The team at H.G. McCullough Designers, Inc. carry on the traditions that the late Harry McCullough instilled in his work. Attention to detail. Attention to form and function. And, most notably, attention to the client.
What makes H.G. McCullough Designers, Inc. even more unique almost seventy years later? The inherent talent of our staff, blended with experience in all phases of custom architectural design – from conceptual layout, space planning, structural engineering, to finish details. This is what makes us unique and your home extraordinary.
Geralyn started her career with the family business in January of 1979. She specializes in exterior finishes and materials design and light interior design.
Paul’s expertise is in structural layout, construction drawings and details. His McCullough career began in September of 1979.
Specializing in conceptual layouts, construction drawings and details, Greg has a rare talent for hand-drawn renderings and sketches. He is skilled in home site planning to maximize views, solar positioning and land development. Greg joined McCullough in August, 1984.
Julie specializes in conceptual layouts, construction drawings and details, and 3D renderings. She started with the family business in 1984.
Joining McCullough in 2002, Shaun has a talent for conceptual layout as well as construction drawings and details.
Gregg is the primary designer for our sister company, Home Design Group, located in Niehaus Lumber in Daylight, Indiana, and has seven years of experience in residential construction and over ten years designing homes. Gregg specializes in 3D renderings, conceptual layouts as well as construction drawings and details.
Anthony is driven by his passion for the arts and sciences. As a home designer, he is encouraged to be creative, and to come up with professional designs that are uniquely tailored to the client. His extensive academic training provided him the tools and expertise to transition smoothly into the home design industry over the last couple of years.
Todd manages our data processing and communications network, a necessity in keeping our architectural design technologies current and reliable.