Established in 1979, David A. Beal & Associates is a Boulder based architectural firm that has designed a wide variety of building types but currently specializes in single-family custom residences.
The principal, David A. Beal, is responsible for a project from the initial rough sketches, through the finished working drawings, and ultimately to the finished building. The quality of a finished product is greatly enhanced by the continuity that a sole proprietor can offer. His design knowledge and experience translate into a completed project that is artistic, functional, and environmentally sustainable. The most current technology available to the profession is used to facilitate the process.
Whatever the scale of the project, the firm's philosophy is to approach each design on a personal, individual basis; to direct questions to the specific needs of the client; and to set aside any preconceived notions about how the particular solution might evolve. The client's input is of critical importance in determining the direction and final resolution of each architectural challenge.
Therefore, at the beginning of the design phase, each client is asked to complete a questionnaire. This program outline is designed to help examine the client's unique needs for his/her home environment. The questionnaire assists clients in organizing and clarifying their current design wishes and in stimulating thoughts about pertinent information not yet considered.
With each project, strict attention is given not only to the particular functional needs of the owners but also to the way in which the home fits the site. The architectural treatment of the project reflects the surroundings in which it is situated and maximizes the distinctive features of the specific location.
In summary, David A. Beal & Associates offers a service that is very professional and is sensitive to the needs of the client and to the goals of the project. Every client/project is assured the special attention and support required. This attention does not stop when the drawings are finished but continues throughout the life cycle of the project.