Joseph Juhl, AIA, NCARB, CPHC

In his career as an architect, Joe Juhl has developed sensitivity to client needs, awareness of current issues affecting planning, design, and construction, and a well-rounded set of skills in architectural methods and technologies. He has been a member of the design team on a variety of project types including residential, commercial, workplace, religious, municipal, mixed-use, historic preservation, and adaptive re-use.

Joe holds a Master of Architecture with a sustainable design concentration from Judson University, where he also served as Kern Research Fellow while a student. And with a Bachelor of Arts in biblical studies from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Joe brings a deep regard for history, culture, and society. He understands that his work in architecture does not happen in a vacuum, but has a profound impact on the people and communities who are interconnected through the built environment.

Joe is a licensed architect in the State of Illinois, a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and a Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC®).