The assessment and improvement of existing facilities and infrastructure, known as “facilities architecture”, is a specialized practice that allows JP to distinguish between essential and elective project needs, provide value-based design solutions, and synthesize project needs from multiple stakeholders.
Our extensive experience with this type of on-call architecture enables Jones Payne to help clients understand and meet their current and future building needs. On-call projects are fast-paced and often limited in budget. We work collaboratively with municipalities, educational institutions and private clients, providing efficient and sustainable solutions that are delivered on-time and on-budget.
“Our family, and the community, are well served by the level of precision and professionalism the project personnel delivered. Thank you for your part, and please relay our appreciation to the various people involved.”
– Homeowner letter addressed to Monterey Regional Airport Director
“This large grant (our largest annual grant amount ever) is testament to the hard work, dedication and high customer service that each of you do every day.”
– Sjohnna Knack, Program Manager Airport Planning & Environmental Affairs, San Diego International Airport
“We are proud of the relationship we have built with the QHP, and look forward to continuing to bring value to the Program through designing innovative services that match QHP’s needs, function the way it operates, and incorporate its flow and way of doing business.”
– Program Manager, QHP/Jones Payne