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Emerick Architects is a Portland-based commercial and residential architecture firm founded in 2000 by principals Melody and Brian Emerick. Our mission is to create locally rooted, environmentally sensitive and thoughtfully crafted spaces, while providing a fun and collaborative experience for our clients throughout the process. From designing and building Portland's first LEED Gold home, to being entrusted to restore Portland's oldest commercial building, we take community and environmental stewardship to heart. We esteem great craftsmanship, believing that an investment in craft is an investment in quality. Preservation, sustainability and artistry are synonymous with our work. Together these ideals help us to energize our communities, protect our resources and enhance our cultural values. At Emerick Architects, we are passionate about collaboration and feel the building process should be enjoyable. Fun might not be what most architecture firms advertise, but we are not like most architecture firms. We invest a lot of time with our clients, getting to know the project, and more importantly, the people involved. Building can be stressful and intimidating, but we strive to make it easier. As leaders and collaborators, we take our job very seriously — but we don't take ourselves too seriously.

Services Provided

Custom Home, Home Restoration, New Home Construction, Infill Development, Seismic Upgrade & Historic Restoration, Multifamily Housing

Areas Served

Aloha, Beaverton, Bethany, Cedar Hills, Cedar Mill, Clackamas, Durham, Garden Home-Whitford, Gladstone, Happy Valley, Jennings Lodge, Johnson City, King City, Lake Oswego, Lents, Marylhurst, Maywood Park, Metzger, Mill Plain, Milwaukie, Minnehaha, Oak Grove, Oak Hills, Oatfield, Portland


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Business Details

Business Name

Emerick Architects

Phone Number

(503) 235-9400


321 SW Fourth Ave.
Portland, OR 97204


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