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SHare an inter nal public ation of SH a r c h i t e c t u r e edition ii, 2018


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contents 02

message from the ceo

04 firm 05 history 06 community 07 vision 09 mission 10 objectives 11 locations 13

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COVER IMAGE: DON & DEE SNYDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


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To the SH team, SHarchitecture is now entering its fourth decade in business. I have always taken great pride in the outstanding technical expertise, incomparable project leadership and special creative design talents of our team members. Our quality reputation speaks for itself and our approach to client services, schedule and budget control are time tested and proven. Since the recession of 2008-2011 we have grown 300% and opened offices in Salt Lake City and Seattle. During this period of growth and recovery the firm’s leadership worked towards developing a strategic plan that addressed leadership transition and the long-term sustainability of the company. In 2015, this plan was christened the 10 Year / $10M plan. The plan established financial targets, defined firm size, and outlined the markets and geographic diversity needed to be achieved by 2025. This plan provides opportunities for senior Principals to transition into supporting roles and security through retirement, while creating new growth and leadership opportunities for talented, passionate and self-empowered team members. In 2017 a small group of future leaders and I looked in the mirror to reflect on who we are and where we have been. We then peered into a crystal ball to better define who and what SHarchitecture is about. We deliberated over many ideas like, who is our ideal client? What kind of work inspires us? What does our ideal culture feel like? In short, we have defined the following initiatives: • Become a design force – develop a reputation for high design • Work on projects that transform communities • Bridge the gap between creative talents and wisdom or experience In this publication, you will find more information about our strategic plan. I hope it provides an awareness and guides you to a path of success. Our collective success is dependent upon strategic awareness, consistent communication, and professional performance. We must continually reinforce SHarchitecture as a unique brand which resonates with our preferred clients. We are excited about making the future rewarding for you and the SHarchitecture team. We hope you are ready for this journey – it’s going to be incredible! Sincerely,

NORTHWEST CAREER & TECHNICAL ACADEMY

SHarchitecture John Anderson, President / CEO


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our firm SHarchitecture is a Battle-Born firm established and refined in southern Nevada’s Mojave Desert and has since expanded into Salt Lake City and the Pacific Northwest. For nearly four decades we have leveraged our collective creative abilities to design communities that are Built to Last. With our multiple offices across the western United States our footprint has grown; but, our focus remains on individual client relationships. We celebrate our strong team that includes registered architects, LEED-accredited professionals, WELL-accredited individuals, sustainability managers, and interior design professionals. Our clients benefit from teams staffed with solutions-driven professionals that are empowered to lead through creativity and collaboration. By leveraging our collaborative process with clients and consultants – as well as within our offices – we foster an environment and design approach that invites ideas to flourish. Backed by our internal comprehensive design and sustainability reviews, our architectural professionals are able to cultivate projects that demonstrate fresh thought and firm-wide ownership of our work. We built this firm on the understanding that by building lasting relationships with great clients we could not only design great projects, but also cultivate great communities. Our business model has been successful for over 30 years – That’s a lot of meaningful relationships! At SHarchitecture, we consider it not only a responsibility but an exciting architectural challenge to create structures and spaces that conserve our resources and honor our landscape. To us, it is an essential part of being a good neighbor – and a critical factor in creating buildings and spaces that are more exciting -but less expensive- to own and operate. Whether we are redefining paradigms of what sustainable and energy efficient schools can be for local school districts; or, raising the bar for corporate environmental responsibility with local businesses; our goal is the same: to develop bespoke sustainable design solutions that respond to individual clients and unique buildings.


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our history SHarchitecture, under the 2nd generation of firm leadership: John Anderson, RD, John Sawdon, AIA, Curt Carlson, AIA and Mark McGinty, RD created a culture of design which evokes a shared passion and excitement. The Design of SHarchitecture is a purposed response that is refined, proportionate, elegant, and enduring, It is contextual to climate, site & community as well as coordinated to complement our clients and result in value. SHarchitecture has grown, matured and prospered into a firm of creative, diverse and versatile professionals. The addition of Eric Roberts, AIA as partner in 2017 and Dennis Panars, AIA as Associate Principal in 2018 continues our legacy of sustainable growth. Our geographic footprint has grown as well, opening an office in Salt Lake City in 2012 and an office in Seattle in 2017. SHarchitecture’s success is evidenced by its numerous awards and most importantly; successful, long-term client relationships.

