St Louis, MO Architects and Building Designers
- 13735 Lakefront Drive Earth CityMO63045
E.J. Welch is a flooring distributor, catering to dealers, contractors, architect, design professionals, and the installation trade, since 1962.
- Saint LouisMO63112
St. Louis Design Alliance was incorporated in 1977 and has been under present ownership since 1982. Our experienced professional staff is composed exclusively of individuals holding architectural degrees. In order to maintain continuity and consistency all projects are assigned to one of our teams in the office from start to finish. The size and depth of our staff allows us to maintain production schedules even on substantial projects but without the cumbersome management layers typically associated with larger firms. Since the 1980’s our client’s projects have frequently taken us outside of the St. Louis metro to locations throughout the United States. We are presently registered in more than fourteen states across the country. We are proud that our resume includes a long-term relationship with several clients.
- St. LouisMO63126
We offer INDEPENDENT Professional Preconstruction Services including Estimating & Scheduling. We offer the probable Construction Cost for all phases of the design process, We are a Construction Cost Service. We are not Design professionals, we are not Contractors.
- 6201 West Main Street MaryvilleIL62062
Environs Architects/Planners was established in 1985 in Collinsville, Illinois to provide professional architectural design services using current production technology available through computer aided design and drafting systems to meet clients demands. Commissions in Illinois, Missouri and other states have continued to increase the demands on the firms capacity and fostered a pattern of steady growth. As the sole proprietor, Mr. Sapp is personally involved in each project commissioned for service from the point of contact with the client through the project closeout. Today the firm is striving eagerly to serve the varying needs of its clients while stressing the importance of Value Architecture. Fulfilling the goals of the service oriented business of an architectural practice requires a thorough understanding of the client’s needs. Whatever the function each building must provide, clients expectations are clarified through discussions, questions and honest communications. Focus is maintained on the client’s goals through personal service and by monitoring the project at every stage from programming through construction. When the work that has been contracted is complete, we will, together with the client, evaluate the results.