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Details on Arcadea Architecture
Arcadea ArchitectureWebsite: http://www.arcadea.com
David BiekPhone: 303-449-6605
741A Pearl Street
EMail: mail@arcadea.com
Boulder, Colorado 80302
USAHouzz.Com Profile: https://www.houzz.com/pro/davidbiek/arcadea-architecture

Services and Specialties:
Integrated architectural and interior design, from residential to mixed-use and commercial.

Service Areas:
USA (Colorado)

About Our Company:

Arcadea Architecture provides meaningful, efficient, cost-conscious and green architectural and interior design services ranging from small residential remodels to larger custom homes.

Statement of Licensure:

In addition to projects in Denver and Boulder and the surrounding Denver, Colorado metro area, Arcadea has worked on projects throughout the state of Colorado - in Aspen, Louisville, Greenwood Village, Gold Hill, Flagstaff Mountain (Boulder), Grand County (CO), Colorado Springs (CO), Golden (CO), Denver, Wolf Creek Valley, Telluride, Ft. Collins, Eldorado Springs, Niwot, numerous areas in rural Boulder County, and Lionshead (Vail). We have also worked on projects throughout the United States - Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, New Mexico, Montana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Tulum (Mexico).

NCARB Certification: Architect is NCARB certified.
* The NCARB certification often expedites reciprocity - the process through which one can offer his or her professional services in different jurisdictions after earning an initial license. This means that if an NCARB certified architect is not licensed in your state, the process for getting him/her licensed there in order to work on your project will be fairly quick.


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