Craig Slocum has spent more than 30 years at CSHQA, but his architecture career started in junior high school drawing and designing custom houses for his favorite athletes. The famous athletes never saw Craig’s designs, but they included the thoughtfulness and attention to detail that has made Craig an essential part of CSHQA.

Craig oversees a team of architects and architects in training who are responsible for the programming, design, documentation, and construction administration for many of the firm’s retail, restaurant, and hospitality projects.

Over the years, he’s worked on a number of important projects, including the Albertson’s Center in Jackson, Wyoming, which required more than three years of negotiation and approval. He worked hand-in-hand with clients to create One Nineteen Condominium and the Inn at 500, collaborating to deliver projects that go beyond the norm.

When he’s not making projects come to life, you can find Craig spending time with his wife and two daughters or teeing up on the golf course.

Licensing and Certification
Licensed Architect: CT, DE, ID, IN, MA, MI, MT, MN, OH, PA, RI, VA
Certified, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)

American Institute of Architects (AIA)
International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Idaho Governmental Relations Committee Chair
Leadership Boise (LB), Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce
National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP)
Urban Land Institute (ULI) Idaho District Council

Craig A. Slocum, AIA, NCARB

Architect Principal / VP Business Development

BArch, University of Idaho, 1988