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Timm Jamieson and Don Pritchard Retiring

SFCS Architects congratulates Timm Jamieson, FAIA and Don Pritchard, AIA on their retirement at the end of 2016.  Timm, a Senior Vice President, has been with the firm for over 14 years and helped lead the higher education and general practice studios.  Don, a Vice President has been with the company for over 30 years leading several large senior living and higher education projects.  Both gentleman have been a large part to SFCS’s success and will be missed.  We wish them both the best, and hope they enjoy a happy, healthy, well-deserved vacation.

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Food & Finish - Creating Culinary Environments for Life Plan Communities
J.D. Landis of SFCS Architects and Engineers shares his expertise  in the Blueprints for Senior Living newsletter. Learn more about how to create a culinary environment within any Life Plan Community.

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Senior Housing News Article
SFCS Architects and Engineers has been recognized in a recent article published by Senior Housing News. Learn more about how micro-apartments have great potential in appealing to senior housing.

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SFCS Honored with Legacy Award by Regional Chamber of Commerce and AIA Blue Ridge Chapter Award

SFCS Architects and Engineers is pleased to announce that their project Rockhill Mennonite Personal Care won a Merit Award from the AIA Blue Ridge Chapter. This was for the 2014 AIA Blue Ridge Biennial Design Awards Competition.

SFCS was also honored with the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year - Legacy Award. This award was from the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce and was presented at their 28th Annual Small Business Awards ceremony. Eligibility required companies to have been operating continuously for 50+ years and be headquartered in the Greater Roanoke Valley region.  We were judged based on (1) Evolution: how the company has evolved and adapted in the past 50+years, (2) Increase in Sales and/or Unit Volume: proof of continued growth, (3) Growth in Number of Employees: the impact of the business on the job market, (4) Innovativeness of Product or Service Offered: how our business is unique and innovative, and (5) Contributions by Business to Community-Oriented Projects: ways in which the business has contributed to the community to overcome social or environmental problems.

SFCS is excited and honored to receive these two prestigious awards.

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SFCS Becomes Member of USGBC
SFCS is now a proud member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).  Our dedication and support of sustainability is a way of business for us. It is inherent in all of our services and is a standard practice in every project of ours.

Find out more information on our sustainable design practices.

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Edited On: 12/13/2016 9:01:17 PM