Congratulations St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Waukesha on your platinum award-winning renovation. Last night we were proud to accept a platinum award at the ASID WI “Design Infinity” 2017 Design Awards Gala. The results our firm achieves is as much due to the hard work, trust and generosity of our clients as it is from our skill, creativity and passion for design.Read More
“2 Truths and A Lie” About Pete Schneider – NAIOP Developing Leader All Star:
1) The Schneider family boat is named The Tin Can.
2) Before becoming an architect, Pete was an Olympic curler (complete with mustache).
3) Pete’s favorite musical group is the Wu Tang Clan.
You can meet Pete in person at the NAIOP Spring Networking Happy Hour on March 21st at Fuel Café and read more Pete truths here: http://naiop-wi.org/developing-leaders-star-spotlight-pete…/Read More
Top Projects honor those in the industry whose projects met and exceeded expectations in 2017. Congratulations BMO and Compass Properties.Read More
We focus on the design process to develop an honest expression of our client’s program and character. Click to see how GROTH Design Group takes ideas from design to reality.Read More
It is with a heavy heart, but many good wishes, that GROTH Design Group says good bye for now to Eduardo Juarez. We are behind you as you pursue your Masters in Architecture at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in Mexico City. @UNAM.MX.Oficial
Best of luck Eddie, you will be missed.Read More
We are excited to be a part of all that's happening in Mequon-Thiensville.Read More
Feed Your Soul - An ASID-WI (American Society of Interior Designers of WI) partner event was attended by GDG's Katie Barczak and Caitlin Duerr.Read More
GROTH Design Group had a Great Time @ It’s About Time. Congratulations @WIDMKE on a great event last night.Read More
The blessing and groundbreaking for the new convent for the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi was an exciting occasion for all involved.Read More
GROTH Design Group received an ALA Design Award for the Trinity Lutheran Church in Elkhart, Indiana project.Read More