Fuller Fuller & Associates is Colorado’s oldest continuously practicing architectural firm. Established in 1873 by Robert S. Roeschlaub, the firm became Roeschlaub & Fuller Architects in 1914 and Fuller, Fuller & Fuller in 1949. Today Fuller Fuller & Associates is a fourth generation architectural firm emphasizing the same attention to quality design that was given to the firm’s earliest projects which include the Central City Opera House, Trinity Methodist Church, and the Denver City & County Building.
Fuller Fuller & Associates begins each commission with an open and flexible approach to the project. Satisfying the client’s needs and providing quality design within the constraints of budgetary reality is our goal. Each project, regardless of size and scale, is shaped by the requirements of site restrictions, client’s goals, and cost. Fuller Fuller & Associates recent work includes a range of projects from custom residences to high tech industrial facilities. However, the size of the project is less important than quality design and client satisfaction. We are structured with an organizational framework that encourages communication between the client, the contractors, and the design team.
Scope of Service
Fuller Fuller & Associates provides project programming, site and master planning services, schematic design, design development, construction documents, bid negotiation, and construction administration. During these processes the client is presented with a number of schematic designs and a number of meetings are held to evaluate the progress of design. Outline Specifications and In Progress drawings are provided to ensure client involvement and establish clear communication early in the project. A "final documents" meeting is held so that the owner can review and approve all final design information. Once the design is agreed upon, we work closely with the contractor to ensure that the integrity of the design is maintained throughout the construction phase.