TETER celebrates 40 years of building a better valley.
TETER acquires Pacific Design Associates to open a Modesto office and also opens an office in San Luis Obispo to service clients in the North Valley and Central Coast. TETER reaches a milestone of 100 staff across its five offices. TETER adds architect Don Phillips the Partner group.
Jenn Pike-Owens and Aya Shitanishi are promoted to partner.
Bryan Glass is promoted to partner. The firm merges with Canby Architecture Studio and principal Stan Canby joins the partner group. The firm returns to its roots and becomes TETER. We open an office in Bakersfield.
teter a+e moves to a new office building with space three times larger to accommodate the company’s growth. teter a+e merges with The Taylor Group Architects. The firm is renamed to TaylorTeter Partnership (TTP).
Architects Clay Davis, Robert Thornton, and Jamie Hickman are promoted to partner status and create the foundation for the architectural team.
Teter Consultants changes its name to teter a+e to reinforce the strength of architects and engineers working together to service our clients.
Mechanical and plumbing engineering services are added to Teter Consultants’ engineering division.
Teter Consultants begins offering electrical engineering services to its rapidly multiplying client base.
A Fresno office opens to expand the firm’s A/E offerings for an ever-growing geographic marketplace.