When we opened our doors in October 2000, we never anticipated that two decades later, the whole family would be working here or that we would have added accessibility to our portfolio.
Lewis R. Springer started LRS...Architecture originally to design custom homes while working from home and raising his 5 children.
However, in 2011 he began working with accessibility regulations and saw a true need for accessibility in the built environment to be improved while helping his neighbor navigate a mobility disability caused by a brain tumor.
Now, his daughter and son have both joined him at the firm doing site inspections, writing reports, and creating marketing plans.
Partnering with design professionals, corporations, and government entities to improve accessibility in the built environment.
Whether your an architect, contactor, or a real estate professional, our goal is to be your expert in accessibility and The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requirements impacting your projects.
Our boutique firm brings 4 decades of architectural experience, and the knowledge and practice gained from becoming a Certified Access Specialist and serving as a consultant on projects ranging from small tenant improvements to large scale government facilities.
We currently serve clients across California and are able to assist on certain projects out of state as well. Please call us to discuss your project needs to see if we are the right fit for you and your team.
Services offered: CASp Inspections and Reports, Strategic Planning, Scoping and Technical Consulting, Design, Plan Review, Construction Review, and Corporate and CE Training.
Lewis R. Springer, III
Lewis R. Springer is the founder and owner of LRS...Architecture. He began his practice in 2000 and started offering Certified Access Specialist services in 2011. He graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and has been practicing architecture for over 30 years. For more information download his CV.
Erika (Springer) McCaffrey
Erika Springer-McCaffrey grew up at the LRS...Architecture offices. She studied public relations and marketing at Sacramento State and started working for her dad in 2014 when his passion flowed over and sparked her own interest in accessibility.