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"After a long and frustrating search for an architect to help us with an addition to our small home we came across Jim. His portfolio highlighted that he was more than qualified to tackle our humble little addition; nonetheless he took our project seriously, listened to our ideas and dreams and translated them beautifully onto paper.  Every step of the process with Jim was smooth and professional. Jim’s timely response to our queries is unprecedented in the world of contract work, his timeliness with getting us information we’d requested was the best we’ve encountered, his rates were totally affordable for our meager budgets and his plans passed approval by the county on the first round (something of a miracle if you’re at all familiar with Jackson County!). We highly recommend Jim to anyone who desires a highly talented professional who is easy to talk to and a pleasure to work with!"                    

-Chelsea and Tyler Davis      Applegate, Oregon


With an ever-growing list of completed projects throughout the Northwest, James W. Tibbs Architect possesses not only the education and qualifications to get the job done right, but also the experience, practical knowledge, and aesthetic vision to ensure the success of your project.

Regardless of the size of the project, home or facility design and construction is a major undertaking that takes a large commitment of time and resources.  The execution of such a task requires the skills, education and experience of a qualified professional.  It is wise then to enlist the services of such a professional to ensure that the design and construction process goes as smoothly and stress free as possible.

In addition, depending upon the scope of the project, a licensed architect or engineer may be required by the state or local jurisdiction.  Regardless, most local permitting agencies give credence to plans bearing the stamp and signature of a licensed architect over those prepared by unlicensed or less qualified individuals, which usually streamlines the permitting process.

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