Architectural Design Services to Help You Bring Your Vision to Life

Educational and Government Design
We'll work with you to create the inspiring and functional spaces your community needs.
Healthcare Projects
We create welcoming, flexible, and efficient spaces that help you focus on the well-being of patients, staff, and administration.
Industrial Architecture
Widseth’s architects and engineers have a broad background in designing industrial buildings.
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We Design Cool Buildings

Good people who deliver great design. That's what you can expect working with our architects. We'll treat you right and we won't settle for anything less than excellence.

Our Process

01

Listen

We gather information, listen, and discuss options.

02

Design

Our multi-discipline planning, design, and engineering team discovers design solutions with our clients.

03

Build

Widseth project managers oversee the construction from bidding through construction closeout.

Our architects design just about every type of building, from schools to maintenance facilities, stadiums to museums, and everything in between.

Educational Design

Creating an environment in which students can learn is so much more than simply designing a structure. It’s about creating a sense of place, one that supports the curriculum, inspires learning, instills pride, and motivates students to excel. Most of all, it’s about designing a school in which students and faculty feel safe, comfortable, and fulfilled.

  • New school planning and design
  • Referendum support
  • New construction
  • Renovations and expansions
  • District-wide and facilities assessments
  • Mechanical system upgrades
  • Accessibility and diversity inclusive design
  • Flexible learning environments
  • Student experience design
  • Furniture, fixture, and equipment selection
  • Athletic and recreational facilities
  • Extended and community learning spaces

Government Facilities

Public entities make up a large portion of Widseth’s client base including local, municipal regional, state, and federal agencies.

  • Construction materials durability
  • Entrance/arrival visibility
  • Site location and size
  • Public access
  • Internal traffic patterns
  • Functionality and aesthetics
  • Adaptability for future renovation or expansion
  • Code requirements
  • Schedule and budget requirements

Healthcare Design

Widseth’s architects and engineers work directly with clinic doctors, hospital administration, and staff to design a functional, client-centered healthcare facility that supports the health care providers’ mission and the clients’ well-being. We develop designs that are responsive to current and future needs including:

  • Accommodate future technology and innovations
  • Design functional, client-centered healthcare facilities
  • Bariatric and inclusive design options
  • Sustainability and operational cost analysis
  • Disease control/prevention and indoor air quality

Senior Living Facilities

Widseth’s experience includes non-profit, private, and public long-term care providers and housing authorities. Our designers keep up on research and current trends in supportive, vibrant spaces and resident care. Our designers consider many issues including:

  • Disease control and prevention
  • Accessibility
  • Entry and arrival
  • Security
  • Internal traffic patterns
  • Environmental concerns
  • Creative lighting
  • Code requirements
  • Outdoor & recreational needs
  • Bariatric and inclusive design options

Industrial Architecture

Widseth’s architects and engineers have a broad background in designing industrial buildings. Our range of experience emphasizes the principle that each client’s needs are unique and each facility we design is an expression of meeting those needs which include:

  • Site adaptation
  • Traffic patterns
  • OSHA and code requirements
  • Industrial versus office space
  • Freight and packaging areas
  • Environmental controls
  • Interior and exterior lighting, daylighting
  • Security
  • Green space
  • Sustainable design features

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