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY FRAMING DAY

our community The strength of the company is also built upon the SH team - the people, with all their exceptional talents and expertise, who play individual and complementary roles in creating great architecture, providing excellence in client service, and building a company steadfast in its devotion to community service and social responsibility. The firm donates over 10,000 man-hours annually to various charities and not-for-profit organizations. Our service to our community is a grassroots effort at SHarchitecture and starts with the decision and inspiration of our team members and their desires to make a difference in the community. We have been honored over the past three decades to be a part of great architecture and making this great community a place that is Built to Last.

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STARBUCKS COFFEE AT SALT LAKE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

our missions The group of future leaders that met with John Anderson in 2017 was a cross section of the firm with various years of experience, backgrounds, and diverse opinions of what they wanted the future of SHarchitecture to look like. Through a 2-day conversation, the group was able to identify (3) overarching ideas to help guide SHarchitecture into the future as we continue to grow.

BECOME A DESIGN FORCE - DEVELOP A REPUTATION FOR HIGH DESIGN SHarchitecture has always had pride in our designs. We have always found ways to incorporate unique and impression making features into projects no matter the client, project type, or budget; however, the group decided that it is time put a much greater focus on Design. In a growing economy, we desire to take the lead in defining what is good design and what is cutting edge. We recognize that this will require a shift in how our projects evolve with greater team collaboration to start a project and keeping those leading the design involved throughout the entire project. This change will come through efforts of all team members to identify and create opportunities of innovation on all aspects of every project. Through collaboration of new ideas from our youngest team members with grand ideas of what a project can be with the experience of how to bring these ideas to life with our more experienced and seasoned project leaders

WORK ON PROJECTS THAT TRANSFORM COMMUNITIES No matter which market SHarchitecture enters, we have always felt a great connection with our surrounding communities. We spend countless hours working with non-profits through group service activities, active involvement in dozens of non-profit chapters by our team members, and offering architectural services to help these organizations. The meetings in 2017 made the team realize how important this work is to the identity of SHarchitecture and bolstering the bond that our team members have with each other. The group agreed that as our office moves forward, we want to continue working with these groups to impact our communities; however, we want to make a commitment to push all of our clients to better the surrounding communities with their projects. As Design Professionals, we know that have the experience, knowledge, and responsibility to create projects for our clients that work within their budgets and maximize their impact positive impact.

BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN CREATIVE TALENTS AND WISDOM OR EXPERIENCE The longevity and success of SHarchitecture has always lied within the members of the SH Family. At the meetings in 2017, the group identified a need to create a way to help all of our team members, young and old alike, to grow their skills and experiences. We felt that this would best be accomplished by creating teams of roughly 10 people of various years of experience, skills, passions, and knowledge. These smaller groups will help all members teach and learn from each other, creating the ability to quicker develop understandings of how to accomplish project goals and create trust among team members, thereby helping to distribute project roles and responsibilities. These teams will help create project team continuity, help put focus on tasks to be completed, not hours or dollars to reach deadlines.


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“The reality of what we do, is we change lives.” - John Sawdon, Principal KAKTUS LIFE, MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT

“We’re solving world issues one building at a time.” - Mark McGinty, Principal NORTHWEST CAREER & TECHNICAL ACADEMY

“SHarchitecture is the best because of the individuals that make up the firm.” - John Anderson, President/CEO CCSD CAPITAL PROGRAM MANAGEMENT BUILDING

“Architecture puts us at the forefront of change on a local neighborhood and city scale, allowing us to make a difference in people’s lives.” - Eric Roberts, Principal LEGACY TRADITIONAL SCHOOL, NORTH VALLEY CAMPUS

“There are the physical aspects of how a building fits into the community, but then there are the over arching aspects of really what is the benefit to the community.” - Curt Carlson, Principal

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our vision

Together we identify the inherent potential in everything; to enhance an image that attracts opportunities for fulfillment and creative expression by our firm and our people.


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our objectives SHarchitecture is driven by the idea that a group of talented and passionate professionals can be a significant force for positive change in the world today. Our local office teams are focused on delivering value to our clients through the quality of our designs and documents. Collectively as a firm, we are committed to incremental improvement of everything that we do. Our objective is to provide value to our clients through solving complex planning, design or building problems. To accomplish this, we strive to create a firm environment that puts the relationship with our client as the focus of each of our daily activities. This is different from putting the client’s project as the focus. The difference is rooted in holistic thinking and decision making. Valuing our relationship with our clients leads to consistent communication, dedication to deadlines and, most importantly, open and honest communication with our clients and other members of our team. The success of SHarchitecture is reliant on the commitment of every individual in the firm to provide 100% effort in improving what we do and enthusiastically responding to our client’s needs. Together, we work to improve the communities in which we live. Through design, advocacy and action we design communities that are Built to Last.

