Patrick Linder is a polymathic architect who creatively develops and executes sustainable strategies towards high quality, cost effective results. He has cultivated diverse learning experiences, professional assignments and unique relationships with the goal of “seeking the shalom of the city” and facilitating shared flourishing of both clients and stakeholders. By leveraging his core competencies, Patrick seeks to envision and realize projects which provide a reasonable rate of return while valuing long-term resilience and environmental stability.
Patrick is the principal of Partners’, a Detroit-based design-build firm. His project experience includes revitalizing single family neighborhoods, designing religious institutions, creating spaces for artists, hydroponic agriculture including grow facilities, and multi-family design/construction. Partners’ offers the full suite of architectural and construction services from site selection and acquisition to construction and property management. Currently, Partners’ is focused on continuing its work with the City of Detroit in emergency repair and abatement programs, realizing Detroit’s first natural birth center, and building an artist studio and residence in Southwest Detroit.
Patrick has a Masters Degree in Architecture and a Real Estate Certificate from the University of Michigan. He has been studying and practicing architecture for twelve years. He is also a Licensed Residential Builder and approved contractor for the City of Detroit.
This team is responsible for some of our industry’s most incredible firsts, including:
- Long-term strategic resource & infrastructure planning
- Off-grid and grid-connected microgrids and mini-grids
- Energy storage, fixed & mobile
- Mobile & expeditionary power
- Supply chain & logistics in difficult-to-reach regions
- Subject matter expertise (SME) in financeable technologies
- SME in developing economies
- Regulation & policy modernization
- Resiliency costs & analysis
- Stakeholder engagement – from community to executive
- Network of strategic partners
- Training to industry standards
- Operational assets dependent on power: telecommunications, water filtration, medicine/vaccine refrigeration, waste