24 arquitectos en Bristol, VA
- 613 E Elk Ave ElizabethtonTN3764350505
The architects at Reedy and Sykes want to help you succeed not only in designing the structure you think you need, but in achieving the emotional response that you imagined having when you developed the idea for a particular project. We consider function and quality of materials and form, and actual planned usage of space. This is much headier than mere discussion of walls and windows placement, and the results are exciting opportunities to let you prioritize what is truly important to you and your mission. Reedy and Sykes Architecture and Design believes every building it designs should exhibit exceptional performance, durability, beauty, and sustainability in design and construction. Although the program dictates the extent to which this ideal is practicable, this is the high standard set for every project. The architects at Reedy and Sykes assume that the customer desires these same qualities in their finished product as well as a good return on investment; and value added for design and support services throughout all phases of construction. The client/designer relationship hinges on effective communication, and Reedy and Sykes architects begin each project listening carefully to what you say you want your building to be and do.
- 112 E Myrtle Ave. 105Johnson CityTN37601
Rothe Architecture is a multi-discipline architecture and design firm in Northeast Tennessee. Uwe Rothe is an award winning architect with 40 years of experience. Rothe Architecture has a deep commitment to architecture that achieves an honesty of place, history, culture, and craft.
At Peyton Boys Architect PC, a full service architectural firm located in Abingdon, Virginia, we bring our experience to a wide range of project types. Formerly known as McKinney-Boyd Architects, we have since our founding in 1989 designed a variety of museums, performing arts venues, college buildings, health care facilities, offices, churches and private residences.
- Johnson CityTN37601
Uwe Rothe has pioneered Critical Regionalism in the Southern Appalachian Highlands. His designs reflect his covenant with nature: A deep commitment to architecture that achieves an honest of place, history, culture, and craft. while also sustaining natural resources. Our architectural work is at one with nature, balancing minimal disturbances to the natural site, with an emphasis on sustainable landscape design through innovative storm water detention and absorption techniques. The structures emphasize privacy rather than visibility, symbiosis with site rather than forced impact, and respect of natural materials and of passive design in a vernacular of local culture. We mold the constituent facts and principles of critical regionalism design into building forms that are configured so that our users may live, play, eat, worship, and work in a nurturing and low-stress man-made environment. While being reliable and highly livable, and while emphasizing the aesthetics, our buildings consume less energy to operate. Our work celebrates and protects the unique differences of the mountain ecosystems, cultural and social needs, tradition and economy. We have integrated active and passive solar designs, evolved impacting aspects of sustainable design and developed new methodologies of materials in a regional framework.
Welcome to Thompson & Litton “Firms don’t design projects; people do.” Established in 1956 by William A. Thompson, Jr. and John W. Litton, this belief was instilled more than 50 years ago, and is still apparent by the professionalism you will find with each Thompson & Litton employee. We take great pride in housing a staff capable of delivering superior service to all of our clients. From our original staff of seven, we have grown to over 100 employees in six offices, offering an array of engineering, architectural, surveying, planning and construction services. By focusing on the future, we provide our clients with creative solutions with an emphasis on the world around us. Today, we serve our five-state Mid-Atlantic client base from offices in Wise, Radford, Tazewell, Chilhowie, and in Mosheim and Bristol, Tennessee, with a professional and support staff of architects, engineers, surveyors, land-use planners, construction administrators, grant/financing specialists, and other support personnel. Every project we work on is handled with integrity, insight and innovation. Thompson & Litton, Inc. ensures nondiscrimination in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you need more information of special assistance for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, contact our Human Resources department at (276) 328-2161.
- 1216 N. Main Street MarionVA24354
The Cameron L. Wolfe, Jr., AIA Team is a collaboration of experienced design professionals with the necessary qualifications, experience and ambition to complete the most any A/E project on time, within budget, and most important to the satisfaction of our clients. Principal architect, Mr. Cameron L. Wolfe, Jr., AIA, NCARB, leads the Cameron L. Wolfe, Jr. AIA Team. Mr. Wolfe is a 1970 graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University with a Bachelor Degree in Architecture. He is a registered member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB) and a corporate member of the American Institute of Architects (A.I.A.). Mr. Wolfe is a registered architect in the States of Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Rhode Island.