Architecture captures our ideas, inspires our spirit, motivates and enhances our productivity, and becomes part of the fabric of our lives. At Tetra Tech, we make great design available to all who seek it.

Our architects have the skills, knowledge, and experience to help shape our communities, serve our customers, and promote a higher purpose for our buildings. We strive to realize the client’s vision in every project we undertake.

Tetra Tech's architects are committed to delivering creative and innovative solutions, maximizing resource efficiency, incorporating flexibility and sustainability, and achieving highly effective built environments. Our architects work collaboratively with our in-house engineers to integrate multi-disciplinary design solutions. The result is greater design and process efficiency, higher quality solutions, in-depth alternative analysis, reliable cost and schedule control, and rapid response to our clients’ needs and expectations.


  • Programming
  • Sustainability and resource efficiency planning
  • Facility planning
  • Design
  • Space planning
  • Interior design
  • Construction documentation and administration
  • Facility condition assessment

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