Stroh Architecture, Inc. originated in 1987 and has been based in Prescott, Arizona since 1992. Principal Douglas Stroh offers 40 years of professional experience. The Firm has successfully completed numerous projects for governmental clients as well as private entities, including the following:

  • Ak-Chin Indian Community
  • Arizona Dept. of Transportation
  • Chemehuevi Indian Tribe
  • City of Phoenix
  • City of Prescott
  • City of Sedona
  • City of Somerton
  • City of Williams
  • City of Winslow
  • Coconino County
  • Colorado River Indian Tribes
  • Fort Mojave Indian Tribe
  • Havasupai Indian Tribe
  • Hualapai Indian Tribe
  • Maricopa Water District
  • State of Arizona
  • Town of Camp Verde
  • Town of Chino Valley
  • Town of Parker
  • Town of Pinetop-Lakeside
  • Town of Prescott Valley
  • Town of Safford
  • Town of Snowflake
  • U.S. Veterans Administration
  • Ute Mountain Ute Tribe
  • Williams Housing Authority
  • White Mountain Apache Tribe
  • Yavapai-Apache Nation
  • Yavapai College
  • Yavapai County
  • Yavapai Prescott Indian Tribe

Our approach of applying cost control at the very beginning of a project has been very successful for our clients and their projects. We have a proven track record for estimating construction costs that fall within the final approved budget. The ability to stay within budget and create successful projects has led to a recurring relationship with our clients. Eighty percent of our work is generated by return clients.

The Firm has designed numerous tribal, governmental, cultural and community facilities in the past, including over 100 projects funded by HUD CDBG, BIA, IHS and Arizona State Parks Heritage Fund Grants.

The firm has significant Historic preservation adaptive reuse experience and has garnered design awards for their accomplishments. Doug Stroh is past chairman of the city of Prescott Preservation Commission where he served for thirteen years. We have been recognized in numerous publications and honored with many design awards including the following:

  • The 2014 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Award for the renovation and adaptive reuse of the McHat Inn, now known as the Wagon Wheel Winery, located in Pittman Valley, Arizona.
  • The 2009 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Award for the renovation and adaptive reuse of the Lorenzo Hubbell Trading Post, located in Winslow, Arizona.
  • The 2006 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Award for the adaptive reuse of the Clemenceau Smelter Building, now known as the Verde Valley Senior Center, located in Cottonwood, Arizona.
  • The City of Prescott’s 2006 Preservation Award for the adaptive reuse of the Yavapai College Rock House.
  • The Prescott Valley Economic Development Foundation’s 1998 Beautification Award for Outstanding Architectural Design for the National Bank.
  • The prestigious 1994 Arizona Masonry Guild Merit Award for design of the Arizona Institute of Medicine and Surgery, located in Kingman, Arizona.
  • A 1991 Silver Award for the best new office building in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the 50,000 square foot Flamingo Place.
  • Southwest Contractor, “Native American Construction on the Rise”, April/May, 2010.
  • Engineering News-Record, “Indian Tribes Put $3 Billion in Stimulus Funds to Work”, June 7, 2010.