Abacus Architects

ERIC FLEISCHMAN

Project Architect

EDUCATION

BS, Architectural Studies, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (2015)
Magna cum laude

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS

Registered Architect in Wisconsin
AIA

About Eric

Around 7th grade, Eric already knew architecture was an obvious choice for him as it combined his desires to design meaningful projects and, more importantly, serve others in ways that would improve their lives through good design. That passion was later evidenced through his decision to join in a short-term mission trip to Africa to help provide for basic needs and then some, going above and beyond however it made sense for each situation. At Abacus, where they believe in what they’re doing and live their message through how they carry out their clients’ wishes, Eric found his ideal fit and is forging friendships that go far beyond the walls of each project, much like what happened on his life-changing mission trip.

On working with him

“I will always be in your corner and will work diligently to bring my best to the table. My experience managing projects and internal teams collaboratively while also applying my design insights all serve to meet your highest aspirations.”

On his favorite project

“The renovation of our church parsonage, aptly named the Sonja Project after our pastor’s daughter, Sonja, who has quadriplegic cerebral palsy. Before they moved in, we redesigned the living space to not only meet Sonja’s needs, but also to accommodate the Sonja Express, a motorized ceiling track system. It features a lift device and supportive harness, enabling her to walk around and gain independence through hard work and determination from her and her entire family by God’s grace. The support of the entire church and countless hours of work by many members made this project happen.”

On his own time

“I’m very active in my church in general, and also lead our youth group and play guitar in our band. I enjoy spending time with my wife and our two fur-ball cats. Camping, hunting and fishing definitely make my list, and if I can get away from my cell phone at the same time, even better. I’ll also take any opportunity to travel.”

On relational architecture

“It means serving our clients first in every way we can. A byproduct of our service is a solution in the form of a well thought-out building.”

Eric & his wife reaffirm their vows

Canoeing the Boundary Waters

Thanksgiving community dinner

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