Client Relationships

Our Wheelhouse

Our

BR&P has provided design and consulting services for a wide variety of projects for both public and private clients. We still do, and wouldn’t have it any other way. But, when people ask us what we specialize in, what we’re known for, and where we are especially qualified, this is what we would say. Hospitality. […]

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Digging in to Dirty Jobs.

Digging

Other architects may turn them away or refer them to someone else, but we dig in. Dirty jobs are often rough around the edges and some dust may be stirred up in the process. Our team is eager to step in and help and provide consulting architecture, structural engineering and planning services on these often-unglamorous […]

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Why we do what we do the way we do it.

It’s simple really. We want our clients’ projects to be the best they can be. We want our clients to get the greatest value for their money, and have a building that will endure. So, what’s different about what we do? Details Walls and roofs – every building has them, but they aren’t all created […]

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35 Years Is Just The Beginning

35

Since Geoffrey Butler, AIA founded the firm in May 1978, the firm has amassed numerous design awards, national industry rankings as a top design firm, and recognition as a leader in the local business economy. This month marks the 35th anniversary of Butler, Rosenbury & Partners, and business is prospering. May has already proved to […]

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Every project matters.

Every

Recently we received this message:  “I appreciate the diligence that BR&P applies to small projects like this. It is refreshing to know that this owner is getting the same level of service that you provide to all of your clients. It certainly makes my job easier.” For nearly 35 years we have approached each project […]

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Look at Downturn as Time to Improve Business

by Geoffrey Butler, AIA

It’s no secret that we are in a recession unlike any faced by today’s leaders. I have been in the architecture profession for 40 years, leading a firm for 31 years.   I have never seen this type of business environment, which leaves many shops asking what we’re to do when the work slows.  The […]

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It’s My Money

by Geoffrey Butler, AIA

It isn’t normal. I’m not even sure it is healthy. None the less, I have always faced every decision and recommendation I make with the idea that “it’s my money.” It usually isn’t. As an architect, we are out there spending OPM (other people’s money) constantly. If you look at your personal wealth and income […]

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