WANT SOME ADVICE – ASK US A QUESTION
We’ll get you started down the right path.
Anything project related like blast resistance, human factors, building codes, project/ FEL process, costs, project management, current obstacles, goals, etc.
Smith LaRock Architecture (SLA) completed the design of a two story control building for our west coast marine oil terminal. As design lead for the control building, SLA served as the architect of record and was also responsible for the structural, mechanical, and electrical design aspects of the building. SLA facilitated open and effective communication between the multiple engineering firms involved and delivered an aesthetically pleasing and functional design. Their support continued throughout the construction phase with timely resolution to technical inquiries being the norm. SLA easily met all expectations placed upon them and was a key contributor to the successful delivery of the new facility. This was, by the way, entirely expected as we do have a history with SLA: This is the third building they have successfully designed for our site. SLA is a trusted company with an established track record that continues to demonstrate expertise in their field and the ability to deliver a high quality product. I would not hesitate to use SLA for future projects and highly recommend their services.Andeavor
The quality of your service is top of the line. I enjoy working with Smith LaRock Architecture PC; the coordination with your company is seamless and you’re always on top of the situation. We would not hesitate teaming up with your company again.Magna Engineering
Mike Smith is the most knowledgeable architect in the control room business. His work is the best in the industry. He has a firm grasp of the ergonomic requirements and the functional needs of operators. His designs are practical as well as attractive. I have found Smith LaRock easy to work with and always very accommodating. I would recommend him. Top qualities: Great Results, Personable, Expert.User Centered Design Services