Davis Partnership Architects Celebrates 50 Years of Design
Denver, CO — In 2017, Davis Partnership Architects celebrates 50 years of architectural service. Since its inception in 1967, the firm has grown substantially, expanding its range of services and collaborating with many prominent names in the industry to create several iconic landmarks in the Rocky Mountain region.
While celebrating its fiftieth anniversary under the “Davis” moniker this year, the firm’s true architectural legacy began in 1892. Under the names of Fisher and Fisher, Fisher and Davis and the modern-day Davis Partnership Architects, the firm has evolved over the past 5o years.
Notable projects include the Frederic C. Hamilton Building at the Denver Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, the Daniel L. Ritchie Center for Sports and Wellness at the University of Denver, the Wolf Law School and the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, the Saint Joseph Hospital SCL Health System Project, multiple buildings at National Jewish Health, the Solaris Residences and mixed-use development in Vail, the Mile High United Way Morgridge Center for Community Change, and the recently completed headquarters for The Colorado Health Foundation.
Through the years, the firm has evolved to take on projects across the country, specializing in a wide variety of building types. Over the past three decades the firm has added landscape architecture, interior design, lighting design and signage design to its complement of services.
As a part of the 50 years of design merriment, Davis Partnership Architects has set a goal for each of the staff members to contribute 5.0 hours in volunteerism and community outreach, targeting 750 hours of total service. Outreach strengthens bonds within the company and, more importantly, enhances the lives of others, a commitment central to the Davis Partnership ethos since 1967.
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