BE YOURSELF. EVERYONE ELSE IS ALREADY TAKEN.

THESE
PEOPLE

Just because they look like ski bums, doesn't mean they are. Okay—They Are, but they also make rad stuff.

Refusing to confine ourselves to the traditional rules of design, we consider ourselves one-of-a-kind, blurring the lines between being an architecture firm, design house, landscape architects and artists. Our signature style is evident all over town, from public park bridges and music venues, to the hippest hotels and eateries, MFGR gives voice to modern mountain design.

Rian
Alexander

She brings a great energy to the office and helps keep everything running smoothly. Don’t be surprised when you see Rian driving around town with her pit bull mastiff Hamlet riding shotgun in her car.

Sarah
Jumonville

Metal fabricator at MFGR. For nine years she taught groups of twenty-five, 12-14 year-old girls about trade skills, helping to inspire self-confidence and teach girls practical lifelong skills.

Lane
Ferris

Designer, project manager, fabricator and prototyper at MFGR. After studying architecture he became more attracted to the finely details aspects of furniture design and the challenge of reducing something to its simplest form.

Riley
Mcdonald

A self-described dabbler, multi-hobby human. From welding and wood working, to crocheting, drawing and sculpture he is curious about it all.

Pete
Costanti

Pete Costanti is the founder of MFGR. he believes whole heartedly in creating a work environment that encourages employees to pursue their passions and creative concepts.