Supporting the functions of manufacturing and distribution while conveying a sense of culture and community through the built environment is vital to the process of building banks, train stations, factories, or retails. This requires an architect who can develop cost-effective design solutions to enhance the productivity of both people and machinery while offering an impactful and engaging spatial experience.

To help you choose the right designer equipped to handle your building requirements, the below list includes the best industrial architects in Anaheim, California. These firms were selected for their accreditations, certifications, and professional affiliations, in light of their industry awards, client reviews, and press features.  The below will provide information about the range of services the firms offer, their specializations, and the length of time they have been in the industry.

Lee & Sakahara Architects, Inc.

16842 Von Karman Ave., Suite 125, Irvine, CA 92606

For forty-two years, Lee and Sakahara Architects, Inc. (Leesak) has delivered exceptional architecture and planning services to national and international clients.  Its in-house staff supports its capabilities in site development, construction administration, project entitlements, LEED design, government agency liaison, and tenant-related services. As a member of the US Green Building Council, Leesak designs structures that are sensitive to the environment. The firm utilizes advanced Building Information Modeling (BIM), which permits clients and end-users to visualize and evaluate multiple design options.

Founder and CEO Douglas H. Lee worked as the chief architect for the world-renowned architect, Paolo Soleri, and he operated as the director of design for a multinational architectural and engineering firm where he gained a wealth of international experience. He brings thirty years’ worth of expertise into practice as a registered architect in twenty states. 

Douglas is dedicated to the successful completion of each project at Leesak that allows ownership to meet their goals. The South 15 Airport Industrial Park is a testament to his ability. The project consists of two Type IIIB construction buildings, consisting of concrete Tilt-Up walls, a panelized roof system, and an insulated storefront glazing. Landscaping was provided on the north and west sides in accordance with Title 19 of the City of Henderson Development Standards.

Carlile Coatsworth Architects

18600 MacArthur Boulevard, Suite 300, Irvine, CA 92612

Carlile Coatsworth Architects (CCa) is an architectural design and consulting firm that caters to commercial, industrial, and residential clients. It applies problem solving in the process of exploring design solutions that address the needs of the client, taking the rationale and context of their project into consideration. The firm’s client-oriented approach, coupled with its deep familiarity with construction and materials, has afforded CCa recognition from NAIOP and the AIA.

Collaborative leadership sets Carlile Coatsworth Architects apart, enabling it to serve as the client’s strategic partner and the innovator among design firms. Founding principal Calvin J. Coatsworth is an exemplar of this leadership model. His extensive background as an architect contributes to Stayner Architects’ architecture practice. He has cultivated the firm’s experience in industrial design and its know-how around the specific challenges of warehouse construction.

CCa designed the 168,000 square-foot Railroad Avenue Distribution Center with a second story office area of 9,000 square feet. The client desired a clean and modern look, which was achieved with a generous use of glass and metal panels in a tilt-up concrete structure. The completed project was awarded a LEED Silver Certification.

Bundy-Finkel Architects

1120 Bristol Street, Ste. 120, Costa Mesa, CA  92626

Bundy-Finkel Architects provides comprehensive architecture, planning, and interior design services for residential and commercial clients. It manages document production, construction administration, structural and electrical engineering, plumbing, and cost estimation. The firm produces architectural work that marries function and design through a collaborative process. Bundy-Finkel Architects utilizes innovative software to visualize projects at all stages of development, which enables clients to participate in the entire design process.

Timothy Bundy and Richard Finkel both fulfilled their roles as Principals at Blomgren Associates Architects before teaming up to form Bundy-Finkel Architects. Bundy leverages his knowledge as a LEED accredited professional in growing the firm’s sustainability practice. His design expertise is complemented by Finkel’s prowess in marketing, construction administration, and computer-aided design. 

The principals supervise the team in achieving clients’ strategic objectives. A product of their integrity and teamwork is Najarian Furniture’s state-of-the-art warehousing facility in Rancho Cucamonga, California. The 235,000 square-foot furniture distribution and assembly facility features 10,000 square feet of office space and a 8,000 square-foot second-story showroom. The dramatic glass volume at the main entrance distinguishes the building and allows natural light to filter in.