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What We Do


Architectural Design

Through a collaborative effort we work with owners and users to create projects that exceed their goals. Using the valuable information we get from our stakeholder meetings, we manage all phases of design from schematics, to design development, and finally through construction documents. Our team is fluent in the latest cutting-edge design technology.

Project Management

Our comprehensive approach to ensuring successful project completion includes project planning, definition of project expectations, and monitoring throughout design and project delivery. Our principles use their combined 65+ years of experience to see that each detail is executed to our clients' satisfaction.


Master Planning

We specialize in a planning process that includes public meetings, stakeholder participation, programming, design and cost estimating. Physical and spatial requirements are addressed, as well as social and economic needs of the community, to render artful design compositions that consider present and future uses. Our objective is to enhance the world we live in.  

Interior Design

Our approach to interior design marries visually compelling elements with structural codes and regulations, resulting in spaces that invite! Color, texture, acoustics, and lighting are simply the base elements to create a design that welcomes people in and keeps them safe. 


ADA Design

We want for our completed projects to be universally accessible for the enjoyment of all. We have specialized in accessibility codes since their implementation in 1992 and have been forerunners in the industry, in new buildings, renovation projects, and exterior public spaces.


We see the programming phase of a project as a collaborative opportunity to learn about the client's goals and dreams for the style and functionality of their space, as well as the opportunity to build a relationship of open communication.


Building Assessment

When we survey a building for future renovation, we not only look at it with eyes for repairing building systems, but also to improve the use of the building by enhancing spatial layouts to create more inviting and usable places. 

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