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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

NEW Architecture: The Eisen Group of Washington DC

In previous posts we have profiled several Canadian architects who are focused on sustainable design and green buildings, and this post carries on the tradition with our first presentation of a USA architect / planner dedicated to sustainability in architecture and design, DC's The Eisen Group.

If you arrive at The Eisen Group website and feel that you have the wrong company, it's likely you have in fact landed on the wrong site, as there are two companies with the same name:

TheEisenGroup.com - TEG The Eisen Group is a Washington, DC-based leading development consulting, urban planning and architectural firm offering sensible planning, innovative design, mixed-use strategies, and development advisory services to clients across the nation.

EisenGroup.com Building Products- Established in 1938 by Robert A. Eisen, The Eisen Group is a manufacturer’s representative agency for quality Architectural Building Products. Our focus begins with the architects and owners, assisting them in establishing standards for our products. We provide design consulting for the architectural firm and follow through with installation inspection and owner training on care and maintenance of our products.

This post profiles TheEisenGroup.com, the DC-area architectural firm.

The Eisen Group - Washington DC Green Architecture Design

Led by Jon Eisen (Managing Principal), Tom Moriarty (Principal) and Robert Wolsheski (Senior Associate), The Eisen Group (TEG) team of architects has experience in many building types, combining outstanding design skills with expert project management to help create great places.

Urban Planning

The Eisen Group offers comprehensive urban planning that focuses on how zoning, public policy, land value, and redevelopment efforts impact the built environment - not to mention the highest and best use for your asset. TEG planners have worked on more than 50 million square feet of mixed-use planning as well as tens of thousands of residential units across the country. 


- Mixed-Use Buildings
- Multi-Family Buildings
- Townhomes
- Office Buildings
- Hotels
- Retail Pads / Centers
- Retail Tenant Spaces
- Concept Testing and Review
- Space Planning


TEG brings both analytical resources and direct experience to create and recommend realistic, economically sustainable development programs, to evaluate financial feasibility, and to document projected economic impacts.  The market will determine how these factors will affect implementation phasing, the best mix of land uses, and real synergy between development components.  


The Eisen Group knows how to brand, plan, analyze, and create visual cues to guide visitors and end-users through spaces ranging from downtowns to mixed-use villages, from back of house to parking garages, with services including: 

Project Branding Strategies
Logos / Corporate Identity
Specialty Signage 
Project Identities
Back of House Signage
Municipality Street Signage
Comprehensive Signage Approvals or Amendments


The Eisen Group is committed to creating better ways of communicating in the built environment, and understands how to brand, plan, analyze, and create visual cues to guide visitors and end-users through spaces ranging from downtowns to mixed-use villages, from back of house to parking garages.

Sustainability and Energy Efficiency

TEG offers a detailed section on the website illustrating sustainable design principles in architecture, and has also partnered with green developer Collins Woerman of Seattle WA to launch the leading edge Sustainable Living Innovations, a new company dedicated to providing the “most flexible, efficient, custom housing product on the market AND the only pre-fabricated system on the market that is scalable for mid-rise structures.”


The Eisen Group
623 H Street, NW Second Floor
Washington, DC 20001
P 202.595.1900
F 202.595.1905 

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