Introduction
Firm Foundation
Services
Partnerships + Affiliations
The past is often the foundation for a successful future. Past experience both informs our decisions and fertilizes the seeds of new ideas. Prosser Architects cherishes the past but we know that the conditions we confront today, force us to consider and embrace that which will shape our future. Where we have been is less important to our clients than where we might be going – with them.
History Carpenters and craftsmen fill the ranks of the Prosser ancestors. At five years old, Paul Prosser carved streets and cul-de-sacs in the small dirt pile outside the family home, using Tonka™ Trucks with his younger brother. That history and ancestry are the firm foundation upon which Prosser Architects was formed in 1994. After 10 years as a solo practice, the company has grown over the years to include other in-house professionals and maintains long-term relationships with many consulting professionals.
Practice The hallmarks of our practice are personal service to our clients, constant communication, practical constructability in our projects and designs tailored to fit the client’s needs. In every project we strive to satisfy the time and budget criteria and maximize the potential of the project site and building.
Goals Our goals are to develop long-term relationships with clients, design high quality projects and serve the needs of the community at large. We focus on design solutions that meet challenges directly and intelligently.
Input From users, consultants, contractors and manufacturers and on to local agencies and municipalities that affect the development of our designs, we listen to as many voices as practical to make the best design decisions possible for our clients.
Community Concerns As all good stewards of resources must, we are focusing our efforts on design techniques, construction materials, principles and practices that reduce the use of our world’s limited resources as well as our clients. We have joined the many professionals who make up the US Green Building Council in an effort to stay informed and to collaborate with like-minded peers.
Paul Prosser, LEED AP