For CUTRIGHT & PRIHODA, INC. this means that the principles have a direct, hands-on involvement from personal inception to completion . Simply stated, either principal architect, Brad Cutright or Joanna Prihoda, personally manages each phase of every project. CUTRIGHT & PRIHODA, INC. listens to its clients, asking the right questions in order to design buildings that meet the needs of the project schedule and budget.
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CUTRIGHT & PRIHODA, INC. provides a design solution that is unique to its client’s needs. Solutions are generated from the inside outward. Through the use of traditional, time-proven materials and construction techniques, its architecture identifies with no trend or specific area. This philosophy contributes to our commitment of providing architecture of enduring quality throughout the Southwest.
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Any time you have a construction project, know you will have difficult issues that will need to be addressed; since we rely on Cutright & Allen to walk us through those difficulties, we are better educated by the end of the process (such as payment schedules, change orders, subcontractors, etc.).
When working with Cutright & Allen, there is a sense of pride in the work they do (planning phase, development phase and construction phase). When you call their office, you always get the sense you are their only and most important client. If they say they need to research an issue, they will always get back with you in a timely fashion.
When a project is complete, we know we have a quality product.
With Cutright & Allen, there are never any surprises.
Having worked with architects for over 45 years, I rank Cutright & Allen at the top of my list. They are dedicated professionals who put the project above themselves. Their quick responses to all issues, their effort to be a team player, and their positive attitude makes their projects a success. The FEMA Dome project in Bay City, Texas is an example of this dedication, expertise, and leadership.
We have worked with Cutright & Allen since 2011. I look at our relationship as a “true partnership” in which both sides communicate and work together for a great end product.
Cutright & Allen, Inc. was selected as the Architectural firm responsible for the design and management of the Smithville Community Center “shelter-in-place” expansion. The $1.5M project was funded by a GLO-HUD grant. Cutright & Allen responded to all requests for information in a timely and professional manner. Their attention to detail and experience navigating GLO-HUD requirements were invaluable. Throughout the duration of the project, Cutright & Allen, Inc. stayed “close to the customer” to address any issues or concerns while remaining ever mindful of budget, scope, and schedule. I highly recommend Cutright & Allen, Inc. for any entity seeking architectural project support.
I wanted to compliment the work of both Joanna and Brad on our TSSI project. The invoice tracking support for FEMA grant applicable construction was vital to the success of our project, and the Cutright & Allen , Inc. Team made this process seamless. Our building looks like a beautiful Wellness Center, but meets all the requirements for the FEMA safe room. I have to add the acoustics are excellent. The team would always follow up with my questions timely and get me the answers and solutions I needed to complete my tasks. Brad is pretty handy with a drone and a pen for wording and pictures for presentations for our community and our governing board.
Joanna may have a second calling as a decorator, she was very helpful when I couldn’t make up my mind on a flooring selection or a color. I also would like to thank Karen, she keeps us all organized. Great job to all.