The Christmas holiday is upon us. That means shopping, traveling, spending time with family, and designing and building gingerbread houses. Read More
Salt Lake City’s 9th & 9th Neighborhood, where our Utah team spends each day as a local business, is considered one of metropolitan areas most unique and desirable neighborhoods. The area is so named because at its center is the intersection of 900 East and 900 South (900 South was recently dedicated and renamed “Harvey Milk Boulevard”).
The Aliante Animal Hospital was recently featured in Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada’s, CMU Profiles in Architecture. The publication recognizes projects which incorporate the use of concrete masonry units in their design. Read More
We hope everyone enjoyed their Halloween and is recovering from their sugar binge and candy hangover. While there has been some water cooler talk around the SH office today regarding a rigged costume contest, you can see from the photos that everyone had a great time dressing up.
Why the heck do I need an architect for this? I have heard this brand of question quite often as I work with clients in all types of fields. It is a valid question! The question, I believe, stems from a desire to be cost effective; after all who doesn’t want to keep money in their own pocket? Still, this is the type of question that deserves a response – why the heck do YOU need an architect for that? I will attempt to address these issues as they apply to each of our major market sectors – I would love to hear your feedback!