, …and ourselves.
We make sustainability an integral a part of our practice.
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Utilized for Consultant and Client Collaboration.
We provide FTP file access to our clients and consultants via our collaboration site.
Please contact your Project Manager or Project Architect to obtain a username and password.
If you have any difficulties connecting to the collaboration server, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to access many files, or if you need to upload files to our server, you will need to use FTP.
Although most web browsers have an FTP client built-in, they are not generally compatible with our server. You may wish to download a free FTP client such as Filezilla to access the site.
Alternatively, if you are on a Windows system, you can set up a "Network Place" to access the site. This will allow you to access the collaboration site as if it were another drive on your computer.
Go to Start > My Computer, and you should find My Network Places on the left sidebar. Click that and then click on Add a network place. When Windows prompts you for the name of the FTP site, include your username in the address as follows:
For FTP access:
(See instructions at left if your browser returns a "500 Unknown Command" error)