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Paul Briggs Architect, a sole proprietorship was established in September, 1969. For 40+ years of practice, Paul Briggs Architect has been the direct contact and manager for countless projects in all phases of design with the assistance of in house associates and outside consultants. Design philosophies center around direct communication and continuous involvement to make sure a project is a success. The early Paul Briggs Architect practice centered around school, college construction, and civic institutions. Later the practice comprised of projects such as Lexington State Bank’s multiple story addition and Richard Childress Racing Shop in Welcome, NC. Recent projects center around up-fits, master-planning, renovations and additions for “in” and “out of state” clients. Mr. Briggs and his practice utilizes the latest architectural tool sets including project, code and reference libraries, digital representation and communication technologies including phone, emails, internet, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Sketchup3D and in-house large sheet scanning and printing.


Paul T. Briggs, AIA
(Principal Architect)

NC Architectural Registration License No. 1829
Mr. Briggs is a licensed and insured Architect celebrating
50 years of practice this year 2019! He was registered as an Architect in 1969 and a graduate of NC State in 1963. His accomplishments as an architect are demonstrated by his successful management of an architectural practice for 50 years and his completed projects. Highlights of his achievements include designing Davidson County schools K-12 through the 1990s. Mr. Briggs is passionate about assisting non- profit organizations with their architectural project endeavors demonstrated by his work for religious institutions. He has aided commercial businesses in their growth and success including names such as RCR racing, Deere Hitachi, May Heavy Equipment, Charlotte Pipe, Kubota, Carter lumber, Ilderton Dodge . Each of his completed projects have a character such that the organization’s goals and endeavors shine through. Mr. Briggs is a seasoned architect with a wealth of experiences and a desire to continue making a difference in our communities. He is a businessman, well spoken and possesses modern architectural representation skill sets. Mr. Briggs is registered to practice architecture in NC, SC, VA, MD, MN, PA, FL, SD & GA. What better way to celebrate 50 years of business success? …. Paul says “sport” more projects and play a role in shaping His and Brandon’s to be practice for the future.


Brandon S. Everhart, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP

NC Architectural Registration
License No. 14760
Mr. Everhart is an experienced
Newly Licensed Architect (May 15, 2019) whose accomplishments reflect strengths in architecture, engineering, design, construction, sustainability, digital representation, problem-solving and project management skills. Mr. Everhart is a graduate of UNCC in 2007 with a Bachelor of Architecture. His experience includes hands on construction experience, employment at Greensboro Architectural firm J. Hyatt Hammond Associates and work as an independent design contractor. Mr. Everhart has completed many project renovations, up-fits and code assessments while at J. Hyatt Hammond. As a design contractor he managed a UNCSA repair project for J. Hyatt Hammond. Concepts of environmental sustainability are important to Mr. Everhart demonstrated by the work done on his home and his recent certification as a LEED AP. He is an accomplished architectural detailer, project manual writer, and Sketchup3D expert. A successful comprehensive project management experience for Mr. Everhart included work on a historic industrial building for Bennett College for Women in Greensboro. It was requested to turn the century old masonry boiler house into a classroom and office setting for the video broadcasting field. Project complexities included feasibility studies, cost estimation, programming, compact space planning, building, shell performance and accessibility improvements, attention to historical attributes, hazardous material abatements, demolition, new and phased construction and all new MEP. In the end the project was praised as a success by the college. Interior and exterior spaces are delightfully day lit with tangible historic, contemporary and functional details carefully integrated. Brandon’s recent co-work with Paul has included May Heavy Equipment, commercial pre-engineered, residential, and churches including Wayside Baptist Church-LexingtonNC, and Christ the King Lutheran Church-CaryNC.