While a building should be visually appealing and inviting, it must also effectively serve its purpose to its occupants. Great architecture can profoundly impact the human experience. Esterly, Schneider has been improving the lives of thousands of building occupants by creating imaginative designs and spaces that encourage positive work environments and improve the quality of work performed for 75 years. Their designs influence communities and the way people interact in their environment and have profound effects in our working environment.
Specializing in commercial designs, Esterly, Schneider & Associates offers complete architectural services from concept to completion, including building design, site selection, master planning, cost analysis, construction administration and green building design. Clients have included individuals and organizations in both the public and private sectors, as well as corporate clients such as O’Reilly Auto Parts, Ozark Public Schools, Springfield Public Schools, Missouri State University, City of Springfield, Springfield-Greene County Park Board, Commerce Bank, Ozark Bank, American National Insurance and many others. Success comes from a hands-on, quality control process and excellent designs.
Esterly, Schneider’s experienced architectural personnel are often seen in the field measuring, photographing, sketching and overseeing a project to verify existing field conditions and compliance with their construction documents. Design review and ongoing communication ensures continual progress and complete coordination of all work. Esterly, Schneider’s design quality control plan requires that the firm principals be involved in the project from start to finish, providing the highest level of accuracy for each client’s project. They are proud of their many building designs and the large number of repeat clientele.
After 75 years of quality architectural designs, Esterly, Schneider & Associates has a reputation of meeting and exceeding the expectations of their clients, with innovative and creative design ideas. The firm has a regional focus, but with a national footprint, and their projects have had an impact on not only the Ozarks, but on the surrounding communities as well. The firm is licensed in 47 states, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
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