Clockwork is honored by the recent recognition for our thoughtful design. We have graciously been presented with two major design awards; The Moosehead Dover-Foxtrot Mill received 2015 statewide Historic Preservation Honor Award for Stewardship; Baxter Springs Senior Residences received the 2015 Ad Astra award for Excellence in Innovation and Community Development.
The Moosehead Manufacturing Company, with the support of the Town of Dover-Foxcroft requested our help to explore the redevelopment of its former mill site, located at 5 East Main Street. The property consists of 80,000 sf on approximately 1.5 acres. It is bordered on the east and south by the Piscataquis River (with approximately 850’ of river frontage), Main Street to the north, and residential properties to the west.
The project leveraged historic tax credits and numerous other private and public funds to create a rich mixed use solution anchored by multi-family residential. The project is under construction and has become the anchor for a rejuvenation of town center.
Baxter Springs Senior Residences is a historic adaptive reuse project, converting the original Baxter Springs High School into 28 affordable apartments for adults 55 and older. The local Baxter community is delighted to have this historic building thoughtfully reimagined, carefully renovated and remain a prominent landmark in their community. The facility opens this November and we are eager to see the response to its new residents.
For Clockwork, it’s not about the award; it’s about measuring real metrics of the powerful impact good design has on communities. We do not design for design sake; we design with the next 15-20 years in mind – understanding how our design will function successfully and influence community growth.
While it does not take an award to know our impact is positive, it is encouraging to know all the hard work we put into listening intently to our partners and being laser focused on design details, really does translate into successful projects. This is what design is all about! Thank you, to our communities for trusting Clockwork, we are so proud.
10 Good Years Deserve 10 Good Deeds - Coldwater Food Pantry
Our Clockwork team geared up to crank it this past Saturday - raising awareness and contributing funds to the Coldwater Food Pantry in Lee's Summit. The early AM start made for impeccable weather on a normally heated August summer day. The terrain was beautiful moving fluidly through the historic downtown and sprawling neighborhoods. This race served as a platform for the Clockwork Team to kick start a biking fall.
For more information about Coldwater Food Pantry and how to get involved click here.
Design Director, Clockwork A+D
Facilitate & Influence firm-wide creative efforts to promote design excellence and provide Design Leadership to empower Clockwork’s Award-Winning Designers to craft unique and meaningful design visions.
"The Design Director role will allow me to continue to develop as a Designer, and afford opportunities to provide design leadership across the design studio. I look forward to strengthening relationships with our valued clients and collaborating with our growing team of award-winning designers to empower good design and help craft a vision for the work, and future, of Clockwork."
Principal, Clockwork A+D
Joining the leadership team at Clockwork with a focus on client service, while maintaining current responsibilities of project architect / project manager.
"I am very excited for this next chapter at Clockwork, our team is stronger than ever. We look to continue growth in new markets while continuing to excel in areas of our expertise with a focus on client service"
Clockwork is thrilled to announce the promotion of three deserving thought leaders.
Meet the trio who is positively impacting Clockwork growth; designing wicked portfolio pieces and delivering design that enhances our clients brand & mission.
father of five, yes five, you could say he drinks from the firehose...
architect by day, master D.J. by night and an emerging professional of the year
award winning artist, amateur woodworker and avid kayaker...yet always wanted to be a race car driver...
Clockwork Architecture has designed the next generation of affordable housing.
Daniel Umscheid, Clockwork Design Director and Neil Sommers, Clockwork Principal, lead tours Monday night through what is a true energy efficient, affordable home. This new affordable home is part of the Kansas City, Kansas Workforce Housing Market. The prototype house was designed by Daniel Umscheid in conjunction with Neighborworks America, Community Housing of Wyandotte County and Complete Property Solutions.