Eric S. Sickbert, AIA


Eric is responsible for overall financial management of the company, its financial reporting and transparency, and for multiple company functions including Information Systems and Human Resources. Eric has focused his career on educational architecture, working exclusively with local school districts in assisting them with their facility improvement projects for nearly 30 years. His experience ranges from larger, $40 million construction projects to the smaller $100 thousand window replacement projects. Eric is well versed in all aspects of a school construction project and enjoys sharing that knowledge and experience with others.

When Eric is not working, you will more than likely find him outside. You might find him in the backyard but he could also be on top of a mountain somewhere.


  • Camping
  • Off-Roading at Jeep Jamboree
  • Computer Gaming
New Elementary School Designed for Anywhere, Anytime Learning
Top Midwest Design Firm
Classrooms Tailored to Next Generation Science Curriculum
Top 300 Architecture Firms
Student Focused Renovations
Renovations at Kennedy Elementary School in Schiller Park, IL
Addition at Kennedy Elementary in Schiller Park, IL
Inspiring Learning Everywhere
Feeling Right at Home with Books
Merging the Past with the Present
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Eric Sickbert

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