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ABOUT / PHILOSPHY & HISTORY

ABOUT McCORMICK ARCHITECTURE

Architecture is a form of expression that should emerge around the user's daily needs without disruption of their usual routine. It should deliver a sense of energy yet tranquility at the same time. As architects, it is our responsibility to generate a structure that will harvest these feelings when admired publicly.


McCormick Architecture creates timelessness and reflects upon culture, environment, location and climate. Our designs evolve from the “problem solving” process by the collaborative effort approach in which diverse thoughts, from the architect, client, user, and community come together as a team and form a sense of harmony towards a successful finale.

 

As our ecosystem continues to deteriorate due to uncaring use of our natural resources, we emphasize sustainable methods to increase natural life and a healthier environment. We feel that social and cultural interaction through well planned urbanism provides the key to quality of life and encourages a healthier economy and life style. As architects we carry the responsibility to design for the safety and well-being of others, but at the same time instill “delight” in the built environment.

Founder - Edward McCormick

Edward McCormick is the founder of McCormick Architecture. He re-located to El Paso, Texas where the sun always shines and construction takes place year round. His love and passion for his work in architecture led him to registration in thirteen states.  The teaching of architecture and his love of art led him to be the recipient of numerous regional and national awards. 

 

He passed away in 2017 at which point his daughters, Lisa McCormick Eveleth and Bridget McCormick Farrell took over ownership fulfilling the duties of Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer. Edward was a cherished member of society with memberships and active roles in the City of El Paso including starting a Texas Tech school of architecture chapter at the El Paso Community College.

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