Serving Mid-Michigan and the Lakeshore

  We are celebrating our 28th year in 2019! During that time, we've served hundreds of clients with thousands of pages of drawings and can point out hundreds of projects all over Michigan that we've worked on. In May 2019, we are moving to Grand Haven to serve the Lakeshore and Mid-Michigan.  We had planned to wait until retirement to move to GH but since most work is done in the office or online, it is practical to continue to serve Mid-Michigan. Since family is there, I plan to be in the Lansing area as needed, probably once per week. Drawings can be printed locally or sealed and sent overnight when needed.

We, I actually (one man firm and like it that way) can turn around projects quickly and accurately for your tenant build-outs and white boxes. I prefer to work with your contractors or just provide architectural drawings and let your subs submit their own drawings for permits. No specs, no schedules, no BIM, No LEED, no suits or ties, just what you need to get the project built.

I also provide overall and tenant area drawings of your properties that you can use in your websites, for exhibits and for quicker turnaround once the LOI has been signed.

I also provide "impartial third party" area verification using BOMA standards.

As a licensed Architect in the State of Michigan, I have  prepared documents for all types of commercial buildings including industrial, fire departments, convenience stores, restaurants, coffee shops, ice cream shops, medical buildings, veterinarian hospitals.

As your Architect:

We will listen to your needs and desires, put them on paper, help you select competent contractors, act on your behalf during construction and put you into a building or tenant space that is functional, cost effective, efficient and attractive...for a reasonable fee.

We promise to:

- operate honestly, fairly, truthfully with accurate record keeping.

- actively listen, take notes and make sure your needs and desires are included in each revision and in the final project.

- be prepared, show up on time with a scale, tracing paper, tape measure and a note pad.

- continually learn, attend seminars, read trade magazines and regularly visit jobsites to watch and talk with tradesmen to find out how a building goes together. We get our hands dirty.
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