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las vegas Ron Hall meets Steve Swisher on a basketball court and a partnership is formed. The first SH office is located in a Las Vegas strip center.

salt lake city Looking to expand it’s geographic reach, SHarchitecture teams with Mark Pavoni, AIA. Eventually bringing Mark on board as a Director and establishing a full time presence and office in Utah

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seattle A desire for growth and a growing amount of opportunities in the Pacific Northwest lead to SHarchitecture opening in office in the suburbs of Seattle.

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7250 Peak Drive Suite 216 Las Vegas, Nevada 89128 868 S. McClelland Street Suite 2 Salt Lake City, Utah 84102 16771 NE 80th Suite 110 Redmond, Washington 98052


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REBECCA D. LOCKHART ARENA, BLEACHER EXPANSION AT UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY

our esop SHarchitecture’s greatest resource is its talented group of team members and the success of our firm is directly tied to the commitment from those individuals. In 2003 SHarchitecture implemented an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) as a way to allow the existing owners to sell some of their shares of the firm. With employee ownership we have created a culture that encourages each SH team member to think and act like an owner. Research shows that ESOP companies are more productive, faster growing, more profitable, have less turnover and generate more wealth.

Benefits of employee-ownership: 1. The ESOP provides a financially meaningful ownership stake, enough to be an important part of employee financial security 2. We have an open culture that teaches people how the company makes money and their role in making that happen. 3. We share performance data about how the company is doing overall and how each work group contributes to that. 4. We train people in business literacy so they understand the numbers the company shares. 5. We share profits through bonuses, profit sharing or other tools. 6. Personal value is achieved through company growth.

our esop vested employees John Anderson Curt Carlson Laszlo Herczeg Danny McGinnis Mark McGinty Dennis Panars Eric Roberts John Sawdon Anne Tall Cameron Tate Kathy Ujifusa


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CSN ENGELSTAD HEALTH SCIENCES BUILDING

WILLIAM N. PENNINGTON BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF WINNEMUCCA


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BOULDER CITY HIGH SCHOOL, THEATER


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our services Our clients do business with SH because we have formed a strong niche of solving complex planning, design or building problems. For example, space planning functional operations of a 50 year old hospital to create and maximize new lines of services; focusing on specialized ventilation techniques to create healthy indoor environments for aquatic activities; designing “green” facilities; or using design talents to define a corporate brand and renew a culture of quality for one of the valley’s most prominent business’s.


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our core values It is important to recognize the values that created our past successes. It is these same values that define the core of who we are. It is these values by which we live our daily lives. It is these values that will make people want to be part of our great team. It is these values that will determine who the right people are.

We unite in our efforts and help each other keep promises. Like the time a Revit model crashed before a deadline and team members working on other project deadlines pulled an all-nighter to help rebuild the model through the midnight hours. Or like the time a design team gave up a weekend on short notice to help a project manager keep a promise to meet a Monday zoning submittal deadline. Or simply, that we help first by offering our expertise and assistance to clients, contractors or other team members in their moments of need even if it is outside our contractual scope of service. VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE

We are engaged in our profession; community; environment, and families. Time is our most precious resource. Our team members are dedicated to giving their time to professional associations and organizations like the AIA, USGBC, WELL, DBIA, CSI, ICC and more. We give time to our communities by serving as board or committee members in organizations such as the Boys & Girls Clubs, Habitat for Humanity, Friends of Nevada Wilderness, and many more. We give our time to our environment by adopting and improving park trails, planting trees, restoring habitats, and by raising awareness and educating our clients in sustainable practices. We never forget to balance work and family, so we give flexible time to our families when needed for those important moments that we don’t want to miss like school plays, friends and family weddings, our children’s performances and other special moments.

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB, ENGELSTAD CAMPUS

We continuously, incrementally improve.

SALT LAKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE WESTPOINTE CENTER

Changes in our process and practice are inevitable. Once a new change has happened, is everything perfect? Will everything be set in stone until the next major change in the longterm future? Probably not, in fact, if this attitude were taken we would see a continued decline in competency or creativity after the initial change. There is always room to make small improvements, so challenge the status quo, tune the process and practice on an everyday basis. Do this week in, week out without calling it “change.” Over time, these incremental changes add up, and make a significant positive impact on our team and the firm.

We respond enthusiastically and positively to client needs. This is simple. We acknowledge that there will always be roadblocks and obstacles to overcome. Our clients respond to enthusiastic people. When you’re enthusiastic about what you’re doing, our clients fell that you can overcome great obstacles which creates felling of competency and ultimately trust. A trusting relationship, is a relationship built to last.

