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300 Brannan Street
San Francisco, CA
FENNIE+MEHL Architects is a San Francisco based firm offering expertise in design and project development of commercial, institutional, and multi-family residential developments. Founded in 1997 by principal partners, Ned Fennie ... Read full description
FENNIE+MEHL Architects is a San Francisco based firm offering expertise in design and project development of commercial, institutional, and multi-family residential developments. Founded in 1997 by principal partners, Ned Fennie and Doug Mehl, the firm has established itself as a premier architectural company with an outstanding reputation for excellence in the planning and design of both large and small scale projects. We are committed to design excellence that serves our clients at all levels.
Our broad and diverse collective experience base provides a solid depth of design expertise over an exceptionally wide range of project types. This rich accumulated experience forms the basis of a firm that is results orientated, and able to adapt quickly to an ever-changing world. Our seasoned staff from the partners on down are all client responsive and provide personalized hands-on involvement throughout each stage of every project.
As members of our local and world communities we understand our role as stewards of the environment and we are committed to developing green designs that ensure a safe and sustainable environment now and for future generations to come.
Our unique firm structure allows us to focus on design solutions, which provide the highest value to our clients. We have refined project communications to provide a smooth project delivery system where everyone looks good at the point of move-in and thereafter.
We proactively monitor the project schedule and budget throughout the design and construction stages of the project. We first ensure that the initial expectations are realistic and then constantly review the project design for opportunities to save our clients both time and money at each step in the development.