Learning By Design has released their Spring edition, and we are pleased to share that both North Mason High School and the Pierce County Skills Center – Phase III projects received Outstanding Project awards! Read more about these projects on the Learning By Design website: North Mason High School Pierce County Skills Center – Phase IIIRead More
Erickson McGovern Architects has hired Ernesto Dominguez as Architectural Designer and Scott Treber as CAD Technician. Dominguez has extensive experience managing complex architectural and construction projects, and will be working primarily on the new Performing Arts Center at Bonney Lake High School. Treber will support projects across the firm, including those for the White River School District, Sumner School District and Western State Hospital. Erickson McGovern provides architectural services with a K-12 education focus.Read More
The Ford Middle School project, which completed in September 2016, was up against tight budgets that caused some embellishments to be cut from the scope – namely a Thunderbird sign and lettering above the cafeteria that declares the space “Home of the Thunderbirds.” The Erickson McGovern project team didn’t feel like the space was complete without these finishing touches, and decided to give the school a gift. On November 12, the Home of the Thunderbirds was put into place, and...Read More
Erickson McGovern Architects (EMA) specializes in designing efficient and flexible K-12 facilities tailored to the educational vision and budget goals of schools and communities throughout Washington State. Founded in 1972, EMA is an established architectural firm of 11 professionals and has completed hundreds of educational projects.