What We Do

Architecture. Interior Design.
Development. Construction Services.


Architecture is a passion for both art and science. It affects the way we interact, prompts us to gather, and improves vitality. The practice of Architecture follows a path from inception to the built environment. We can put you on the right path from wherever your journey begins.


Site Investigation

Investigate the proposed site or space and review existing conditions along with historical data. Prepare a report with relevant info and highlight significant findings.

Field Surveys

Take accurate and precise measurements of the site and/or space as well as photos to produce plans and elevations for use in design.

Due Diligence

Follow a carefully crafted checklist for all project parameters, including landlord and jurisdictional requirements and fees to provide information and a list of any development impacts.

Code Analysis

Research and review all applicable codes and provide guidance on how best to meet those requirements while maintaining the ability to meet client objectives.

Feasibility Studies

Provide the client with an understanding of potential project roadblocks, pitfalls, opportunities and/or likely benefits for stakeholders.

Master Planning

Creation of a long-term strategic planning document for current plans and future development, including land uses, easements, open space, infrastructure, and building design standards.

Site Planning

Project specific site layouts including building orientation access, circulation, parking hardscape, landscape, and utility points of connection.

Board Representation

Client representation at private and governmental board meetings, hearings, presentations, and any other related instances where the client may benefit from expert representation.

Landlord Coordination

Coordination and/or creation of lease items, including landlord-tenant work letters, leases, budgets, and design review approvals.


Concept Development

From a blank sheet of paper to an existing developed brand, the concept can be created or evolved to align with and achieve client aspirations and goals.


Client objectives and project requirements are outlined and organized. The project scale and scope are defined. The balance between form and function take shape.

Schematic Design

Using the project program requirements, initial floor plan layouts/test fits, elevations and any pertinent design solutions are created.

Design Development

The schematic design is further developed to include reflected ceiling plan, roof plan, finish materials, and engineering coordination.

Signage Design

New or existing brands can benefit from architectural sign design that aligns with brand vibe and objectives. Sign concepts can then be constructed by client vendor.

Lighting Design

Lighting is one of the most important features of any project. Architectural lighting design assures that the light types and levels align with the project design intent.

Acoustic Design

Acoustic performance of any space is a requirement for occupant comfort and enjoyment. Utilizing evolving methods as well as creative solutions improve the project.

Food Service Design

From equipment selection to rough-ins or coordination with owner vendors, kitchen design should integrate seamlessly with the project.

Landscape Architecture

Further development of site plans requires careful consideration of hardscape and landscape features as well as budget requirements.


2D/3D Visualization

Whether it is for a board presentation or for client visualization, 2D and 3D renderings, including walk/fly throughs can assist with fully understanding the project design and function.

Material Boards

Physical and digital materials help to further convey the project design, look, and feel. Delivery methods can be via boards or digital renderings with material data and cost.

Construction Documents

The final product of the design phase, construction documents are developed plans, specifications, and other relevant information that contractors can price and build from. Skillfully coordinated construction documents can save time in permitting and construction as well as money.


The written portion of the construction documents that further outlines the design intent and more technical requirements. Specifications assist the builder in understanding how the project goes together.


Exceptional coordination with and management of Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Fire Engineers provides a more comprehensive, quality project delivery.

FF & E/Millwork Shops

Selection of furniture, fixtures, and equipment. Creation or review of the millwork and casework details for compliance with construction requirements.

Bid Qualification

Invitation and instruction to bidders as well as review of contractor bids for accuracy and alignment. Assuring that all contractors are bidding on the same scope creates a more accurate and precise price, allowing the client to make better decisions.

Third Party Reviews

Review of any or all phases of a project done by another designer, architect and/or engineer.. A report is created highlighting areas of concern.

QA/QC/Value Audits

Review of drawings, specs, shops, bids, and budgets for accuracy, and providing advice for better project performance or adjustments in cost and timelines.


Permits and Expediting

Submittals to authorities having jurisdiction in planning, zoning, building and health as well as utility coordination. Building a relationship with these agencies is imperative for a win-win in permitting and inspections during project construction and occupancy.

Construction Administration

Construction administration assures that the project is built in accordance with the plans and specifications through project meetings, site visits, as well as review of proposed design changes, contractor submittals, and applications for payment.

Field Observation

Site visits to observe the work can be part of construction administration or stand alone at the request of the client. Review of contractor submittals and meetings are not required.

Shop Reviews

Review of the details for any vendor or contractor shop created fixtures an/or equipment to assure compliance with the plans.

Project Closeout

Final review of construction and documents along with punch walks at substantial completion of construction assists the client with finalizing their contract with their builder and vendors.

FF&E Procurement

The bidding of, purchase of, warehousing, and delivery of furniture, fixtures, décor, items and equipment for a seamless, one-stop shop project delivery. Coordinate with client vendor on any portion of the procurement.

FF&E Installation

Hiring and/or management of contract installation vendors on the project site to assure that installation is correct and complete. Assistance with fine tuning of site furnishings.

Prototype Development

Whether it is an existing brand, or a new concept, all requisite documents and information are assembled and organized into a fully developed project package.

National Brand Roll-Out

Existing or new concept prototypes from ground-up to trade dress standards for tenant improvement and remodels are created and/or adhered to for projects built nationwide.