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February 3, 2019

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3,700+ hours of hard work, but who's counting?

Meet Alec Hembree, a Senior Architectural Designer here at Strang. Alec recently achieved the certification of Architect after successfully completing that many hours of work in six categories of architecture.

Congratulations, Alec!

Meet the new kid on the block.

Matt Matson has more than 25 years’ experience in engineering, marketing, business development and strategic consulting. Now he’s brought his skills to Strang as our Vice President | Strategy and Client Services.

Matt will focus on advancing new business development for Strang.
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Hey Kids: Thanks for the cards!

When we presented the use of Virtual Reality in architecture at FutureQuest in December (hosted by the Dane County School Consortium in conjunction with the Madison Metropolitan School District), we expected to see 5,000 students. But we didn’t expect their thank-you notes!

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