Simonsen Architect is located in the historic Electric Building (former Montana Power Building) located at Broadway in downtown Billings, Montana. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is situated in the City’s urban core. Our address is 115 North Broadway and we are located on the fourth floor in daylight filled Suite 402 overlooking the active streetscape.
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Eric and I met a few years ago when I was referred to him to design a home that I hoped would stand out in our region. Eric is one of those people who inspires you to do great and to make dreams a reality. Eric knew how tight our design deadline was but knew how important it was to me. He worked around the clock, even in airports. Even though we had to move quickly, the process and our time spent together was fun and memorable. It wasn’t just “doing business” it was an experience.
Zimmerman Place; Billings, Montana
Eric has a masterful approach to his work. He is an honest, forthright, high level communicator who worked very closely with us and followed up frequently. His ethos incorporates a strong sense of history, culture and community into his practice, and he has an amazing ability to translate clients’ vision into something special that they will bring great joy.
Eric accommodated literally every item on our wishlist making our home truly custom. He was also very quick to respond to questions that arose during the construction process.
Carla and Patrick Cobb
Eric has helped us on three different projects. He has shown an innate ability to listen, understand, and improve on our ideas. His timely, professional, insightful, and thorough approach is something that always meets or exceeds our expectations.
Bill & Amy Brown
I have had the pleasure of working with Eric Simonsen on a variety of projects ranging from residential to commercial. It's a joy to work with someone who is so dedicated and engaged to his craft.
David Hiltner, Executive Director & Artist
Red Lodge Clay Center