DESIGNED TO BUILD
1920 Fort Bragg Road, Fayetteville, NC 28303 Directions
'Designed To Build' is a full-service architectural firm helping North and South Carolina. Andrew Privette is the principal architect of the firm. The firm provides competitive construction document packages tailored to each customer. They are experienced, ranging from historic preservation to new construction. They can accelerate the production of drawings and specifications. The firm provides every project, aiming to create the best solution that meets your specific needs.
Sustainable Design, Religious, Office, Medical and Dental, Residential, Commercial, Master Planning, Urban Design and Historic Preservation, Private Educational Facilities & Multi-Family Projects
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KUENZEL ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
207 Bradford Avenue, Fayetteville, NC 28301 Directions
Kuenzel Architecture & Design was established in 2005. Chris Kuenzel and Nasim Kuenzel is the Principal of the KA&D. They endeavor for a balance between the historical references of the past and reinterpretations of modernist philosophy. Their primary goal of design is to build a positive statement and reinforce a non-linear view of their world to give to humanity and the quality of life through the built atmosphere and the art of architecture.
Single and Multi-Family Residential, Senior Living Communities, Hotels, Mixed-Use, Civic, New Home Construction, Project Management, Feasibility Studies, Commercial, Planning, Architectural Design, Construction Administration and Documentation, Religious Projects, Office, Restaurant & Retail Projects
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GORDON JOHNSON ARCHITECTURE
654 Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC 38301 Directions
Gordon Johnson Architecture is one of the architectural firms in Fayetteville, NC. They provide residential design services, and they specialize in the traditional architecture of various historic periods. The firm is experienced in additions/renovations, new structures, and historic restoration with construction within your budget. They use of CAD design in engineering, architecture, and facility management depends on giving graphic information. The most successful designs are typically those that achieve their delightfulness with minimal need for detail.
Construction Documentation and Contract Administration, Education, Permit Procurement, Negotiation, Master Planning, Programming, Measured Drawings, Design, Cultural, Specifications, Industrial, Budgeting, Bidding, Office, Medical, Residential, Religious, Retail & Recreation