“They worked everyday they said they would and didn’t leave early so the job was finished on time and on budget. That’s all I could ever ask for.”

R. Sullivan

"As designed, on time, on budget-doesn't get any better"

Past President, American Institute of Architects Eastern Long Island

Amado M. Ortiz AIA

“Having worked with quite a few contractors that dealt in new homes, I was pleasantly surprised with the relative ease RMR operated under. Lo and behold, that ease turned into one of the most pleasing experiences in my 71 years. These gentlemen definitely know what they’re doing and certainly made it easy for an old man to settle into a new home.”

H. McCann, Amagansett

“We started off wanting a simple kitchen and bath renovation but after we saw how quick and painless it was, the wife talked me into a complete interior floor plan. Atilla made everything run just a bit more smoothly, and that’s something I can certainly appreciate in my line of work.”

Capt. T.R. Finch, East Hampton, NY

Hamptons RMR exceeded expectations. They were on budget and finished everything in a timely manner. Very professional and helpful with their recommendations.

"A rating on AngiesList.com"

Sara Mullen - Montauk

“I can’t imagine anything going more smoothly than my interior renovation and exterior repairs did. After taking severe water damage from Sandy, we found a godsend in Atilla. There truly are silver linings.”

R. Burgoyne, Montauk

“We actually wound up only getting referrals and references from Atilla after we were impressed by his credentials online, but he made everything so simple and was so friendly, we just wanted to say thank you and give our own seal of approval!”

The Taylors of Great Neck

"They were a great company to work with. Their team approach to construction facilitated a truly collaborative environment throughout the course of the project. The design and construction of a new house is a long, usually unfamiliar and very personal experience for most homeowners. They helped greatly to make this process a smooth one. The owner is happy, I’m happy. We’ve already begun working on our next project together. I think that says it all.”

Blaze Makoid Architecture

“I’ve never had any major home renovations done on my house before, but after talking with a few of my neighbors, we decided to go with Atilla. Quick, professional and competitively priced—we knew we had the right company in Hamptons RMR.”

T. Montgomery, Sag Harbor

19 August 2005

I’m writing as an architect on behalf of Attila Ozturk (Hampton’s RMR), contractor for the renovation and rebuilding of 77 Prospect Place, in Brooklyn, a project of 18-month duration which finished in the winter of 2004. The project involved the gutting of a one-story carriage house, approximately 120 years old, and the fabrication and erection of an entirely new second floor, approximately 1200SF, built of steel. The full renovation (6500 SF) included new electrical, mechanical and structural systems, and all interior finishes, many of them custom and labor-intensive, including custom cabinetry, lime-washed plaster walls, and specialty flooring.

Despite numerous restrictions due to a tight site, aging building and impossible parking regulations, Atilla and his crew worked diligently, calmly and professionally for the duration of the job. Atilla, as the overseer of all subcontractors, ensured the proper coordination to allow us to keep schedule on a project whose parameters expanded with each client visit—one day a decision to sheath the sheetrock living room ceiling in cedar, the next the installation of a rooftop hottub.

Atilla relates to his clients with an uncommon ease, listens to their needs and desires, and follows through professionally and reassuringly. I recommend him highly to anyone seeking a conscientious contractor, and only wish he and his crew weren’t so far removed from New York City.

Sincerely, Philippe Baumann RA

We live in California and inherited a house in Sag Harbor.

In California we have barely survived a complete renovation of one home and the building of another.

Due to contractor problems neither was a happy experience. So it was with great trepidation that we undertook a cross-country renovation without an architect or designer. Somehow this time the Gods smiled on us and Atilla became our contractor.

There was much back and forth and many, many changes through it all Atilla, now known as St. Atilla was responsive caring and good natured. He kept reassuring us that what mattered was that we be happy with the results. We are. If all contractors were like Atilla the profession would be universally loved and respected.

A. Cukor, Sag Harbor