Responsible Public Architecture
Buildings designed with careful attention to aesthetics arouse and enlighten their occupants and that promotes their good health. (Robert Evans)
Public buildings are where residents conduct the “business of life,” which includes registrations, certificates, licenses, and judgments. Public buildings are bases for first responders and professionals who make sure that we have safe water and sewer services. Public buildings bring generations together and unify neighborhoods. Public servants deserve healthy and safe places to work.
Residents are always watchful for prudent use of public dollars, and governmental agencies deserve to work with architects who are focused on delivering maintainable and cost-effective services that meet user needs. At EMC2, we understand the importance of balancing project budgets and designing for high-performance operability.
We’re experienced with new construction, additions and remodels, and renovations and upgrades across all types of buildings, including offices, libraries, maintenance and operations centers, and public safety facilities. We have excellent relationships with specialty consultants, and bring them on for special systems, including technology, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil, and landscape.
Having worked with many K-12 and higher education districts across Arizona, we’re aware of the personalities and cultures of both urban and rural communities. We help clients understand how their facilities are being perceived by their constituents, and help council members and commissioners navigate the design and construction process, so they make wise spending decisions.
We help you look great in the eyes of your community’s residents.
EMC2 experience and expertise will provide a great resource for your future project.
Robert Jacobson, Support Services Director, Laveen School District