Shultz + Associates is located on the second floor of a rehabilitated 1890 storefront structure on Historic Main Avenue, Downtown Fargo. The first floor was designed to accommodate an upscale retail store and has held various other functions to date. The work, which restored the building to its 1912 vintage, was designed by Shultz + Associates and completed in 2000. Rehabilitation of the 612 1/2 storefront and S+A loft was the first complete Renaissance Zone Project in North Dakota.
Shultz + Associates’ team approach to client satisfaction is nurtured by our studio environment and is reflected through a design process that is a collaborative effort between client, consultants, and the team at S+A. Our commitment to providing high quality design, highly personalized service and innovative solutions is a direct result of that effort.
David Shultz’s expertise extends beyond the technical aspects of design and construction, collaborating with his clients to explore and develop facility solutions that uniquely support the work and mission of the client’s organization. With respect to work environments, David has been at the leading edge of understanding how evolving technologies and changing work patterns are influencing new and exciting opportunities for dynamic work places that support both the employee and the business mission.
Jared is a 2011 graduate of the Master of Architecture program at North Dakota State University. He began working at Shultz + Associates Architects in January of 2012. Jared earned his LEED Accredited Professional credential in 2014, has led several LEED projects for S+A and continues to promote sustainable design in all projects. In 2014, Jared was awarded the Intern of the Year Award by the North Dakota Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and achieved Architectural Registration in the State of North Dakota in 2015. Jared brings an exceptional ability to focus on the details without losing sight of the big picture to the S+A team.
Amanda is a 2013 graduate of the Master of Architecture Program at North Dakota State University. Amanda has project management experience in diverse project typologies and a well-rounded skillset in various stages of project implementation ranging from Construction Document preparation to Construction Administration. In 2016, Amanda was awarded the Intern of the Year Award by the North Dakota Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and achieved Architectural Registration in the State of North Dakota in 2017. Amanda has a passion for childcare and education and currently volunteers as a religious education teacher at her church in Kindred, ND.