Freeman’s Architecture is a design firm that can provide architectural design for Michigan's rapidly changing economy. Freeman Greer has produced architecture throughout Michigan since 1993. Freeman received his Masters of Architecture from Lawrence Technological University and is currently licensed in Michigan, Florida, New York, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
He is a member of the American Institute of Architects - Flint and is a past President. Other memberships include NCARB, Historical Society of Michigan, and Genesee County Historical Society. Freeman has been recognized by the Michigan State Historic Preservation office as a Historic Architect.
Freeman has actively worked with the Flint community and throughout Michigan to design Michigan’s built environment. Projects in Flint include the Flint Vehicle City arches, First Street Lofts, Stockton Center at Spring Grove, Totem Books, Hamilton Community Health Care Network in Burton, Hamilton Administration offices, and Hamilton Main Medical Facility. Freeman has also been active in other communities such as Owosso where they designed the Young Dealership according to Chevrolet brand standards, and renovated a two story building for Chemical Bank. Freeman’s Architecture is actively working on projects all over Southeast Michigan, including Sterling Heights, Fraser, Flint, Davison, Royal Oak, and Trenton.
We look forward to working with you on your next business venture, whether it is a new build, expanding or renovating. See our contact page to discuss your ideas free of charge.
Our architectural services include but are not limited to:
• Preliminary budgeting
• Facility space planning
• Site/facility evaluation selection
• Site planning and evaluation
• Schematic design
• Design development
• Construction documentation
• Construction administration
• Historical renovation/documentation
• Single and multi-family residential
• Medical offices
• Retail facilities
• Industrial facilities