Rowse Architects believes that every successful design project begins with a few key factors: a clear understanding of the client’s goals and objectives, a determination of site’s suitability, an appreciation of the resources available, and a realistic timeframe for designing and building.
We pride ourselves on our history of providing quality design, delivered on time and within budget. In fact, we have had many cases where the project was early and under budget.
How do we do it? Talking. Communication is the lifeblood of a project, and we ensure all team members are kept informed of deadlines, goals, work plans, and any issues that may arise. We want to hear from the building users and keep them involved in the conversation throughout the entire design process. This ongoing dialogue between all parties is how we produce a building that everyone is happy with.
Our successful architectural projects can be seen in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire. Our work focuses on the public sector including schools (K-12 and Higher Ed), police stations, fire stations, municipal and federal buildings, correctional facilities, and public housing.
Notable design work includes: National Elevator Industry Educational Program (NEIEP) in Warwick Rhode Island, U.S. Federal Building and Courthouse Restoration in Providence Rhode Island, Navy Supply Corps School & MarDet Building in Newport Rhode Island, Blackstone Valley Community Health Care in Pawtucket Rhode Island, Johnson & Wales John J. Bowen Center for Science and Innovation in Providence Rhode Island, Johnson & Wales Harborside Campus in Edgewood Rhode Island, McCoy Stadium master planning in Rhode Island, USCG District 1 architectural services, Amgen, Inc in West Greenwich Rhode Island, Federal Correctional Institution in Berlin New Hampshire, Rhode Island Statehouse restorations, and East Providence Fire Station No. 3 in Rhode Island.
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