ZMM Architects & Engineers
- Architects & Engineers
ZMM was founded in 1959 in Charleston, West Virginia by Ray Zando, Ken Martin, and Monty Milstead. Since the inception of the firm, ZMM has been dedicated to providing an integrated approach to building design for our clients. ZMM delivers this integrated approach by providing all building related design services, including architecture, engineering (civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical), interior design, and construction administration from our office in Charleston. Our integrated design approach makes ZMM unique among architectural firms in West Virginia, and helps to ensure the quality of our design solutions by providing more thoroughly coordinated construction documents.
ZMM has maintained a diverse portfolio since the founding of the firm. Early commissions included higher education projects for West Virginia University and Concord College, State Office Buildings 5, 6, & 7 on the State of West Virginia Capitol Campus, and armories for the West Virginia Army National Guard. Maintaining a diverse practice for more than fifty years has provided ZMM with extensive experience in a variety of building types, including: educational facilities; governmental facilities (military, justice, correctional); healthcare facilities; commercial office space; light industrial facilities; and multi-unit residential facilities.
Over the last decade, ZMM has become a leader in sustainable or ?green? design in West Virginia. ZMM also employs a sustainability coordinator who assists our clients in determining appropriate sustainable design strategies for their projects.
- An integrated architecture and engineering firm established in Charleston in 1959
- Committed to sustainablility and design quality
- Our design services have been recognized by both state and national design awards
- Supports institutions that enhance the cultural landscape in West Virginia
Whom to Contact
- Adam KrasonAIA PrincipalPhone: (304) 342-0159
At the intersecton of Lee St. W. and Ohio Ave. on Charleston's West Side.