Reviews

October 12, 2016

The building came in on time and under budget

"I had the great good fortune to work closely with Timothy Buckley for nearly two years in the construction and commissioning of the Clark College at WSUV building. It's acknowledged success was due in large part to Timothy’s dedication to it from development and design through to being honored with a Community Pride Design Award in 2006 from the City of Vancouver … In the end, the building came in on time and under budget, with one of the lowest change order records in the history of recent state capital projects."
October 12, 2016

Timothy created our vision and made it into a truly amazing reality

"I have worked with many architects on projects, but Timothy is the first one who took the time to listen. Timothy created our vision and made it into a truly amazing reality. The Clark College lab developed by Timothy is truly unique and other architects are racing to develop similar designs across the country."
October 12, 2016

Most importantly he was a joy to work with

"Timothy took the time to understand exactly what we needed. As an affordable housing developer, we are constantly balancing costs with short and long-term benefit in our designs, especially in our green features. He managed and facilitated an eco-workshop for ACE and a group of professionals that had a very short timeframe and targeted outcomes. Timothy created an efficient process for ACE to evaluate opportunities for a major renovation project, and provided quality materials that will serve as a model for our future projects. He was able to do this without stifling creatively. And, most importantly he was a joy to work with."
October 12, 2016

Details are the best we have ever seen

"These (permit drawing set) flashing details are the best we have ever seen"
October 12, 2016

We were pleasantly surprised

"We were pleasantly surprised how quickly Timothy picked up on what we wanted and was able to translate our conceptual design conversations into a working design in a short time, adding his own touches that improved on the final outcome."