Excellence in architecture requires an architect with the experience, vision, and understanding of the building process as a whole. The firm of Christine M. Dayton Architect, P.A. has this expertise. Our design team creates quality building projects that meet the specific needs of each individual client. Working with residential and commercial projects, whether new construction, additions/renovations or historic restoration, our team is both highly experienced and dependable with over 21 years of experience.
Our team takes pride in producing buildings that are not only aesthetically pleasing and compatible with the surrounding community, but functional, within budget, and delivered on time. Licensed in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia, Christine serves both public and private clients. Her experience working within different jurisdictions, locations, states, geographic areas, climates, and her broad experience in building types, construction techniques, and restoration methods allow her to meet each project's needs and produce clear documentation for the builder's use.
Active listening is our greatest tool. We listen closely and carefully to our clients. Sometimes clients know exactly what they want and we deliver on those hopes and desires. Sometimes clients need a little help nurturing an inspiration into a full-fledged design. By patiently asking the right questions and offering suggestions, together with our clients, we make dreams come true. We look forward to having the opportunity to transform your dreams into reality!
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Barn Design & Construction, Building Design, Custom Homes, Deck Design, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Remodeling, Home Restoration, New Home Construction, Pool House Design & Construction, Commercial Space Planning, Guest Houses & Accessory Structures
Cordova, Easton, Neavitt, Newcomb, Oxford, Royal Oak, Saint Michaels, Trappe, Cambridge, Anne Arundel County, Ocean City
University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelor of Science in Architecture Degree
MHT 2004 Preservation Award