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Our passion and purpose extend far beyond the end of your driveway

With our roots firmly planted in the commercial development of West Texas, the commitment that we have shown to our commercial clients over our 30-year history is at the heart of everything we do. Mark Anderson, AIA, our founder, worked day and night as he earned an architectural degree from Texas Tech University and became a registered architect. After paying his dues as a general contractor and working for other local architects, Architects Developers Contractors Inc. was born in 1976. The company has continued to evolve over the years expanding from a primarily commercial provider to an organization committed to service, quality and experience for residential clients as well.

Mark’s son, Mitchell Anderson, also a graduate of Texas Tech’s College of Architecture, has led this evolution with passion and purpose and a desire to provide a diverse range of services to all clients. The ADC story came full circle in early 2017 when Mitchell Anderson became President of the West Texas Homebuilders Association. He is proud to be the first 2nd generation president of WTHBA as his father, Mark, also served that role.

At ADC, we believe that beauty, form and function should follow you from your front door into the places that you work, worship and do business.

Teddy Jacks

Teddy Jacks has quickly become a West Lubbock favorite due in large part to its welcoming rustic design with a modern flair.

Sounds a lot like Lubbock itself, doesn’t it? Its interior space is expansive but maintains a cozy feel. From the wood burning pizza oven to the patio perfect for enjoying evening breezes, attention to detail went into every square inch of this design and build out.


Aptly named, the design and construction of Carizma Motors new location called for CARIZMA.

Wanting to stand out from the “other guys,” Carizma’s design is modern and inviting with places and spaces for you to feel comfortable making your car buying decisions.


This retail development in Amarillo combines some of our favorite elements of commercial development – effective utilization of space, attractive exteriors, and interiors that can fit a wide range of needs of very diverse retail businesses!

Next time you’re in Amarillo, swing by and check it out.

First Presbyterian Church

When ADC was asked to provide renovations and expansion to First Presbyterian Church, we were honored.

Today, the newly remodeled sanctuary and more functional spaces for worship mean an improved experience for all members and guests. What could be more important than that?

Dunkin Donuts/Baskin Robbins

When creating a space to house two iconic brands, you must honor the tradition that made them great and also provide a contemporary space to appeal to a new generation of customers.

ADC successfully balanced tradition with trend setting in this design and build out for Dunkin Donuts and Baskin Robbins.


The exponential growth of E-Life called for a special kind of relationship with their builder – a willingness to create a non-traditional space for worship that would still fill the needs of its large and growing congregation.

E-life’s Southwest campus, designed and built by ADC, combined the best of traditional houses of worship with the energy and vitality of a new kind of religious experience.