Biggie Smalls

Comma-Q, 62.5% Architects. It makes us exceptionally powerful (and cool).

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Crossing Paths at Barnard Hall

The new Barnard Hall entry is an active, light-filled space that inspires student interaction and collaboration.

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Team Building. Again.

Kelly Olinger is new. Brand new. They say change is hard, but sometimes change is easy

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Team Building

Comma-Q Architecture is so pleased to announce the addition of Elizabeth Growney to our team!

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Architect, Architect

Sten Witmer and Mike Guiliano are Registered Architects! Congratulations on a job well done. With the addition of these two, Comma-Q Architecture is now 62.5% Architects (5/8).

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Selfie

Comma-Q Architecture and our entire team of design professionals are proud to receive a 2016 AIA Merit Award for Jabs Hall at Montana State University.

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Jamrog In The House!

Comma-Q Architecture is pleased to welcome Stephanie Jamrog to our creative and experienced staff.

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Big Skyscrapers

Montana Hall was destroyed. At least that's what we told the kids. The event was the 2016 Monforton Art & Culture Fair, the annual fundraiser to support Arts and Cultural Education at Monforton School.

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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!

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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