Lowney Architecture Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Lowney Architecture's estimated annual revenue is currently $11.4M per year.
- Lowney Architecture's estimated revenue per employee is $258,400
- Lowney Architecture has 44 Employees.
- Lowney Architecture grew their employee count by 16% last year.
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What Is Lowney Architecture?
Lowney Architecture is a 29-person firm providing a complete scope of architectural services. The firm is based in downtown Oakland and has been in business since 2003. The firm has grown steadily, increasing workloads and profits for each of its thirteen years. The primary markets on which the firm focuses their talents are: commercial and retail, hospitality, multi-family and civic projects. Lowney team members add their own goals of individualized design solutions, leading technology, and sustainability. Lowney Architecture is staffed to provide expertise through all phases of design and construction. Services provided include urban planning, store planning, landscape design, architectural design and visualization, construction documentation, project management, permit services, bid assistance, construction administration and LEED certification administration.keywords:N/A
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Lowney Architecture News
Architect: Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects [LOHA] ... Structural Engineer: StructureCraft (wood), Architectural Engineers ... Architect: Lowney Architecture
Moxy Oakland Downtown by Lowney Architecture (Mark Compton). Architect: Lowney Architecture Structural Engineer: DCI Engineers
N. Partners Colin Oglesbay of Dwyer/Oglesbay Architects and ... fast construction time of wood buildings would be beneficial, Lowney added.
Oakland-based Lowney Architecture hired architect Grant Chang to open the Honolulu office as its director of architecture.
For Ken Lowney, architecture is not about the glory of creating an iconic building, but about improving communities and making cities better.
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