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Details on Rebecca Riden AIA Architect
Rebecca Riden AIA ArchitectWebsite: http://www.ridenarch.com
Rebecca RidenPhone: 913 432 8282
2405 W 71st Street
EMail: rebecca@ridenarch.com
Prairie Village, Kansas 66208
USAHouzz.Com Profile: http://www.houzz.com/pro/rebeccaridenarchitect/

Services and Specialties:
Architectural design home specialist

Service Areas:
USA (Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, New Mexico)

About Our Company:

Rebecca Riden Architect is a sole proprietor specializing in custom homes. Rebecca works one on one with her clients to tailor each home to fit their needs and exceed their dreams. Rebecca designs original and distinct homes that are personal reflections of her client`s vision. Starting with the client`s ideas whether that is a box of clippings or a single image, Rebecca finds the essence of the clients dream and makes it happen.




Statement of Licensure:

Rebecca Riden is currently licensed to practice architecture in Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico & Michigan. She holds NCARB certification allowing potential licensure in additional states. 


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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