Sandvick Architects is committed to assisting the revitalization of downtowns and urban neighborhoods large and small, encouraging reinvestment in our nation’s existing building stock, finding new uses for underutilized buildings, and promoting planning with preservation as a central initiative to renew and invigorate community vitality and viability.
Since its inception in 1990, Sandvick Architects has successfully practiced sustainable design by applying the principles of historic preservation in the architectural, planning and advocacy services provided by the firm.
A historic view of the Cleveland Trust's Rotunda corner around 1911.
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A historic view of the Book Cadillac hotel in Detroit, MI during the building's opening in 1924. Learn more about this project here.
Sandvick Architects is respected as a leader in historic preservation architecture, with an emphasis on adaptive use and innovative code compliance strategies.
The firm is distinctly recognized for its works in urban revitalization, including consistent success utilizing the historic tax credit process, and our familiarity with the State Historic Preservation Offices in Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York and Connecticut, in addition to the National Park Service.
The firm enjoys a broad range of clients, including community development corporations, private developers, local governments and religious institutions. Project sizes range up to $60 million in development cost and over one million square feet in size.