Multiple fire trucks parked in bays at the Mount Horeb safety building


A dais faces rows of tables and chairs, backed by arched windows and topped off with a stained glass skylight, in the council chamber at Sheboygan City Hall

Our clients

serving your community

From essential services to spaces that bring your community together, we’ve supported dozens of municipalities and other public clients.

celebrating your civic spirit

Our civic work showcases our deep familiarity with public partners, including your unique requirements for safety, ease of use, accessibility, and stewardship.

Whether your next project is a library, fire station, courthouse, or city hall, we’ll work with you every step of the way and find the best solution to serve your community.

We know that your civic buildings are visible and tangible elements of your services. We’ll make sure your next project adapts to your needs and embodies your civic spirit.

Main entrance with flag pole

Designing for the future

leading sustainable design

As architects for what will be the first net zero public safety building in the region, we know what’s possible in making municipal buildings more sustainable. It’s an investment that’s within reach for even public entities – one that will pay dividends for decades.

Sustainable design is embedded in our practice because of the layers of cost savings, efficiency, and environmental benefits. No matter what your sustainability goals are, we’ll partner with you and explore the ways to reach them.

case study

mixed-use safety facilities

Fire Chief Jenny Minter, Police Detective Jennifer Schaaf, and Architect Chris Eger discuss the story behind the Mount Horeb Area Public Safety Building and share considerations and solutions for effective mixed-use safety buildings.

let’s get
to work

No question is too big – or too small – for our team. We’ve been helping communities inspire and grow since 1962, and we’d love to partner with you as you build your community’s future.