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Ralph C. Fey, AIA Architects (RCFA) is located in Bucks County, PA with clients across the Delaware Valley and throughout the country. Founded in 1996, Ralph C. Fey Architects focuses on design excellence incorporating the traditional and artistic heritage of the region with contemporary architectural technologies including sustainable practices and green building. The work of RCFA embraces the nature of place and emphasizes the importance of context, ensuring each project is site specific reflecting the unique elements of the community and the environment interrelating each project to the landscape. Ralph brings the hand of an artist and visionary to the design process, understanding and working with the entirety while attending to the most particular architectural details.

RCFA specializes in a wide range of building design – including restaurants, event venues, multi-family residential conversions and development, equestrian training facilities and stable relocations, historic renovations/restoration, new residential construction and renovations, municipal and educational buildings as well as signage in both public and private sector projects.

We pride ourselves in creating and fostering long-term relationships and participating with our client’s entire team to create a successful project. Our dedication to exceptional design, and a hands-on approach ensures the highest quality work. A firm that understands the client’s goals, schedule and budget are key to a successful design process.

Architectural construction documents are expected to be complete and accurate, with sufficient detail in order to be built successfully. This includes timely delivery. It is not the construction documents that set architectural design services apart, but the content and the quality of the product delivered. We are known for our ability to work with the local municipalities and our proven track record of getting approvals, merging our client’s goals with code enforcements and governance.

Ralph C. Fey Architects:

  • Listens to the owner about schedule, costs, and goals.
  • Brings creative problem solving to the design process.
  • Searches for optimal connections, access, and quality spaces.
  • Understands the community and its architectural and aesthetic language.
  • Builds on the history and tradition of the site, drawing on former uses for inspiration.
  • Works towards realizing the full benefits of each site’s opportunities.