Quality, Innovation and Passion are the foundation of CWG Architects, and on that foundation we’ve built not only enduring, attractive structures, we’ve built relationships with clients that will last as long as the buildings we design.
It was these basic principles that guided CWG’s founders Grant Crossman, Wayne Whitney and Dick Griffin to create a legacy of timeless designs dating back to 1957. Their distinctive work and the work of the generations of architects that followed can be seen across Montana and the Northwest. CWG has had a hand in numerous historical renovations and the creation of new landmarks. Among the most notable projects have been the renovation of the Montana State Capitol Building in 1959, construction of St. Mary Catholic Church, rehabilitation of Carroll College after the train explosion in 1989, and more recently the expansion of Helena Regional Airport.