With offices in Orem, Utah and Elko, Nevada, Brower & Associates supplies experienced architectural serivces for Northern Utah and Northern Nevada. Current projects include commercial projects, multi-family housing, church buildings, residences and casinos. During the Middle Ages, the master builder was both the designer and builder.
|Address||401 Railroad Strt # M|
|Phone Number||(775) 738-1580|
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Whether you're about to expand your current facility, adapt an existing structure to a new use, or construct an entirely new building, your building project represents a major investment that will affect the productivity and efficiency of your organization for years. Smart decision-makers know the way to maximize such an investment begins with consulting an architect. Architects have the education, training, experience and vision to maximize your construction dollar and ease the entire design and construction process.
Institutional work by Brower & Associates includes health clinics, hospitals, medical and dental offices and nursing facilities. Brower & Associates has designed facilities in Utah (Beaver, Fountain Green, Orem) and Montana. The family clinic in Fountain Green, Utah was designed for the Central Valley Hospital of Nephi. It provides local medical care, including X-Ray, for residents in western Sanpete county. A nursing wing for the Beaver Valley Hospital was designed and built. Near Missoula, Montana, a long-term retirement community, with condos, assisted care facilities, a nursing home, medical offices and community center was designed.
Over the years, Brower & Associates has designed many custom homes for clients, such as the WordPerfect officials, doctors, dentists and many others. Smaller homes, tract homes and apartments have also been done. Having a highly-qualified professional designing your home saves you, the owner, time and money. Time is saved my reducing questions on the drawings and confusion during construction. Money is saved because sub-contractors have fewer unanswered questions on the drawings, allowing them to submit lower bids to the general contractor.