Carl Robertson, AIA
As a Principal Architect, Carl is dedicated to providing his clients with the highest value of architectural service. He is adamant about following a project through from start to finish, assuring that there is continuity from early design to construction completion. His personal mantra is "Always give the Client what they expect, plus a little bit more". His hands-on experience in a number of construction trades provide a sound foundation for a strong relationship between Architect and Contractor. He pays close attention to detail and lists his ability to solve complex problems as one of his greatest strengths.
Mark's thirty plus years of architectural drafting experience, along with his keen attention to detail, makes him a valued project manager. As a Principal, he understands the quality while keeping the schedule and budget in mind. He has coordinated entire projects, from schematic design through construction. Mark uses his thorough understanding of systems and unparalleled coordination skills to manage projects, as well as writing specifications and providing construction observation.
Abby is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin- Stout. Her passion for interior design started at a young age and has since grown. Abby has a strong sense of technical design and using her computer skills she strives to give clients a space they will enjoy for years to come.
Kelsey is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin- Stout. Her eye for color and design make her a wonderful asset to Sjoquist Architects Inc. Kelsey always aims to provide finishes that are perfect for your look, but also function for your business.
Pamela Sax, Assoc. AIA, LFA, LEED Green Associate
Pamela is a Minnesota native with a Master of Architecture from the University of Oregon, and a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Minnesota. She is an enthusiastic individual who enjoys building relationships with clients and strives to provide exceptional service. Pamela believes that passion for user-oriented, holistic design is what drives the creation of buildings that not only serve but inspire.