We handle all of the orchestration of your project. This includes securing and managing contractors, materials, permits, inspections, and more while keeping all costs within budget and deliverables on time.


Whether the project is a small upgrade or a complete build-out, your project will be managed with the same attention to detail and the same level of integrity and honesty.

You have enough on your plate managing the business aspects of your business. And let’s face it, architectural project managment and design is not likely something you have an enormous amount of experience with… which is why we handle all of that for you. Whether it’s contractors, building supplies, or handling the paperwork for getting the right permits – we’ll take care of you. We prefer it, actually. Because we want this project to go smoothly, on budget and on time.


Pride. Quality.

We aim to provide the highest quality finished product while providing full and honest disclosure to all our clients. From our pricing, to billing & changes, our clients are provided with documentation from start to finish. 



We have completed immensely heavy projects, like a 1,100 pound art-install, but often times beauty is in the details like light fixtures and overhangs; both of which are only possible with a solidly-engineered space.



Your passion for your vision is a perfect pairing for our passion for design. We love to inspire, create, and engage.



Whether it is sketches on napkins or taking a walk around in a prospective new space – we can provide our feedback and initial thoughts to add value and help get the ball rolling.

What makes a best new restaurant? It takes more than just a plate of good food. There’s consistency to take into account, and the waitstaff and the ambience too, but mostly it’s that spirited vibe when an eatery fires on all cylinders.

Amanda M. Faison, Best New Eats Magazine

Amory Narvaes looks towards Frasca’s kitchen and laughs, realizing the design process has come full-circle. The chefs are designing meals within the design he and architect Sarah Brown created for the Boulder, Colorado restaurant…. Redesigning and expanding a James Beard award-winning restaurant isn’t easy…

Jenny Seyfried, Design Bureau Magazine

The ingenuity of the American immigrant, Western expansion, and the Transcontinental Railroad are all inspirations embodied in the Lower 48 Kitchen, a restaurant near Coors Field in downtown Denver designed and constructed by Narvaes Western.

Brendan Dabkowski, Design Bureau Magazine

For the best seat in the house at Vita: Request one of the sexy, loungy booths that’s made for cocktail sipping and canoodling. Or, on a nice night, the rooftop patio.

Chef Max Mackissock, Quoted in 5280 Magazine