ABOUT US
We are architects, designers, builders, and planners founded on the philosophy of Design Excellence. We are sensitive to each client’s special needs, we assure Partner participation in each project through construction, and our project management team is dedicated to service assuring cost control and schedules.

Southeast Architect Services has provided quality architectural services to this community for over 40 years. This success is backed by having completed projects totaling over $1,000,000,000.00 worth of construction during the firm’s history. Of major significance is the number of repeat clients who we have worked for:

  • Ford Motor Company
  • Noland Company
  • Landstar Properties
  • Related Group
  • Neighborhood Renaissance Inc
  • AHS
  • Savant Systems LLC
  • Preston Henn – Thunderbird Swap Shop
  • City of Tamarac
  • City of Margate
  • City of Lauderdale Lakes
  • City of Fort Lauderdale
  • City of Sunrise
  • Town of Davie
  • Army Corps of Engineering – Defend Department
  • Paterson Dental
  • S.Miller Company
  • United Dominion Realty

Meet the Team

Lawrence Kramer, President & Partner
Registered Architect, AIA
State of Florida, New York and New Mexico
Practiced in New York State from 1966 to 1973
Practicing in Florida from 1973 to present
Practicing in New Mexico from 2005 to present

Education:
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1962
Studies in planning, Masters Program, Pratt Institute

Registration:
N.C.A.R.B. Certification #13637
N.Y.S. Registration #9406
Florida State Registration #6273
New Mexico Registration #4021

L.Julio Gonzalez Montaner, Treasurer & Partner
Certified General Contractor. State of Florida
Arquitecto UNBA (1984)
Practiced in Buenos Aires from 1985 to 2002
Practicing in Florida from 2002 to present

Education:
Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires (1971-1977)
Facultad de Arquitectura Y Urbanismo
Revalidated Architect title (2007)

Registration:
N.C.A.R.B. Certification #127564
State of Florida DBPR C.G.G #1512046

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