Sandvick Architects exclusive post on our 2 new interns working with us this summer, well acclimated to Sandvick’s lifestyle. They have been a part of our team since last 2 months working on various projects and adding their presence to the recently hired young professionals of the firm.
–Everyone needs an escape now and then, and specially in a profession as tedious as Architecture, you definitely need some time away from your desk or computer screen.–
As a part of our RNC getaway and making our lives easier, The Team Sandvick decided to spend a day at the Put-in-bay island located 15 miles to north-west of Sandusky’s.
The Sandvick’s crew gathered together at the Sandusky’s Ferry station with the cool teal team T-shirts which we all were excited to customize according to our own style! From crop tops, tanks, fringes to paintings & experiments involving tie & dye, we were all over it and enjoyed this one for sure.
1.3 million people including the big team of Sandvick Architect’s were on the streets of Cleveland this Wednesday toasting for Cleveland Cavaliers victory over Golden State warriors. LeBron James with the rest of the NBA champions were honored with a huge parade and the city celebrated its first major professional sports title in 52 years.
This is how it feels to be a part of the C-town, you get to experience the most rarest occasions, some of which will make history. Surely we didn’t understand the magnitude of the crowd by being a part of it, but one day we all will look back to remember this victory! #GO CAVS #ALL IN
Sitting on 26-acres of vacant industrial property constructed between 1850-1950, is the famous Hercules Motors Company. Schematic design began on this project in 2004 executed by Sandvick Architects. Located at the southern edge of Downtown canton, Ohio, Hercules was one of the world’s largest producers of internal combustion engine at one time, and has since been successfully placed on the list of National Register of Historic Places making itself eligible for both State and Federal Historic Tax Credits.
Sandvick Architects kicked off 2016 by doing what we do best – renovation. This time we turned those skills inward to our own website while increasing the firm’s social media presence. As we reflect on 2015, it seems the one word to best summarize the past year is…busy. With nearly 25 active projects in the office, we figured it was time to stake claim on … Continue reading New Year, New Blog