Author Archives: Ben

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Capitol Investment

Comma-Q Architecture was recently awarded the important task of overseeing restoration efforts and improvements on the Montana State Capitol building.

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Schoolin’

Step outside. Feel that? Hints of warm yellow sunlight are starting to push out the cold blue days of winter, and that means construction like crazy in the Gallatin Valley. And for Comma-Q, this construction season means schools.

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Christmas 2015 – Being Together

Happy Holidays! Take time to be with family and friends. We will be here in 2016, to pick up right where we left off.

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Sew it and they will come

Over the past few months Scott Dean has been methodically passing sections of the Architect Registration Examination. So, when it came time to decide on his patch we had to take a leap of faith. It was a short leap.

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The Freshest Architect in Montana

Introducing Tripp Lewton, Architect. Comma-Q Architecture is proud announce that Tripp has earned the title of Architect. Congratulations Tripp!

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Peas That Please

13,000 cases of canned veggies per day left the loading dock of the Bozeman Pea Cannery at its peak output. Now, after being dark for the past 53 years, we have something cool to show you!

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The Willson Residences, Revealed

Bridger Builders is rescuing one of Bozeman's most endangered buildings, See inside this exciting Comma-Q project!

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Cut the Ribbon!

The Willson Auditorium was unveiled today and the reviews are in (spoiler alert, they're good).

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Resurrection

The Gallatin County Free High School is 30,000 square feet of history that has floundered aimlessly since 1999. Bridger Builders of Bozeman, has a vision of creating 18 small custom homes and Comma-Q leads the way.

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Agricultural Art Shed

“I am third generation homestead Montanan,” says Deana Albers. “My grandparents homesteaded north of Fort Benton and my oldest brother still runs the farm.” Her studio, which she and her architect husband designed and built themselves, is made of the recycled metals from her family’s farm. - Bozeman Daily Chronicle

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Now Hear This!

Bozeman School District No. 7 and the Bozeman Schools Foundation are renovating the Willson School Auditorium. Constructed in 1937, The Auditorium is part of the art-deco style Willson School and serves as the primary venue for School District and community performances. Much has changed in the field of acoustic design since the room was originally constructed learn more about it here!

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Christmas Delivery 2013

As 2013 closes, and 2014 peeks its head around the corner, the entire crew at Comma-Q Architecture sends our very best wishes to the clients, consultants, neighbors and friends that have supported us over the past year. 2013 marks the twentieth anniversary for Comma-Q Architecture, and in 2014 we will see some of our most significant projects take shape and become part of the fabric of our community. What a great year!

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Jabs Hall – the Z dimension

Since excavation began last summer, a lot has happened at Montana State University's new College of Business, Jabs Hall. Except most of it is underground!

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You Want Candy With That?

Happy Halloween from Comma-Q Architecture! From ours to yours: Have a safe time out there kids!

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Decade #3

Blowing out 20 Candles! Please join us this Friday at 5pm for drinks and appetizers. There might be cake . . .

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