TETER, LLP is honored to be the architects and engineers for PG&E’s new Lemoore Service Center. Originally broadcasted on ABC30 on Thursday, July 13, 2017 LEMOORE, Calif. (KFSN) — Hard hats and shovels turning dirt are sure signs of progress coming to the South Valley. The ceremonial groundbreaking for PG&E’s newest Service Center in Lemoore went Read more


  TETER is honored to be listed by the Business Journal as 2017’s top ranking architectural firm. This ten (10) consecutive year achievement is made possible by our staff’s dedication to the 3 Cs: Commitment. Connection. Community. • Commitment to fulfilling our clients’ needs and exceeding their expectations. • Connection amongst each other to design buildings Read more


Modesto, CA (June 1, 2017) — TETER, LLP the largest Architectural and Engineering firm headquartered in the San Joaquin Valley is pleased to announce the acquisition of Pacific Design Associates, Inc. (PDA). TETER’s acquisition of PDA, an award-winning architectural design firm in Modesto, reinforces the firm’s vision to “Build a Better Valley”. Both TETER and Read more


TETER is pleased to announce the addition of Frank Felser, Construction Administrator.  Mr. Felser will apply his over twenty-five years of experience in the design and construction industries to TETER’s Construction Administration Team.  He believes that “no man is an island”, a personal philosophy that perfectly aligns with the Construction Administration Team’s professional teamwork and solutions-driven Read more


TETER, LLP is pleased to announce the promotion of Jonathan Schlundt, P.E. to Partner. The expansion of TETER’s Partner group strengthens the firm’s commitment to “Building a Better Valley”. Mr. Schlundt’s diverse experience as a licensed Mechanical Engineer, Mechanical Contractor, and Project Manager allows him to fulfill clients’ every need during design and construction. His problem Read more


College of the Sequoias Hanford Education Center will be undergoing some changes as the college aims to give students a campus with a more traditional college feel. The college has both an expansion project and a construction project on the horizon. Due to enrollment growth, COS President Stan Carrizosa said the Hanford campus of almost Read more