Professional References

Experience, Resources, Availability
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Professional References

Mr. Gary Coombs, A.I.A
Ford, Powell & Carson, Inc.
1138 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78218-3023

210-226-1246

http://fpcarch.com


Judge Fulk
Mills County Judge
1011 4th Street Goldthwaite, TX

325-648-2222


Killis Almond & Associates
Killis P. Almond, FAIA
342 Wilkins Ave. San Antonio, TX  78210

210-532-3212
http://www.almond-architects.com


Ramiro O. Zapata, AIA

Architect
2902 North Flores San Antonio, TX 78212
210-734-7371
www.zapata-architecture.com


Barry Wagner
Architect
208 South Llano Street Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-997-9525
www.bwagnerarchitect.com


Dario Bucheli
Bucheli Religious Architecture
(210) 837-2389
www.dbucheli.com

Michael Gaertner
Michael Gaertner Architect

2200 Market St. Suite 501 Galveston, TX 77550

409-762-0500


Mr. Frank Amaro, A.I.A.
Chumney & Associates
8700 Crownhill Blvd. San Antonio, TX 78209

210-828-9400


Mr. Robert Morkovsky, A.I.A.
Morkovsky & Associates
613 NW. Loop 410 Suite. 510 San Antonio, TX 78216

210-341-5565


Texas Historical Commission
108 West 16th Street, 2nd floor Austin TX 78701-2276

210-463-6094


Jeffrey Fetzer, AIA
Architect

210-863-9290


Noe Guerra
Brooks County District Clerk
117 East Miller Street Falfurrias, TX

361-325-5604 ext 240

Mr. Frank Rotnofsky, A.I.A.
Frank Architects 
901 Victoria St. Suite A. Laredo, TX 78040
956-725-7418


 

Mr. Hayden Phillips
RVK Architects
645 E. Mulberry #601 San Antonio, Texas 78212
210-733-3535
http://www.rvk-architects.com


Karalei Nunn
1113 Architects 
P.O. Box 1607 Georgetown, TX 78627

512-869-1104


Stan Klein, AIA, NCARB
Architect & Preservation Consultant
P.O.Box 209 Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-456-6018

Experience, Resources and Accountability

Stoddard Construction’s management has combined construction experience exceeding one hundred and 60 years.   Stoddard Construction’s field superintendents have been with us for an average of over 15 years. JC Stoddard, with its own craftsmen, continues to perform much of the work now commonly subcontracted by many other general contractors who often broker the work.