WLFA Associates

Tucson, Arizona 85705
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Our Story

We are pleased to offer you fine architectural design services. William L. Ford, Architect and Associates, LLC (WLFA) has provided diverse design work since licensing in 1986. Our LLC was formed in 1989. We incorporated as WLFA Associates, LLC in 2007. WLFA emphasizes high quality sustainable design and development. Commissions include high quality residential design, a large range of commercial and retail work, urban infill, historic restoration, adaptive reuse, urban site planning, and hillside site design. An 8-year seat on the Pima County Design Review Committee has given us valuable insight into sustainable site planning, comprehensive hillside design and Pima County's SDRC (Subdivision Design Review Committee); a commonly used model of public project development plan standards.

We assure that each project will begin by establishing accurate design parameters. A program and scope of work based on your budget and design criteria assures best outcomes. WLFA's philosophy is grounded in providing buildings that are regionally expressive and integrative. Our clients have been very satisfied and we welcome the opportunity to be your architect.

What We Do

Products and Services

Blue Book Network Classifications

We can be found under the following Blue Book Network Classifications.

CSI Codes

Our standard scope of services includes the following CSI Master Format™ code(s).
01 33 16 - Design Data
01 33 29 - Sustainable Design Reporting
01 78 53 - Sustainable Design Closeout Documentation
01 81 13 - Sustainable Design Requirements
01 87 16 - Furnishings Performance Requirements
01 90 00.00.01 - Life Cycle Activities

Company Information

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1989
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Associations & Memberships

AKA (Architect Keystone Alliance)

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