From zoos to city halls, Hasenstab designs facilities that enhance the community
Not all architecture firms are granted the privilege Hasenstab Architects has enjoyed. Designing for municipal facilities, entrepreneurial/makerspace centers, restaurants, and even zoos, and seeing how they impact the communities where they are located, is a rewarding experience. A new fire station increases safety. Helping plan and design administration buildings improves and enhances city operations and services. Makerspaces create new ideas and businesses. Zoos entertain, educate, and create awareness for the public.
Designing and building new spaces is a complex process involving building codes, zoning laws, and design decisions. Hasenstab Architects has designed thousands of new builds or renovations, and not one of them is the same. We have the discipline, practice, and vision to guide you through the entire pre-planning, planning, budgeting, design, spec, estimating, and construction process.
Our four decades of experience allows us to approach projects from the big picture while keeping in view every last detail of a project. We understand that it’s the fine details that bring to life your vision and that create spaces that will connect with those who work, live, worship, attend, patron, or otherwise use them.
Whether you are renovating or planning an addition or new build, an excellent architecture firm will help keep a project on schedule and on budget, making the process easier and more successful.
Hasenstab Architects’ planning process is designed to capture your vision and identify your key success factors. Our goal is to be as efficient and economical as possible, so we remain in constant contact with our clients throughout the entire process.
Whether you need a refresh, a new building, or insight into planning a future project, our architecture firm has the expertise to help. Hasenstab will assemble the right team based on your needs. Please email us or contact us online to learn more about how our design can enhance your community.