News From Johnsrud Architects

Continuous Research for Constant Change
Continuous research keeps us - and our clients - ahead of the curve.

We hope you had a great summer. It's back-to-school time and autumn is starting. The shift in season and changing leaves remind us that our industry is constantly in flux. New technologies and strategies, equipment and automation, codes, regulations, and guidelines for pharmaceutical and other high-tech industries are always evolving. Continue reading...


Featured Project: Flavors Lab & Presentation Room
Johnsrud Architects is pleased to announce the completion of a unique laboratory, office, and presentation space.

This fit-out project consisted of designing a front office space with two kitchen bar style presentation rooms, as well as renovating lab space for a flavor specialist company. The design concept for the front of the facility was to create a modern professional environment, with flexible office space and presentation rooms, where the company can hold client meetings to showcase their flavor products. Continue reading...


Thought Leadership to Drive Results
Thought Leadership drives our project results...

The Johnsrud Architects design team brings strong and balanced skills and depth of knowledge to serve our innovative science and technology clientele. Our leadership team shapes client projects with thoughtful, informed guidance and focused industry expertise. Continue reading...


20 Years of Service
Johnsrud Architects has spent 20 years developing innovative project solutions, driven by knowledge and expertise, and enhanced by our imagination.

We base our design services for clients in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and other specialized industries on proven science and technology expertise. Our teams execute large, highly complex new construction, renovation, shell fit-out, additions, and greenfield projects. Continue reading...


Featured Project: R&D Administrative Expansion
Johnsrud Architects is pleased to announce that a Research & Development expansion project is entering the construction phase.

This project is a response to an internal master planning effort and intends to consolidate portions of existing research and development operations into one campus building. A major goal is to unite multiple groups under one roof to facilitate their daily collaboration. This will be achieved through a master plan of multiple additions and interior renovations to the existing facility designed to minimize project costs, limit impact to ongoing operations, and reduce constraints to future expansion of the facility. Continue reading...

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