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LEGACY TRADITIONAL SCHOOL, NORTH VALLEY CAMPUS

our differentiators The strength of SHarchitecture is founded on our people. In a profession that is becoming more and more commoditized it is important to identify characteristics of our firm that set us apart from the competition. In today’s business environment, it is not enough to simply provide good construction documents or competitive fees. Our firm must provide value that is unavailable elsewhere. We seek to provide our clients with a design experience that is founded on relationships with our people. Our success is the natural result of a client-centric, relationshipsbased staff and management philosophy. Having competent project managers or principals involved in every project are no longer differentiators in the market place. These items are expected by our clients. Having a project manager who is competent AND understands the client’s business and their long-term goals, is a differentiator. Developing relationships across all levels of an organization is a surefire way to have long-term work for the firm. Navigating planning and zoning ordinances, energy codes, increasing complexity in technology and building requirements can be a daunting task for our clients. Through building relationships of trust with our clients we can assist them in shepherding projects through these difficult issues. At times, we may even help our clients discover a way to develop their business without

undertaking an architecture project. In this sense, we seek to differentiate ourselves in focusing on the client relationship rather than a project. Being client-focused and relationships-based directs how we are solutions-driven. Our solutions focus on needs of the client not solely on the financial needs of the firm. This difference is experienced by our clients to the extent our staff and management understand and internalize our philosophy. Truly the difference with SHarchitecture is founded upon our people. With diverse talents and expertise our people assist clients and communities to make their dreams a design reality. Our people are leaders in the profession and their community. As leaders, they are best positioned to develop meaningful relationships and assist our clients. Our differentiators are unique in the marketplace because our people are unique. Our people help us determine how to bring value to our clients for their short-term and long-range goals. SHarchitecture will maintain strong market position as we develop and maintain successful relationships.


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our design philosophy The Design of SHarchitecture is a purposed response that is refined, proportionate, elegant, and enduring. It is contextual to climate, site and community as well as coordinated to complement our clients and result in value.

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our project approach - SHway establiSH A common understanding of your Key Values that provides clear direction and serves as a basis for making future decisions.

SHape A design solution that is a purposed response to your Key Values. Quality that is durable and economically efficient. A design that creates a sense of place for you and has a positive effect on occupants and community; Functional spaces with the proper interrelationships arranged to promote quality of space and the way in which you intend the building to be used.

SHarpen A complete design scope that addresses your Project Requirements with added value that is buildable within the given Budget and Schedule and without major Risks factors.

publiSH Confidence that the project addresses your Key Values, exceeds their expectations and minimizes Risks in terms of schedule and cost overruns.

SHare With a thorough understanding of the design solution and your Key Values obtain a commitment to construct your project within the given Budget and Schedule.

accompliSH A successful partnership with a client and their constructor to deliver a project that is Built to Last.


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PRINCIPAL EQUITY PARTNER

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accountability chart At first glance the Accountability Chart (See Insert) may look like an Organizational Chart. An Organizational Chart highlights job titles, inferring one’s status or place in the firm, while the Accountability Chart leads with structure first. The Accountability Chart purpose is to: 1. Depict clear accountability. Everyone knows their part in building a great firm. 2. Promote alignment and illustrates how it contributes to the success of the firm. 3. Discourages ego. There are no job titles, just functions that must be owned and managed by individuals. 4. Address structure first. With the right structure we can focus on getting the right people in the right seats. 5. Changes only when the needs of the firm change. Individual accountability is necessary to run a successful firm. The Accountability Chart identifies the major functions of the firm and the specific roles associated with each function. For instance, imagine that we are experiencing a decline in quality in our contract documents. Without individual accountability, one would assume the team is responsible for delivering a quality set of contract documents. To fix the issue, we may hold weekly Project Management meeting. We may hold monthly meetings. We may hold special committee meetings. Nonetheless, there is no effective progress toward improvement because there is no person accountable to make the change. One person needs to marshal the resources required for improvement. One person needs to implement and enforce the changes that are needed to improve the quality. As long as the team is responsible, there is no person that can be held accountable. On an accountability chart, we have assigned an Executive Team Member to Operations and Project Delivery to be responsible for the metric of document quality. At the Executive Team meeting the Integrator (CEO) can look to this specific individual and ask, “Where do we stand with the quality issues in our contract documents, and what are you doing about it?” There is an accountable person to address the issue. Does this mean that everyone else is of the hook for improving quality? Absolutely, not! It just means that he/she is ultimately accountable for fixing the problem. He/She can create or use a team to solve it. This team could include Office Managers, Team Managers or Team Members. Clear accountability leads to powerful results.

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