Some children read comic books or watch TV when they are bored. Tim Sievers drew house plans. At the University of Idaho, his thesis focused on the project that would become known as the first phase of BODO — and after graduation, he saw his designs become reality. Now, more than 25 years later, including 17.5 with CSHQA, Tim thrives on helping his clients by building problem-solving teams that make their plans come to life. He has had many successful projects both in the local market, and throughout the country.
Tim is happiest when he’s building and creating, and that extends to his home life. You can always find him tinkering, either on his many house projects or his hot rods.