McLean Design Group - Terrill J. McLean, Architect
Current ProjectsCurrently our firm is working on a diverse range of projects from churches to car dealerships to banks.
Terrill Jay McLean of Jim Thorpe is a registered architect specializing in design / build projects. From residential additions to multi-million dollar commercial buildings, structures designed by Terry Mclean combine beauty of form, functional use of space and the latest improvements in construction technology.
In more than 50 years as an architect, Terry McLean has designed and managed construction of 860 projects representing a market value worth millions. For commercial clients, his projects include industrial facilities, auto dealerships, office buildings, and retail stores.
Terry McLean's work extends to government buildings, libraries, firehouses, country clubs and churches, and his residential projects range from multi-family dwellings to private homes and exclusive estates.
His unique flexible working style allows Terry McLean to manage an entire design / build project from start to finish, or to collaborate on an undertaking as part of a team of investors, builders, developers and contractors in any combination. Services provided include design consultations, feasibility studies, architectural design, contract documentation, specification writing, cost analysis, bid acquisition, and construction administration.
Terry McLean is licensed by the National Council of Architectural Boards, NCARB # 7166. He is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
He is a former elected school board director in the Council Rock School District, Bucks County, Pennsylvania; former President of the Council Rock Parent Teacher organization. Terry is a retired Chair of the Newtown Township Historic Architectural Review Board, and served on the Newtown Township "Sycamore Street" project. He is a former member of the Board of Trustees of the Copper Hill Country Club, Flemington, New Jersey, where he co-chaired the Facility Committee and served on the Membership Committee.