A3 is a hands-on management firm based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Established in January of 2009 by Tom Spray, A3 is purposefully small, with a select client list.
"Non profit organizations are vital to making our society work. They require as much management skill as any commercial enterprise, perhaps more. Let us help you make the most of your efforts; contact us now"
Tom Spray, Managing Member
SELECTED PAST CLIENTS
Santa Fe New Mexico
A3 conducted a strategic planning retreat for this service organization. The mission of Children First is to support families to successfully navigate divorce, separation or conflict in order for children to thrive.
AIA Western Mountain Region Conference Santa Fe New Mexico
A3 provided management services for the Western Mountain Region Conference for the American Institute of Architects. This included creation of a web site and electronic media, accounting, venue acquisition, and creation of a database for Conference registrants, trade show participants, Design Awards entrants, and Conference Sponsors
The Villas at Bishop's Lodge Santa Fe New Mexico
Owners Representative for a grading and drainage remediation project at this large development on the north side of Santa Fe
Meet The Team
Prior to founding A3, Tom Spray held leadership roles in these
Santa Fe New Mexico
Social service agency. Site acquisition, design construction and fund raising for 16.000 square foot facility. Funding from state and private sources
Ordway Music Theatre
St. Paul Minnesota
Concert hall featuring in residence the Minnesota Orchestra, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, and the Minnesota Opera, as well as presenting a full season of theatre and ballet performances
Spirit Square Center for the Arts
Charlotte North Carolina
Design, construction and fund raising for an arts space including theatres, galleries, classrooms and offices. Renovation of spaces orginally built over a seventy year period. Funding from federal, state, county, city and private sources
30,000 season ticket holders for a facility with 800 and 300 seat theatres. Presented a dozen productions per year, plus touring shows and special events. Renovation and addition to 1968 Ulrich Franzen designed facility
South Coast Repertory
Tony-award winning resident theatre with two stages. Site acquisition, design, and construction of a 28,000 square foot facility.