DISCIPLINES

Your project deserves seasoned professionals who bring a passion for the planning and design of technologies for the built environment. Owners trust our research and development of technology trends in education, healthcare, business and government, focusing on the future of learning, healing, collaboration, and communications.

Our commitment to your project means

      • Visionary perspective guide recommendations for each client
      • Scalable services for projects of varying size
      • Integrated disciplines simplifies project management coordination
      • Best in class documentation minimizes change orders
      • Industry thought leaders on technology trends

What Clients Say

The Sextant Group’s drawings are the best in the industry.
Keven Siegert, Director, Media Services, The University of Arizona College of Medicine
In a competitive environment where every differentiating factor can mean the difference between winning and losing, these guys have been a differentiating factor for us.
Marjorie Simmons AIA, Principal, SHW Group
i-SCIENCE was an invaluable resource to the design team. A solution oriented team player whose level of expertise was evident day one. While their focus was Medical and Laboratory design and equipment, they brought a working knowledge of healthcare and laboratory operations, processes and, design and construction, to the project. They were instrumental in our success.
Robert Gerdeman, Project Manager, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center
The best technology infrastructure documents I have seen in 30 years.
Phil Spencer, Senior Project Manager, Kiewit Construction
I have no doubt your faculty development workshop will transform our concept of learning and set the stage for what is possible for years to come.
Sandy Bretz, System Support Analyst, University of Missouri Kansas City
Everyone, I mean everyone, in our organization who touched the bid set told me, “This is the best set of bid documents I’ve ever seen.”
Brad Sousa, VP Sales & Marketing, Integrated Media Systems