Timothy M. Sweeney, Architect - 
NCARB, LEED AP
 
Family Health Building, San Joaquin Mental Health
DESIGN + CONSTRUCTION SKILLS
BETTER SOLUTIONS:

Since 1977, public and private clients have been repeatedly selecting Tim Sweeney to create their latest design and building successes.

Tim is Northern Nevada's only architect to concentrate on both the SIPs and Modular markets, and so he is providing to his clients a full range of architecture and construction solutions beyond the limited, traditional ones.

Tim is a Nevada Native, born in Las Vegas and a resident of Reno since 1977.  Familiar with all Nevada and western environs, he is keenly tuned into creating solutions that reflect the particular needs of each locale.  

Tim is Architecturally licensed in 7 western states.   He also is a Nevada General Contractor with an unlimited license (inactive), and so with his extensive design and building experience, Tim is uniquely able to provide innovative, creative, and highly constructible Solutions.  The Key to Success in each Project is balancing Time, Quantity, Quality, and Money while working as a cohesive Team.

Canada Hall, University of Nevada-Reno
COMPETITIONS:

Tim Sweeney and his associated firm were notified by Malcolm Reading Consultants in London, England of their selection to participate in the Haitian Prototype housing Exposition known as the Building Back Better Communities ("BBBC") Competition (www.malcolmreading.co.uk/bbbc/).  This selection places Tim and his firm within an elite group of finalists from around the world who have already conceptually designed and will build their respective housing solutions in Port-au-Prince.  

The finalists participated in a Briefing Session with the Haitian government officials and the Interim Haiti Reconstruction Commission, co-chaired by President Bill Clinton, and the built solutions were available for viewing in the Expo.  The most preferred solution(s) were to be selected to become part of the new exemplar housing development known as the Orange site.

The Selection Committee consisted of many notable organizations and individuals, such as the World Bank, the Clinton Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Architecture for Humanity, John McAslan + Partners, and ARUP, and so the BBBC competition is seen as a watershed in setting new design and construction standards for not only Haiti, but also for other disaster-torn and developing countries. 

Full disclosure of the Sweeney Team's unique designs and proposals is available upon request under certain circumstances.



3-BR/2-BA New Haitian Prototype Home with Attached Cooking Area.