We’ve been asked by SunWest Credit Union to renovate their Mesa branch exterior – to make it more contemporary and welcoming. Construction should begin in late 2019. The new design will utilize the Credit Union’s standard palette of materials and the landscaping and entry area will be upgraded to a much higher standard.
Continuing our long standing relationship with National Bank of Arizona, we have been asked to update the Bank’s main conference facility at their headquarters in Phoenix. The project includes a complete redesign of the main conference room, addition of a new executive conference room, multi-function split conference room, and two small meeting rooms. The entrance
Mark Carrell, an independent consultant specializing in project redevelopment, has had a huge impact on our practice starting virtually from our beginning. Mr. Carrell has tackled projects in so many categories, it’s hard to keep track. Most recently we assisted him in the redevelopment of three very large manufactured home communities in Florida – two
In 2008 we were asked to design our first branch for FirstBank, a regional Bank based in Denver, Colorado for their expansion into Arizona. They continue to be a valued client and we’ve done projects for them in Arizona, Colorado and California. Our work for the bank consists of the design of new branches as
SPV is a developer primarily involved in the development of Flex Buildings in Phoenix and the surrounding areas. Our first project for SPV was a three phase, eight building complex totaling 156,000 square feet located in Anthem with the first phase constructed in 2004. Since then we’ve assisted with other flex type projects in north
We were given our first opportunity to work with National Bank of Arizona in 1995 and have done well over 100 projects for them since then. In addition to designing branches throughout Arizona, we have done numerous remodels in their headquarters building including a major renovation of their conference center in the headquarters in North
Mike Loven of Loven Construction Inc. – also a great client – asked us to assist his firm and his client in designing a 14,000 square foot addition to this regional hospital’s emergency department. The addition features seven treatment rooms, two trauma rooms, and a heliport above the building as many patients are flown in
Following the construction of the Hospice of the Valley building on the Mayo campus, we were fortunate enough to be asked to design a hospitality campus for patients preparing for and recovering from transplant surgery. Construction on the ten building master planned campus began in 2004 and continues today. Working on the Mayo campus is