A Developer’s Architect
Humphreys & Partners is a “developer’s architect”, understanding the economies, critical aspects and general goals of development within a specific project budget. Our professionals understand the important factors to keep in mind, including land costs, pro forma requirements, timelines and communication. We focus on creating new and innovative building forms and layouts that maximize efficiency and help to outperform competing buildings and projects, regardless of market conditions.
Full Service Firm
HPA is a full service firm offering services ranging from land planning to schematic design, entitlements, construction documents, permitting assistance and construction administration.
Our designers and project managers work to create buildings that are the best solution for both the client and specific project location. Designs must be efficient, but must also achieve a design aesthetic that will be appealing. We thrive on being problem solvers – searching out design solutions in locations and markets where the numbers would not normally work. Our special attention to efficient design has helped to save our clients millions of dollars, in up-front expenditures as well as over the life cycle of the building(s), creating opportunity for greater profits.
Our personnel, which provides us with strong depth of experience, is our greatest asset. We are team players and enjoy working and coordinating with consultants, owners and general contractors that share this same attitude. Design and production teams work together to execute project tasks effectively and on time. Many of our professionals are long term employees who care about doing the right thing, often building and maintaining lasting relationships with clients, many lasting since our beginnings in 1991.
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