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STG DESIGN RECEIVES FIRM ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

AUSTIN, TX – STG Design was honored last week with the 2018 Firm Achievement Award from AIA Austin. This award transcends individual project accomplishments and recognizes one architectural practice every year for extraordinary contributions to the profession, sustained design excellence, and the broader engagement with our community. STG Design is grateful to the many clients, collaborators, consultants, and company employees throughout the years for their critical contributions to the achievement of this significant milestone. “Recognition of achievement by our peers is extremely gratifying,” said Jim Susman, President, and CEO. “Our STG team works every day to design at the highest levels, to bring creative business solutions to our clients. The award is a very pleasing and unintended consequence.”

Since 1976, STG Design has been grounded in the belief that great design optimizes business performance and human potential. The team has considerable experience providing successful planning and design solutions and the consistent quality of their work across a wide-range of project types has been recognized by more than 70 local, regional and national design awards. “STG Design has a long history of architectural work that has set the standard in Austin," said Tina Grider-Cannon, VP of Government Relations, Austin Chamber of Commerce. "This locally grown gem is a proud Austin institution.”

At STG, community engagement is a way of life—the firm is not only in the business of vitalizing cities, but they are also activists. For more than four decades, the STG staff has volunteered to lead boards, task forces and volunteers time to organizations like the Meals on Wheels, the Refuge, Mobile Loaves and Fishes, and the Boys and Girls Club.

The firm designs spaces that support the civic impact and diverse patterns of community life with a goal to enrich the urban identity and promote sustainable urbanization. David Stauch, Managing Principal of Capital Project Management, said of STG, “Part of the magic at STG is working with a group of people who value both process and product, who place the client’s interests above their own, and who seem to enjoy the building of relationships as much as the buildings.” STG has worked on projects with influential entities including The University of Texas, St. Edward’s University, The State of Texas, Dell, Apple, and Google. The firm has celebrated two significant projects including the sustainable mixed-use development of the Seaholm Power Plant project and most recently the opening of Oracle’s Texas headquarters.