Founders Ralph H. Cushing (standing) and Everett O. Terrell review designs circa 1965.
Born of the big skies and lush mountainscapes of Montana, Cushing Terrell’s roots in the American West run deep. But since our founding in 1938, we’ve grown beyond the natural boundaries of the mountain region – outward, and with an upward trajectory reflective of a bright future. Characterized by the rising angles in our logo, we’re driven by the desire to forever improve.
We’re creative yet careful, accomplished yet modest, thoughtful yet fun. But we never forget the landscape upon which our firm was established, on a late summer day along the banks of the winding Boulder River. The natural beauty surrounding these founding moments continues to underscore and inspire our lives, work, and brand.
What We Do
Emphasizing active listening and collaborative exploration to guide you through the design process, from ideation to occupancy.
Analyses of energy use to optimize consumption and production to meet financial and sustainability goals.
Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Refrigeration, Structural, and more. We have a full complement of engineering specializations.
Evaluate property and exposure risks, protect air and water resources, and revitalize your site.
Enhancing the human experience through environmental graphics, branding, interactive media, and dynamic wayfinding.
User-focused planning process paired with curated design to create unique spaces supporting the indoor human experience.
Design solutions that reinforce and enhance connections between built and natural environments.
Utilizing sound growth principles and superior design communication to craft aspirational community plans for cities and counties.
Markets We Serve
As part of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Green Power Partnership, Cushing Terrell invests in Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) for 100% of our operational power needs — accounting for all 13 of our offices and every remote team member. We walk the walk, and thrive on opportunities to challenge convention.