Architects (40 companies found)

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  • CR architecture + design

    CR architecture + design (previously Cole + Russell Architects) is an employee-owned architecture firm specialized in government, commercial, education, hospitality, housing and retail design founded in 1982. Headquartered in Cincinnati with regional offices in Denver and Roanoke, Virginia, CR...
  • PWArchitects, Inc.

    PWA offers architecture, interior and sustainable design services to a wide variety of education, corporate, healthcare, government and private clients throughout Missouri and the United States.
  • Symmes Maini & McKee Associates , Inc.

  • LEA - Architects LLC

    LEA-Architects News: Established by Lawrence Enyart, FAIA, LEED AP in 1975, LEA-Architects is a nationally recognized firm headquartered in Phoenix, AZ. We focus on quality Architecture, Planning and Construction Management. Over the last three decades, LEA has designed fire stations, public safety facilities,...
  • RRM Design Group

    Fire Station and Training Facility Programming and Design : Expert services in Architecture, Planning, Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering and Surveying.
  • Hilliard Architects Inc.

    Feasibility and cost studies, design and construction administration services for new and remodeled fire stations.
  • Mitchell Associates Architects

    MITCHELL ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS is focused exclusively on emergency services, with an emphasis on fire station design. As an outgrowth of Mitchell Ross Associates, the firm co-founded by Robert Mitchell in 1992, this focus is supported by a depth of experience gained over 17 years of design,...
  • Harriman Associates

  • TCA Architecture Planning , Inc.

    Since 1960, comprehensive fire service planing and design has been TCA Architecture Planning's primary business. Our nationally recognized firm understands the fire service culture, and how this influences facility design. We believe our interactive, collaborative and operations first process...
  • Jeff Katz Architecture