TETER Ranked #1 Fifteen Years in a Row

TETER is honored to be listed by The Business Journal as 2022’s top ranking architecture firm.

This fifteen consecutive year achievement is made possible by our staff’s commitment to our BE E.P.I.C. values

  • Exceptional: Relentless pursuit of maintaining both high performance and professional standards, never sacrificing quality
  • Professional: Respect your team and your client
  • Inspirational: Model positive examples in the pursuit of high expectations
  • Connected: Serve clients by making their needs top priority

Hiring the best and brightest professionals since 1979 has transformed us from a one-man shop to a 130+ company.

TETER strives to provide thoughtful leadership in the A/E/C profession for generations to come.


Loren Aiton is now a Certified Access Specialist (CASp)

TETER Senior Architect and Associate Loren Aiton is now a Certified Access Specialist (CASp)

COS to build new stadium at Visalia campus

Sequoia Stadium (designed by TETER) will be the new home of Giants football, soccer, and track and field in 2023.

Hosting Project Meetings

Aya Shitanishi and Megan Chang are featured in the latest edition of The Zweig Letter.

Bringing the outside inside

Clay Davis, Partner & Architect, shares his expertise about biophilic design

Clay Davis – Executive Profile

TETER Senior Partner Clay Davis is featured in The Business Journal

2021 Best Firm to Work For

TETER is 2021’s Best Firm to Work For in two categories

Connect Across Generations

Allyson McDonald and Megan Chang are featured The Zweig Letter.

Newly Licensed Architect

Tony Pavone is a newly licensed architect

Tony Pavone Achieves Professional Architectural Licensure

Tony Pavone successfully passed the Architect Registration Exam (ARE) and the California Supplemental Examination (CSE). The California Architects Board has granted Tony the esteemed title of Licensed Professional Architect.

Tony earned a Bachelor of Architecture from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design.

Clients such as Selma Unified School District, College of the Sequoias, and California State University Fresno have counted on Tony to project manage and design their educational and athletic facilities.

Some of Tony’s most recent noteworthy projects include Staley Stadium, Visalia Basic Skills Center, Hanford Education Center, and Madera South HS Stadium.

“Staley Stadium’s design and working with Tony and the rest of TETER has been an incredible experience. Now we’re able to single-handedly go through every part of the needs. The needs of the community, our physical education department, our track program, our fans, and our student athletes.”
– Randy Esraelian, Selma High School Athletic Director

Congratulations Tony your incredible accomplishment and on becoming a newly licensed architect!