“LeMay Erickson Willcox’s exceptional background allows them to have a unique ability to understand a fire department’s operations and present architectural solutions that can only come from someone who truly understands fire and rescue. LeMay Erickson Willcox is highly skilled at focusing on the Owner’s requirements and documenting those requirements early on to provide a framework to guide the remaining phases of design. I think any municipality would benefit greatly from LeMay Erickson Willcox’s industry knowledge and experience in Public Safety projects.”
Tim Blanch, PE, LEED AP (ARCADIS-US)
Eisenhower Avenue Station No. 210
“Acting as the General Contractor for the Warrenton Fire Station project, I have dealt extensively with LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects during the construction of this project and found them to be professional, reliable and responsive to all of our questions, clarifications and RFI’s. LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects, as part of the construction team, has dealt with the inevitable changes and challenges that arise in any complicated construction project to ensure that all issues encountered had a satisfactory resolution to all parties involved. Without reservation, I would recommend LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects on any construction project.”
Keith Whitener, President
Milestone Construction Services, Inc.
This station is a model for the future….We’ve been excited about this from day one. Every aspect of this station has been carefully thought out. LeMay Erickson Willcox has done a fantastic job.
John North, Battalion Chief
Alexandria Fire Department, Virginia
The Station at Potomac Yard is a highly successful project for Whiting-Turner Contracting, thanks in part to the cooperation and team approach of LeMay Erickson Wilcox. From the early design process, through the final days of construction, LeMay Erickson Wilcox and Whiting- Turner worked extremely well together as a team to construct a complex project that will provide the City of Alexandria with an outstanding new facility.
Bryan Embrey, Project Manager
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
“Each person we dealt with was professional and a pleasure to work with throughout the entire process. Their expertise and knowledge regarding our needs in terms of public safety requirements was impressive. “
Captain Nancy C. Demme, Director
Montgomery County Department of Police - Training and Education Division
"It was a total pleasure to work with their team. We had great communications between us; their interpersonal skills I believe was one of their strongest assets. They listened to what we had to say. As a result we were able to count on them to present the best design for our previous fire station and the new Public Safety Training Academy project. Their hard work and dedication to the customer has made this come from paper to shovel."
Assistant Chief R. Michael Clemens, Training Director
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service-Training Section
“What sticks with me the most when I look back on the entire project is the level of trust we developed in LeMay Erickson Willcox, and I don't say that lightly. When issues arose, we looked for guidance from both you and your team. Without fail we received professional, well-researched information with which to make decisions.”
Andrew Frizzle, Deputy Chief
Nokesville Volunteer Fire Department
To date, we have had the pleasure of constructing Nokesville VFD #25 and Antioch Fire and Rescue Station No. 24 ----both exemplary LeMay, Erickson Willcox projects. As Estimator on both projects, I am pleased to complement you on the clarity and accuracy of the Bid Documents. It is obvious that your design team fully understands the needs of a modern day Fire Station; further, your team provides the Bidder the information to clearly prepare the most competitive bids!! As Project Manager on the Nokesville project, your Construction Administration team proved itself to be a vital player to get the job done. Submittals were quickly reviewed and returned, progress meetings were conducted professionally and responsibly and most of all, when the everyday issues arose---your team rolled up its sleeves and pitched in to resolve each item.
J. Edward Watkins, Senior Estimator
Whitener & Jackson, Inc
“I have learned first hand that LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects have the vision, experience, imagination and innovation to make our project a reality. A complex project with countless moving parts, LeMay Erickson Willcox quickly grasped the problems and developed attractive, workable solutions.”
Paul Draisey Middleburg Volunteer Fire Department
Middleburg Volunteer Fire Department
“Their attention to detail provided a welcome consistency throughout our new Germantown Milestone fire station project. Any opportunity to work with the LeMay Erickson Willcox on future capital projects would be our pleasure.”
June Evans, Manager, Capital Projects and Facilities Section
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service
“LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects has been a true pleasure to work with. They are careful to listen to my needs as a client, while also offering a range of different approaches to achieve the desired end result. LeMay Erickson Willcox’s attention to detail is superb. They focus on the major components of a project while also ensuring that the small details don’t fall through the cracks. They are an excellent firm to team up with for a capital project.”
Neil A. Shorb, Manager Capital Projects, Facilities and Insurance
Montgomery County MD Fire and Rescue Service
LeMay Erickson Wilcox Architects are outstanding at what they do and follow through on all assignments. They are always open to staff and community input and developing plans. Most importantly, their work is accurate and timely. Their lead architects know the key ingredients of successful facility planning and what it takes to work with clients to get results. As a member of the design team, they consistently inspire creativity, teamwork and open communication.
Quinn R. Osborne Project Manager
Capital Construction Division Public Safety Cluster Department of General Services
“The knowledge and experience that LEWA has with systems and procedures for fire stations was invaluable in successfully building the Dulles Rt 7/28 safety Center. LEWA was well versed with the requirements and expectations of Loudoun County.”
Therese L. Swanson, Project Engineer
Turner Construction Company
“I would like to take this opportunity, on the behalf of the Bailey's Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department in Fairfax County, Virginia, to thank you for the successful completion of the construction project for our new fire station. The professionalism of all parties involved was very evident throughout the complete project process.”
Dennis Corl, Fire Chief (Retired)
Bailey’s Crossroads Volunteer Fire Dept.
“After we bought the land, the best money we spent was hiring LeMay Erickson Willcox.”
Craig Griffith, Chief
Yorkshire Volunteer Fire Department
“Your firm’s excellence has provided the fire department with quality and attention to detail. We stand as a repeat customer and we always recommend your company to any of our fellow fire departments....Your commitment to provide excellent customer service, innovative design, and quality product has remained steady.”
George W. Buchanan (Dale City 18 and 20 Construction Manager)
Dale City Volunteer Fire Department
“Over the last 20 years, I have worked with LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects on numerous projects .... Throughout all of these projects, the LeMay Erickson Willcox team has provided professional leadership and reliable, high-quality service. The experience and qualifications of their team combined with exemplary customer service and attention to detail have resulted in outstanding public facilities being delivered on time and within budget. LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects is my first choice for our next project.”
Gary Mesaris, Fire Chief Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Formerly Chief, Fairfax City Fire Department Formerly Chief, Alexandria City Fire Department
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