Cynthia Easton Architects has been in practice in Sacramento, CA since 1981. Our approach to projects is based upon our extensive experience in public multi-family housing projects and rehabilitation projects within the Sacramento region. We balance the social and environmental needs of the users, the aesthetics and civil concerns of the neighborhood, within the limits of the client’s budget.
The staff includes Cynthia Easton, Principal Architect; Mari, Project Manager; Angelia, Interior Designer; Kacie, Interior Designer/Drafter; and Louis, Intern. The firm is certified as a MBE/WBE by various agencies, such as Caltrans and the Office of Small and Minority Businesses.
We have completed a variety of renovation and remodeling type projects, from duplex and multi-family residential units, to Victorian houses and turn of the century brick buildings converted into law offices. We are currently the architects working on several tenant improvement projects for both Transitional Living and Community Support and the Capitol Area Development Authority, and pump stations for EBMUD and the City of Woodland.
We worked with Montgomery Watson on the Sacramento River Water Treatment Plant Expansion, which included a 10,000 SF Office Building added to the existing facility in the style of the original buildings, circa 1920. We have completed over 293 units of HUD funded multi-family residences (new construction) for the Housing Authority of the City and County of Sacramento. We have also completed many projects within the Central City District and have experience working with the various neighborhood community groups. We work closely and coordinate with Sacramento’s design review staff.
Most of our projects are assigned at least two staff members who are involved in the various processes throughout the project, therefore, providing thorough customer service. Our weekly staff meetings allow for project coordination and review. We have staff who are experts in handicap accessibility requirements; staff who are adept at making presentations at meetings; and staff who are proficient at achieving acceptance with the local building agencies. With each project we depend on each staff member’s expertise to provide review and assure compliance with the clients’ requirements.
2007 President by American Institute of Architects Central Valley Chapter
2005 Outstanding Women Leaders: The Wise Woman Award by the National Association of Business Owners Sacramento Valley
2001 Octavtius Morgan Distinguished Service Award by the California Architects Board
2001 City of Sacramento SUMP 2 Project Team
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