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In a unique partnership with the Campbell Union High School District, Bartos Architecture has lead an alliance of Designers, Manufacturers and Builders in a Public Contract Code 4271 negotiated agreement for electrical power generation.
Bartos Architecture conceived of, designed and has procured DSA Pre-Check (PC) approval of a Modular Solar Canopy system for the generation of and distribution of electrical power. By having key components factory fabricated and placed and installed on site, both issues of quality and price savings have been addressed.
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
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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.
Our office is located it the Bayshore Commons Business Park in San Mateo, adjacent to the Marriott · San Mateo hotel, and near Trader Joe's. By foot accessibility can be achieved along southbound Delaware Street (then left eastbound on Concar Drive, then left on Grant Street) or Grant Street from downtown San Mateo. About a good half hour walk.
The path by bike is the same as by foot, or by train (see train directions below). You can park and lock your bike in the designated areas at the business park, or simply bring it up to our office.
The Sam Trans ECR (El Camino Real) bus, then the local 142 bus will drop you off at Hayward Park train stop. It's only a ½-mile walk after that along Concar Drive to
If taking Caltrain, get off at Hayward Park stop (Hayward Park is the San Mateo neighborhood). Walk eastbound on Concar Drive then left on Grant Street.
Additionally, there is the San Mateo·Norfolk Shuttle from Hillsdale Caltrain station (just one stop south from Hayward Park). This service has a route to the surrounding business parks, including ours at Bayshore Commons, and is available most days, except holidays and weekends. Click here for a shuttle route schedule and map.
From north or south 101: Westbound Hwy. 92 / take Delaware Street exit / right on Concar Drive / left on Grant Street.
From north or south 280: Eastbound Hwy. 92 / take Delaware Street exit / left on Delaware Street / right on Concar Drive / left on Grant Street.
From East Bay: Westbound on San Mateo Bridge (which becomes Hwy. 92) / take Delaware Street exit / right on Concar Drive / left on Grant Street.
Businesses we recommend stopping by while you're here...
Located in the heart of the Bayshore Commons Business Park, the Grapevine Café is known for its breakfasts and lunch wraps. They also proudly serve Starbucks Coffee all day long.
Bartos Architecture, Inc.
1730 S. Amphlett Boulevard, Suite 225
San Mateo, California 94402
Our walkscore is 71 (If you believe in those things...).
We are a bit doubtful of the real value of the walk score. It appears that the score looks for major businesses (chain stores and franchises) or businesses with a web presence. Thus the score doesn't seem to take in to account many small locally owned businesses.
The bottom line for us is how we decide to live. Check out our Localism page.