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Life in the Fast Lane

Ford 3 Architects certified as a Woman Owned Business.

Princeton, New Jersey. January 18, 2013 --- Ford 3 Architects of Princeton, NJ is pleased to announce they are now  certified under the Small Business Set-Aside Act and Minority and Women Certification Program in the state of New Jersey as Women Owned Business, with partner Moira McClintock continuing in the role of managing member. Moira, the partners, and the rest of the Ford 3 staff are confident this certification will open doors to new markets while building on their existing design portfolio. As Moira said, “I am thrilled to know that Ford 3 is positioned to build upon the work that has been done by the firm in the last 10 years. The relationship I have with my partners, Jerry Ford & Quinn Schwenker, enables all of us to provide the highest level of service to our clients in the design, execution and management of our projects.  I look forward to working with them in the ongoing development of our practice and the expansion of the services that we can offer our clients.”

Moira McClintock finds the right balance of design, communication and management skills which gives her the ability to create beautiful, sustainable, architectural solutions that meet her clients’ needs. Her professional experience began 22 years ago at the Dalton School in New York in the Real Estate and Development Department. She then worked as an architect at a number of firms including Ford Farewell Mills & Gatsch where she began a strong professional friendship with Jerry Ford. When Jerry left the firm, he reached out to Moira to assist in the establishment of Ford 3 Architects. Jerry said, “Moira is one of the most talented and well rounded architects I have ever worked with. She knows how to be receptive to and understanding of the client’s needs as well as surprising the contractors with her knowledge of construction and firm insistence on compliance with documents. She is true to the firm’s aspiration to embody a ‘collaboration between tradition and innovation.’ “


Founded in 2003, Ford 3 Architects continues to emphasize the goals of tradition and innovation pioneered by Short and Ford Architects, one of the regions most respected firms. Ford 3 Architects continues the years of experience by using fresh new approaches to solve contemporary challenges. The scope of Ford 3’s work includes adaptive re-use, new construction, renovations, and additions. Known for their dedicated commitment to their client, Ford 3 delivers the personalized service needed to create the spaces that you love to work in, live in and experience. The Princeton, NJ office conveniently offers a centralized location that connects the firm to the entire Eastern section of the country.

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