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    TONY JOHNSON, ARCHITECT

    Tony Johnson is a graduate of North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Environmental Design (1981) and a Bachelor of Architecture (1983). He has been a North Carolina Registered Architect since 1985. Tony worked for 7 years with D.W. Wolfe and Associates in Raleigh, NC as an intern and project architect. For 4 years, he worked with Federated National Inc., a hotel and resort development company with offices in State College, Pa. and Stafford, Va. There he was project manager for the renovation of the Toftrees Hotel and Resort in State College as well as several hotel and apartment building renovation projects throughout the northeastern US. Tony returned to North Carolina in 1992 and established his own architectural practice. In over 22 years, he has completed design on several hundred projects of varied types and sizes. He has served on the Town of Knightdale Architectural Review Board, the Town of Knightdale Unified Development Ordinance Steering Committee and the Town of Clayton Downtown Architectural Design Guidelines Committee. To see what our clients have to say about us, view the “Testimonials” page by clicking here.

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    McClentic Design

    McClentic Design traces it roots all the way back to the early 90's when after a layoff Doug McClentic started taking in freelance drafting assignments while in Architecture school. Upon graduation that freelance work laid the foundation for McClentic Architectural Design. With the economy booming and small projects in abundance Doug took on projects while maintaining a full time position at a large Boston Architectural firm and in 2002 he was to strike out on his own full time. Building on a base of numerous residential projects McClentic Design expanded into the commercial market with projects that included commercial office space, restaurants and larger scale residential projects. In 2006 with the residential real estate market starting its down turn Doug was forced to seek work with another firm. This seemed like a step backwards but ended up being a time where he was able to expand his experience to include high rise building design. Doug managed the design and construction drawings for two high rise buildings in CT along with projects in Jordan and China. In July of 2009 Doug was laid off and McClentic Architectural Design, now as McClentic Design once again came to the fore front with the intention of moving headlong into the future.

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    RGG Architects

    RGG Architects has provided planning, programming, and architectural design services for educational, medical and institutional clients since 1987, when the office was founded by principal Richard Grogan. The firm has an extensive background in complex renovation projects. Many of these projects have included accommodating specialized equipment for medical imaging, neuroscientific testing, and basic laboratory needs. A large number of our projects are renovations to existing institutional facilities. These renovations have required extensive field work to coordinate new construction with existing conditions. During the planning and design phase of projects, we focus strongly on the processes required for construction. These processes include project phasing, preordering of materials (when possible), and consideration of any special logistical needs of the client. The majority of our services have been provided to repeat clients including Duke University, Duke University Medical Center, VA Medical Center, North Carolina State University, and UNC Chapel Hill. We have a reputation with our clients for controlling and adhering to budgets and schedules. We have extensive experience working with local and state code officials. We routinely work with North Carolina Department of Insurance, North Carolina Division of Facility Services, and other state agencies which may be instrumental in early phases of the project, when concepts and issues are being defined. During the construction process we emphasize communication between the designer, contractor, and owner. Weekly progress meetings are normally held to review the schedule and monitor the progress of the construction.

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    Smith Sinnett Architecture

    Smith Sinnett Architecture is a Raleigh-based architecture and planning firm. For over forty years, we’ve handled a diverse range of complex, multi-use building projects. We are dedicated to delivering comprehensive services of the highest quality while designing building environments with recognized and proven value.

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    MHAworks Architecture

    MHAworks is a commercial architecture firm serving clients in North Carolina from offices in Durham, Greenville, Pittsboro, and Asheville. Founded in 1988 by Michael J. Hining, AIA, the firm provides architecture, interior design, and planning services. MHAworks approaches each project committed to adhering to the specifics of our client’s site, program, aesthetic, functional and financial criteria. OUR DESIGN STUDIOS: Workplace Multi-Family Housing/Mixed Use Worship Science and Technology/Industrial Healthcare Government Education Historic Restoration

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    tonic design | tonic construction

    Our intention is to make buildings that last and heighten the daily experiences of our clients. We strive to contribute to our place and to promote the significance of thoughtful and intentional design in our community. Design does matter. We are a full service, award winning, architecture practice, led by partners Katherine Hogan and Vincent Petrarca, striving for the highest level of quality. We value a collaborative process where all voices – clients, interns, trades, consultants – are heard. Our goal, our service, is to present high quality options (lateral thinking) so our clients can make informed choices and craft their spaces and details based on their values and situation. The journey from an idea to its realization as a built form is unclear in the beginning of a project, but through meetings, passion and shared experiences with our clients we discover an authentic architecture together. Our portfolio of work shares similar traits, but each project is very different. We are inspired that each unique vision of our clients is the catalyst for change and variation in our work. Clients bring new possibilities; clients make us see things differently. In our work, through design and on site, construction becomes a valuable filter for our architecture. Working ‘backwards’ is our methodology, having an understanding of how buildings are constructed can be a valuable influence for how we design. Our projects come from many contributors, both thinkers and makers. We perceive the realization of a project, from drawing to construction, as our craft — a continuous search and refinement through process. tonic design | tonic construction info@tonic-design.com the professional building 127 w. hargett street, suite 704 raleigh, nc 27601 919 793 5063

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    Oakley Collier Architects

    Oakley Collier Architects

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    RALEIGH DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE

    RALEIGH DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE

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    VINES ARCHITECTURE

    VINES ARCHITECTURE RALEIGH, NC

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    Gontram Architecture, Inc

    Gontram Architecture, Inc

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