Engineering &

Architectural Services


Integris’ engineering and architectural services are provided by in-house professionals—licensed, certified, and reputable among private and federal agencies. We offer comprehensive engineering and design capabilities within civil, structural, and environmental disciplines. Our innovative expertise, paired with industry-leading software, guarantees project excellence from start to finish.



Our commitment to serving you is at the very core of our design process. We invite you to sit down with us and share your vision. Our skilled team of experts will pay close attention to your personal aesthetic and lifestyle needs, and integrate them into the design plans. We will thoroughly evaluate every element within the design and make recommendations that align perfectly with your budget. During a site inspection, our team will take note of any restrictions within the site conditions, and develop a strategy that best suits your needs. We will also walk you through any potential opportunities for improving your design or reducing your costs. By the end of this stage, we will have a clear understanding of your desires and expectations, and you will have two or three design options that fit your style and function goals.




Once you’re happy with the plans, we will assist you with the pricing process and make any necessary adjustments to reduce costs without compromising quality. An extra layer of information will be added to the drawings that will provide specifications for permit reviewers and builders. After your final approval, the drawings will officially become construction plans within the builder’s contract. Once construction begins, these plans will serve as the ultimate guide in the creation of your vision.


We are able to offer services for most of the continental United States. For more information, please contact us at 713-920-7123.

Integris' engineering and architectural services are successfully approved and implemented by major federal agencies, such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Air Force.