Established in 1976 to serve Durango, Colorado and the surrounding Four Corners region, we at FeeneyArchitects built the firm around our core belief of sustainability and exemplary design. Innovative problem solving and design techniques have allowed us to successfully work on a broad range of projects, each one specific to its site and surrounding context. Our buildings range in size from 725 square feet to as large as 100,000 square feet.  By integrating functional and aesthetic aspects of each proposed design, we are able to satisfy diverse interests and achieve project goals, while staying within budget.  We are experienced professionals with a history of successful projects around the Four Corners region and beyond.

Rick Feeney


In Rick’s 40 years in practice, he has provided architectural services on numerous public and private projects that include work for three Native American Tribes, National Main Street and historic rehabilitation work with the National Trust for Historic Preservation. He has also participated in major urban design charrettes for projects such as Three Springs, Chaco Trails, Town of Mancos Airport Property and the City of Durango Main Street Visioning Project. He is a LEED AP who has worked on sustainability projects since the 1970’s. He was the architect of record for numerous historic preservation projects and award winning new building projects located within nationally designated historic districts.

Keegan Feeney
Project Manager


Keegan graduated from Montana State University’s Architecture School in 2004 and moved back home to Durango where he grew up. He has a wide range of experience including commercial and residential design, interior fit-up, as well as acting as project manager on multiple residential construction projects.