Albert Kahn Family of Companies

at 7430 Second Ave, Detroit, 48202 United States

We're a combo of architecture, engineering, planning, design & management gurus. Energetic clients? Love 'em! Challenging projects? Bring 'em! Follow us on Twitter: @KahnCompanies

Albert Kahn Family of Companies
7430 Second Ave
Detroit , MI 48202
United States
Contact Phone
P: (313) 202-7000


At Kahn, our sustainable design philosophy is not obligatory, it’s innate. We truly believe that our work as design professionals impacts the world we live in. Each project presents an opportunity to give clients the added value they desire from their facilities. This is why sustainable design is the keystone of our practice. With nearly 100 LEED Accredited Professionals and offices in Detroit, MI, Birmingham, AL, and Sao Paulo, Brazil we serve clients in the corporate, health care, higher education, automotive/industrial, research and technology and government markets. And the ideas we come up with, well, they’re transforming – literally. In addition to offering traditional architecture, engineering, planning, design and management services, we also work with clients to address a range of business and management needs, all of which impact a company’s assets and facilities. Commissioning, facility management, relocation management, program & construction management, strategic facilities planning and sustainability analyses are also included in our comprehensive service offerings. We’re proud to be providing these services since we opened our doors in 1895.

General Info

Kahn has offices in Detroit, Michigan; Birmingham, Alabama & Sao Paulo, Brazil

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"Albert Kahn is one of the most important American architects of the twentieth century. His buildings should be considered of extreme priority for preservation in city planning in any city, but especially in Detroit. Kahn's architecture is a key element of Detroit's history and development. These buildings should not be torn down, but transformed and reused in order to establish a sense of place as a foundation for Detroit's future." - Jennifer Mortensen SEATTLE, WA Thank you Jennifer...we couldn't agree more!

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