Bullock Tice Associates, Inc. (BTA) is a small business, well-established architectural and interior design firm with over 50 years of experience. The practice offers services in architecture, sustainable design, strategic facility planning, programming and budgeting, space planning, interior design and construction administration. Located in Pensacola, Florida, the firm serves both private and public sector markets. Clients include private developers, electric utilities, financial institutions, federal agencies, state and municipal governments, and colleges and universities.
BTA listed as a Top Architecture Firm in two national surveys
Bullock Tice Associates has landed the number 262 slot in Architectural Record's annual Top 300 Architecture Firm list as well as the number 254 slot in the Almanac of Architecture & Design's Top 333 Design and Architecture Firms 2013 edition.
Architectural Record, published by McGraw-Hill, is one of the country's premier publications dedicated to architecture and interior design. Their 2013 Top 300 list ranks U.S. companies according to revenue in the prior year. BTA was one of 12 firms in the state of Florida and the only firm headquartered in Northwest Florida to make the list.
The Almanac of Architecture & Design, published by Design Intelligence, is an annual publication that serves as a detailed directory of more than 800 design firms. The almanac also ranks North America's top 333 design firms based on annual revenue of the prior year. BTA was one of 10 firms in the state of Florida and the only firm headquartered in Northwest Florida to make the top 333.
Major projects awarded to BTA in 2012 include a $34.4 million SOF Rotary Wing Hangar at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky; an $11.7 million Physical Fitness Center at Ft. Riley, Kansas (on-track for LEED Silver Certification); a $34.8 million project at Duke Field, Florida encompassing multiple facilities for the Aviation Foreign Internal Defense (AvFID) program; a $6.9 million Parking Garage at the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center in Augusta, GA; and a HMA Hospital Medical Office Building in Batesville, Mississippi.
Regarding the firm's position in the Top 300, John P. Tice, Jr., FAIA, CEO/President of BTA, commented, "Making this list in this economy is an indication that God has truly blessed us."
Future competitive advantages and continued success depend on how well capital investments achieve their intended objectives. We deliver innovative and cost-effective design solutions that maximize capital investments through increased productivity, greater energy efficiency, and lower life cycle costs. More
We have always embraced an intelligent and creative services integration philosophy, including high-quality interior design, for all projects. Using this approach, a cohesive unification of exterior and interior architectural elements is achieved and final design solutions are greatly enhanced. More
Environmental stewardship is at the core of every BTA design project; delivering feasible sustainable solutions that positively influence client comfort, safety and profitability remains a principal obligation and goal for our practice. More