About Tim Nichols

Tim Nichols Architect combines decades of industrial and commercial jobsite experience with design-build technique and expert architectural project delivery for the modern workplace.

About Tim Nichols: Tim Nichols ran projects for Turner Construction and Bechtel in the 1970s including a Standard Oil tank farm in Oakland, California and highway overpasses in Woodside, California. Tim came to Michigan in the 1980s and ran the layout for the Omni Hotel at the Millender Center and was General Foreman for the 350,000 square foot expansion of Cobo Hall in Downtown Detroit.

In the 1990s Tim built truck docks, roads, underground storm water systems, CAD stations and a distribution center at manufacturing facilities for Ford Motor Company. He then set up his own construction company and worked on industrial, commercial and residential renovations

Tim pursued his lifelong passion for design by getting a Master of Architecture degree at Lawrence Tech in 2003 and passing the Architectural Registration Examination several years later to become licensed in Michigan.

Operating as a sole practitioner in many aspects of architectural design, Tim has developed a particular expertise in taking jobs from subsoil explorations, topographical surveys through site plan review, building design and certificate of occupancy.