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Architecture - Planning - Management

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ADAXIS Architects has provided planning and architectural services throughout Utah for almost 30 years. ADAXIS Architects has a diverse portfolio of projects that include: * Commercial * Educational * Government * Historic * Hospitality * Industrial * Multi-Family Housing Facilities * Municipal Our goal is to provide designs that elevate the spirit and create value for our clients and the community. We are problem solvers, and most importantly, skilled listeners. We strive to incorporate the best in energy- and money-saving techniques and materials into our projects. Thomas Dale Kerby founded Thomas Dale Kerby/Architect in 1980 shortly after licensure. Several years later he changed the name to ADAXIS Architects following a new direction. This firm merged with CCDR, a Kansas City, Missouri-based Architectural firm with local representation. In 1993 he reformed ADAXIS. ADAXIS Architects reasserted itself primarily dealing in the commercial arena. In 2000, the firm began designing residential projects in addition to its commercial base. Mr. Kerby developed and patented a method and apparatus for indexing and labeling computer disks. While at CCDR, Mr. Kerby was Brigham Young University's Museum of Art project Architect. He has experience with project ranging from 100 square feet (Mona telephone company prototype structure) to 100,000 square feet (MOA). Projects types include: * Commercial * Industrial * Institutional * Offices and Office Condominiums * Religious * Residential * Retail * Tenant Improvements
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Phone: (801) 415-9412

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Sugar House
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