Weber Thompson earns the Platinum Award in the PSMJ Circle of Excellence, and is recognized in Architect Magazine’s Architect 50 List

Weber Thompson has earned a spot on two prestigious lists within the architecture industry, including the PSMJ’s Circle of Excellence and Architect Magazine’s Architect 50 list. Both lists select firms from across the nation that have shown exceptional growth and performance over the past year.

For the last four years, Weber Thompson has been listed in the Circle of Excellence, earning the firm a Platinum Award. PSMJ’s Circle of Excellence highlights firms that demonstrate outstanding business achievement in the architecture and engineering industry. Weber Thompson was listed among the sixty-four exceptional architecture and engineering firms that made it onto the exclusive list this year. PSMJ’s Circle of Excellence is designed to highlight firms that are successfully managed and demonstrate outstanding achievements in profitability, overhead management, cash flow, productivity, business development, staff growth, and turnover, etc. The Circle of Excellence represents the top 20% of participants in PSMJ’s annual A/E Financial Performance Benchmark Survey, based on 13 key performance metrics.

The Architect 50 is a nationwide ranking of architecture firms published by Architect Magazine, and differentiates itself with its unique, in depth ranking method that ranks firms on three categories: business and profitability, sustainability and design. There were 136 firms who qualified throughout the nation, and Weber Thompson ranked 35th overall while scoring 23rd in sustainability.

The 28-year-old firm was founded in 1988 and has since built a highly diverse practice and a broad spectrum of design capabilities in multifamily, commercial office, hospitality, interior design and landscape architecture. A few of the firm’s many current projects include: a highly sustainable commercial office building in Fremont that is participating in the Seattle Living Building Pilot Program; Nexus, a cutting-edge 440’ condominium tower near South Lake Union with 367 units; 1300 Pike, a boutique apartment project in Capitol Hill that will integrate Passive House principles, and a Marriott Hotel tower project next to the new convention center for which Weber Thompson is design architect.

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