Carney Logan Burke Architects

Carney Logan Burke Architects

Carney Logan Burke Architects was established as Carney Architects in 1992 in Jackson, Wyoming.  The firm maintains a commitment to enhance mountain communities through thoughtful, innovative design and to create a legacy of buildings in tune with the region’s natural beauty.

Since its inception the studio has grown to accommodate a staff of 20 led by founding principal John Carney and partners, Eric Logan and Kevin Burke.  The organization maintains an informal and collegial atmosphere that encourages individual creativity and teamwork in an open, collaborative environment.

The work of the office spans a wide variety of project types in Wyoming and the greater west.Community facilities, commercial buildings, resorts, and mixed-use complexes make up the public side of the practice, while affordable housing and residential architecture allows the firm to apply a broad range of materials and technologies.  In both institutional and residential projects the firm’s commitment to sustainable design and sense of place has resulted in numerous awards and publications including the American Institute of Architects Western Mountain Region Firm of the Year in 2009.

AIA Firm of the Year 2009


5 Lazy R Fort | Wilson, Wyoming

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http://www.clbarchitects.com/

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