Building Rhinelander: Accessible Architecture
Bailey Edward, a Chicago-based architecture, historic preservation and interior design firm, has recently expanded their services to the Rhinelander, Wisconsin area through the efforts of local resident, Mrs. Laurie Goscha. Goscha is a licensed architect in Wisconsin with 15 years experience practicing architecture that has focused on sensitive, yet creative solutions for renovation, addition and new construction projects. Previously serving as Chief Architect in Bailey Edward’s Champaign, Illinois office, she has been collaborating with the staff of Bailey Edward for the past seven years.
Goscha is anxious to utilize her knowledge of design and construction for education, healthcare, municipal and preservation projects throughout Oneida County. “The Northwoods has a wonderful heritage to preserve and build upon with opportunities for growth that will enhance the quality of life for all of our residents. As a local architect, I share the values held by our community and am looking forward to providing professional services for a variety of projects,” explained Goscha.
Goscha can be reached at 715.203.1843 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bailey Edward, a woman-owned small business, serves Wisconsin, Illinois and the entire Midwest Region. Founded in 1991, their clients include the U.S. Department of Agriculture, General Services Administration and Veterans Administration, to name a few. For more information, visit the firm’s website at www.baileyedward.com.