Who We Are
Passion for Design
We create comfortable, inviting, exciting environments that raise productivity and lower sick days.
We find unique high performance opportunities to reduce – and sometimes even eliminate – operations costs. We stay on budget, period.
We do this by bringing Midwestern common-sense to all of our designs.
We understand that architecture is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and we want to make the most of it. We work hard, and we love what we do.
Nothing makes us more proud than the success of our clients. We make the design and construction process easy so they can focus on being the best in their respective industries.
We have 90 professionals over 7 offices in Grand Forks, Fargo, Bismarck, Minot, Williston, Alexandria and Minneapolis because we want to be a part of the communities where we work and live every day.
AIA North Dakota Best of Show, Honor, Juror’s Choice, Merit, and Unbuilt Awards
North Dakota Ready-Mix Excellence in Concrete Awards
DECI Development of the Year Awards
Education Design Honorable Mentions
St. Paul Heritage Preservation Awards
Minnesota Preservation Awards
Prime Site Awards of Excellence
North Dakota Barrier-Free Design Awards
North Dakota Concrete Products Awards
MC Landscape Design Awards
Mid-America EDC Redevelopment Awards
North Dakota Housing Finance Production Awards
Grand Forks Chamber City Beautification Awards
Grand Forks Chamber Special Achievement Awards
National School Boards Association Awards
Committee on Urban Design and Environment Awards
This is an outstanding project all the way around. On budget, on time, beautiful and functional.
Steve Ludwig, Vice President of Administrative Affairs, St. Cloud State University
What We Do
to meet current goals and anticipate those in the future.
to maximize the budget.
to utilize higher performance design to lower operations costs.
for an easy, open, communicative process.
JLG’s size and decades of experience means that we are able to offer specialized services so that when opportunity knocks, we know how to answer.
The Sanford Clinic uses 15.6% less energy and 21.8% less water than other buildings of its type.
JLG Architects© 2013