Stevens & Associates values renovation and new construction that honor the beauty and practicality of traditional design, providing both landscape and structural architecture with durability, utility, and beauty. Our process begins with a preliminary study phase to ensure we fully understand the context for the project and our client’s desires. We then move through design development, construction documents, and bidding and construction administration. Our specialties include historic preservation and restoration, historically sensitive new construction, downtown redevelopment, adaptive reuse design, institutional design, municipal design, multifamily and affordable housing, senior housing, and feasibility studies.
Landscape Architecture and Planning
Landscape Architecture is an opportunity to create places people love. At Stevens & Associates, we combine our knowledge of site planning, civil engineering, and vegetation to design spaces that enhance the built environment and work with people’s natural patterns of movement. Our services include site planning, landscape and tree assessment, stormwater design, and permitting.
Stevens & Associates offers comprehensive civil engineering services as well as environmental permitting. Our attention to detail, knowledge of historical structural components, and excellent construction documents ensure that permitting and construction go as smoothly as possible. Our services include site and stormwater design, sidewalk and roadway design, structural assessment and design, and permitting.
Stevens & Associates offers comprehensive structural engineering services. Our structural engineers work with the architects and designers from early in the process to ensure that the building design is structurally sound. We are particularly adept at historic renovation and adaptation of historic buildings to new uses.
Working with professionals in the related fields of law, engineering, architecture, an planning, Stevens & Associates offers comprehensive development services specializing in projects that are eligible for New Markets Tax Credits within walkable downtowns.