As we approach the end of our first school year in this marvelous new space, and the completion of the total project I want to give my heartfelt thanks and congratulations to the entire network of professionals at Heimsath Architects!
Heimsath Architects’ consensus approach severely minimized the number of members who withdrew because of hurt feelings, being ‘left out’, etc. We plan to use Heimsath Architects for our Phase II construction anticipated in the future.”
The Retreat which inaugurated the conceptual design phase of our project was extremely well-planned and executed by the Heimsaths. The outcome of that retreat was a brilliantly conceived general design for construction. Consensus, based on mutual involvement and shared dreams, was their focus, and this hoped-for agreement was achieved through Heimsath Architects’ efforts.”
Over the last twenty-six years, Heimsath Architects have continued to provide AISD with quality, professionally delivered design services for the construction of new schools, classrooms and other building additions and school renovations.
~ Curtis E. Shaw, AISD
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