By: The Constructivist
Chad Slichter and Greg Ugrin are pleased to announce the formation of Slichter | Ugrin Architecture.
Slichter | Ugrin Architecture is the culmination of an almost 30 year relationship between Boise architects Chad Slichter and Greg Ugrin that began at the University of Idaho in 1988.
After graduating from the University of Idaho in 1993 both Chad and Greg went to work for the same architecture firm in Boise, Hummel, LaMarche & Hunsucker. Chad left after 11 years to start Slichter Architects and Greg stayed for 20 years. During that time the two remained friends always looking for opportunities to work together again.
Greg’s notable local work includes Meridian high schools, Boise State University’s Micron Business and Economics building, Risen Christ Catholic Community church, the Blahd-Wolf residence the Stoa office building on Bogus Basin Road.
Chad’s experience is in development, commercial, education and public projects including numerous projects for Boise State University, Idaho State University private developers and national retailers.
Slichter | Ugrin’s focus is on local projects, regional projects, client service and deliverability.
“Our style is our client’s vision,” says Chad Slichter.
“We advocate client involvement throughout the entire design process because they’re a big part of any project’s success,” states Ugrin. “We’re here to take care of our clients and help them find creative solutions. Us and our clients, we’re in this together.”
Slichter | Ugrin Architecture is located in downtown Boise at the corner of 13th and Myrtle.
Slichter | Ugrin Architecture
Sustainable Design + Planning
415 S. 13th Street
Boise, Idaho 83702