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About Us

The president Michael A. Bet Architect, Michael A. Bet (AIA, CSI, CDT), is a licensed architect with extensive experience in architectural design, construction documents, and navigating through the complexities of municipal zoning.

Since the company's foundation in 2017, Michael A. Bet Architect has experienced rapid growth as a result of the full range of architectural services it offers to clients in both the residential and commercial sectors.

Mr. Bet's credentials include a Bachelors of Arts from Fordham University, Bachelors of Architecture from The Pratt Institute, as well as receiving a Construction Specifications Institute's Construction Documents Technologist Certification. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI).

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 Michael A. Bet (AIA, CSI, CDT)

Michael A. Bet, has more than 30 years of experience working across the design, construction, and beautification value chains, and leveraging other related and affiliated companies, such as Thyme and Place Design, Carol A. Hoernlein Civil Engineering, LTU Solutions Structural Engineering, as well as other local companies throughout the industry.

Michael's expertise and experience are applicable to projects requiring repairs and remodeling, additions, alterations, reconstruction, as well as new construction. Within local areas, Michael has extensive experience with the zoning processes of numerous municipalities in Northern NJ. 

Michael A. Bet, Architect has experience with municipalities such as the city of Hoboken, Oradell, Union City, Cliffside Park, Teaneck, Wyckoff, Hackensack, and New York City. Michael A. Bet Architects is authorized and licensed to practice in New Jersey and New York.

Michael serves as a firefighter and treasurer of the Saddle River Fire Department, sits on the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity Bergen County, and is a member of the Knights Of Columbus.

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