Winner:

  • Simon Oswald Architecture

    • SOA enhances how communities live, learn, heal, work, and play through creative architectural and interior design solutions. SOA offers many services, including evaluating potential property, remodeling a portion of an existing building or designing something new. The business, with 12 employees, focuses on tailoring its approach to fulfill each individual client’s needs. In 2016, the company was a Small Business of the Year Finalist. SOA designed Missouri Employers Mutual’s headquarters in Columbia.

 

 

Runner-up:

  • PW Architects

    • Since its founding in 1978, PWArchitects has offered services throughout the country to a wide mixture of education, corporate, health care, government, and private clients. In addition to providing architecture design, the company also does master planning, programming, construction administration, and LEED coordination as well as interior, landscape, and sustainable design.

 

 

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