Redland Childers Architects is committed to making the built environment better by using the following principles:
- Be practical with designs. We recognize value in the quality of service, cost of projects, and longevity of buildings.
- Be clear with documentation. Every project is unique and we have one chance to get it right.
- Be fair to others. We cherish relationships because our best solutions are found in the overlap of individual attributes.
- Accept responsibility. Projects are complex, plan for the unexpected.
Our company was established in 1979 by Glen Childers and was later joined by his brother Don Childers to form Childers-Childers Architects & Associates. An additional business venture was started in 2006 by Tim Elliott, Kim Prater, Forrest Neal, Glen, and Don called Redland Architects. In 2012 the two companies merged forming Redland Childers Architects.
We’re a Native American owned and operated business. Being located in the heart of the Chickasaw Nation has given us a great appreciation of our rich history while focusing on the future.