Custom Homes
Bannasch Residence,.  3,555 sq.ft., Solana Beach, CA

Spoehr Residence, Fairbanks Ranch

Charles Residence, Fairbanks Ranch

1200 Alki Penthouse Suite, 4,475 sq. ft., Seattle, WA

Bannasch Residence, 8,011 square feet, 17516 Los
Morros, Rancho Santa Fe

Monroe Residence
, 7,792 square feet, 6486 Calle Del
Alcazar, Fairbanks Ranch.

Huguenor Residence, 7,784 square feet, 17032 Circa
Oriente, Fairbanks Ranch.

St. Andrews Rd, 6,018 square feet, 8302 St. Andrews
Rd., Rancho Santa Fe.

Nielson Residence, 4,433 square feet, 2312
Percussion Ct., El Cajon.

Cohen Residence, 4,083 square feet, 14351 Twisted
Branch Rd., Poway.

Mealey Residence, 4,080 square feet, Bass Cove at
Ross Road, El Centro.

Wildwind Dr. Lot #27, 3,927 square feet, 2842
Wildwind Dr., El Cajon.

Rosen Residence, 3,818 square feet, 14381 Twisted
Branch Rd., Poway.

Nielsen Residence, 3,633 square feet, 2321
Tambourine Ct., El Cajon.

Campbell Residence, 3,500 square feet, 10832 Quail
Canyon Rd., El Cajon.

Sleepy Creek Custom Home, 3,257 square feet,
15270 Sleepy Creek Rd., El Cajon.

Houston Residence, 3,190 square feet, 3765 Arroyo
De Viejas, Alpine.

Possum Creek Lot #28, 3,132 square feet, 9948
Possum Creek Lane, El Cajon.

Possum Creek Lot #31, 3,016 square feet, 9992
Possum Creek Lane, Lakeside.

Cohen Residence, 2,873 square feet, 801 Palo Verde
St., Yuma, Arizona

Hormoz Rezaei Residence, 2,660 square feet, 4164
Portilla Place, San Diego.

Bannasch Horse Farm, 3113 Camino Del Rancho,
Encinitas, California. Designed a 2,263-square-foot
home on a 10-acre horse farm with future expansion
to 3,500 square feet when property was to be

Via Dieguenos Custom Home, Alpine, California.
Project architect and builder for a 2,141-square-foot
design-build project at 2629 Via Dieguenos. Provided
programming, planning, conceptual design, value
engineering, coordination of consultants, construction
documentation, permit processing, scheduling,
bidding, subcontractor coordination, grading,
inspections, and construction supervision. Designed
home to maximize space and amenities while
economizing on construction cost. Wood truss roof
structure and wood framing added to the economy and
ease of construction. Design enhancements included
large windows in the living room with vaulted ceiling
and covered entry. Gable ends and exposed rafters,
reminiscent of Southern California Craftsman Style
were economical architectural features. Interior use of
ceramic tile was a durable flooring material in high
traffic areas. [$180,000, 1979]

Zumbrota Road Custom Home. Provided construction
documentation for 4,500-square-foot home.

Sangamon Avenue, 2 Homes. Provided construction
documentation and permitting for two homes built for
Craig A. Woods, RA
LEED    Accredited Professional