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December 6, 2018

Strang Named No.1 Architecture Firm

In Business magazine readers vote Strang the top commercial architectural firm in Madison for the sixth consecutive year.
MADISON, December 6, 2018 – For the sixth consecutive year, the readers of In Business magazine have named Strang, Inc. the top commercial architectural firm in the Greater Madison area. In Business made the announcement of its annual Executive Choice awards in its December issue. According to the publication, the winners represent the best of the best of local businesses within the Greater Capital Region.

“This is an honor for our entire firm,” said Strang President & CEO Larry Barton. “We are truly humbled by this award. We’re thankful for our clients who trust of with their vision and resources and grateful to have colleagues who unify professional passion with expertise.”

The awards in 37 categories are a result of a fill-in-the-blank survey among the executive readers (vice-president level and higher) of the magazine. Strang has been named the top firm for architecture each year since 2013.

During the past year, Strang completed the Gebhardt (office) and the Sylvee (music venue), both in the same building on East Washington Avenue and broke ground on its renovation and addition project at the University of Wisconsin – Madison’s Chemistry building. In the coming year, Strang will complete the Summit Credit Union headquarters in Cottage Grove and the Hamel School of Music on the UW – Madison campus.
IB executive choice award

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