Architecture and Building Design
Actively listen, then design.
To uncover these characteristics, our approach to every partnership regardless of project type remains the same: Actively listen, then design. We are your partners in every sense – working collaboratively and transparently to uncover the perfect design for your needs.
As a multidisciplined organization spanning 800+ employee-owners, our architects work closely with SEH engineers, planners, scientists and environmental specialists to understand the full picture of your needs, explore practical and innovative opportunities, then go to work to provide you with the desired and deserved return on investment.
- Municipal Architecture
- Transit/Public Transportation Architecture
- Food service/retail
- Food warehousing/distribution
- Business parks and offices
- Hotels, hospitality and resorts
- Training facilities
- Parks and recreation; trail design
- Hazardous occupancies
- Public transit and transportation
- Landscape architecture
- Land development planning and housing
- Modular housing
- Adaptive reuse
- Historic renovation/preservation
Balancing function, value and community spirit.
We work with municipal clients to design valuable structures that enhance the community.
Our LEED-accredited architects work alongside engineers, many of whom have experience as city engineers. As a result, we partner seamlessly with municipalities and understand how to deliver smart, sustainable and productive municipal buildings.
- Fire stations
- Police stations
- U.S. government buildings
- U.S. Military buildings
Transit/Public Transportation Architecture
We plan and design transportation and transit architecture that increases safety, functionality, and improves user experience.
Our experience includes bus transfer stations, parking structures, park and ride facilities, light rail/commuter rail stations, transit oriented development, public transportation planning and more.
- Bus transfer stations
- Parking structures
- Park and ride facilities
- Light rail/commuter rail stations
- Public transportation planning
- Transit-oriented development