Diverse Design Experience

DDG’s Architecture division is honored to celebrate a long history of creating exciting architectural environments since 2000. A strong foundation in retail architecture quickly led to growth in numerous areas of practice including, but not limited to:  corporate headquarter buildings, educational environments including K-12 and higher education, museum and interpretive spaces, multi-family dwellings, mixed use developments, master planned communities, financial institutions, correctional institutions, large industrial facilities, and medical facilities. By leveraging the remarkable strengths and talents of our resourceful architectural team, DDG has developed into a unified team of professional architects and interns dedicated to our company’s core values. Our mission is to elevate architectural experiences through responsive communication and innovation. Our vision is to provide high-quality building design environments, to create sought after design experiences, and to exceed client expectations in the gulf south region.

Provided Services

  • All Phases of Design from Pre-Design/Programming through Construction
  • Facility Needs Assessment
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Remodels and Renovations
  • LEED Design and Consultation
  • Permitting / Public Approvals
  • Roofing Evaluation and Replacement Design
  • Adaptive Reuse and Historical Renovation
  • Site Planning
  • Master Planning
  • 3-D Models through BIM Software
  • Realistic Renderings and Video Walkthroughs

“During the entire design-build process, DDG provided invaluable management and development coordination.  They addressed demands, acted efficiently, and provided well crafted building designs in an expedient manner.”

-Burt A. Adams, Capital Campaign Chair & Building Committee Co-Chair – Our Holy Cross Catholic Church

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High Quality Realistic Rendering - Nicholls State University Library

High Quality Realistic Video Rendering - Nicholls State University Library