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December 9, 2019

Strang Wins in Business Executive Choice Award

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MADISON, December 9, 2019 – Readers of In Business magazine have voted Strang, Inc. the Number One architecture firm in the Greater Madison Area as part of the 2019 InBusiness Executive Choice Awards. This is Strang’s seventh consecutive year with this honor.

Each year, In Business’s readers submit their choices for organizations who have achieved “excellence in pursuit of perfection.” Since 2013, Strang has been named the winner in the architecture category. Strang President & CEO Larry Barton is humbled and excited for Strang to have been recognized in this way.

“This recognition, like some many other milestones, is only possible for one reason; the staff here at Strang. We have such an incredible team – talented, passionate and committed to the highest quality of work. That’s how we exceed client expectations. We are incredibly honored by this award.”

During the past year, Strang completed Summit Credit Union Headquarters in Cottage Grove, the Mead Witter School of Music’s Hamel Music Center on the UW-Madison campus.

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