M+A Architects Announced as Winner of Best Architectural Firm and Best Commercial Interior Design Firm by Columbus CEO Magazine

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Leading Architecture firm in the Midwest poised for growth in 2019 and beyond.

Columbus, Ohio, October 30, 2019 –  M+A Architects has officially been awarded “Best in Business” for “Best Architectural Firm” and “Best Commercial Interior Design Firm” by Columbus CEO Magazine.

In the 12th year of the prestigious award, M+A is considered the leader in both categories, being recognized as the preeminent firm throughout the entire city of Columbus.

“I am so honored, and proud, of M+A’s success in winning Best Architectural Firm and Best Commercial Interior Design Firm in Columbus,” M+A President Mark Daniels shares. “Approaching our firm’s 40th year, it is the energy and passion for purpose that continues to make our best better.”

M+A is a preeminent architectural firm in the midwest, with a national presence, with three offices and over 100 employees. Founded in 1980, the firm serves nine specialty sectors, driven by studios of industry experts whose passion drives their focus on function, style, and trends relative to their specific market. Their award-winning firm specializes in workplace, retail, mixed-use, healthcare, higher education, community/municipal, senior living and multifamily residential, including student housing and workforce housing.

A range of complementary services to architecture includes interior design, encompassing an innovative change management program, furniture selection management, strategic and master planning, and an in-house experiential design team.

“M+A is driven by a vision of enriching lives through innovative design, working every day to enhance communities, elevate human experiences, and define a sustainable future, and I’d like to thank Columbus CEO Magazine for recognizing those defining factors.”