Daniel H. Clinger, A.I.A.


As a founding Principal and Director of Design for CSA Architects, Daniel Clinger offers over 35 years of experience as an architect and planning professional.  A registered Architect and member of the American Institute of Architects, Daniel Clinger has received recognition for the design of many major projects.  A personal interest in green building technology and efficient building systems design has been a benefit to CSA Architects designed projects for many years.

Daniel Clinger has developed an architectural design methodology which integrates the multifaceted requirements demanded by today’s environmental needs, marketing concerns and economic conditions with the highest level of design quality obtainable within a projects budget constraints.  Producing a building design that clearly addresses the Owner’s functional, aesthetic and economic requirements has always been the collective goal in the design process.  Programming and preliminary planning are crucial first steps in the life of a project which receive special attention and thorough analysis.

Daniel Clinger’s early interest in computer aided design technology positions CSA Architects to best utilize this powerful design tool.  CAD provides a superior way of designing, managing, and producing a project that has significant tangible benefits for building Owners and Developers.  Mr. Clinger is personally committed to providing the highest level of services in assisting building owners accomplish their goals, and to add to the community buildings that will enhance the quality of life for the people who use them.


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