• Eric Salas, Montgomery Skyline, Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce, Montgomery Chamber, MGMChamber, Montgomery Alabama
  • Member Spotlight - Brown Studio Architecture

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    WHEN WAS YOUR COMPANY FOUNDED?
    Brown Studio Architecture has delivered a 40-year legacy of impactful work in Montgomery.
     
    WHAT ARE YOUR PRIMARY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES?
    We work with our clients to provide valued solutions, one project at a time. We work to provide solutions that work for them today and as they grow into the future. Brown Studio is a full-service architectural firm with a broad range of experience including medical, educational, multi-family residential, commercial, retail, hospitality, mixed-use, athletic facilities, urban planning and master planning. We offer a broad range of services beginning as early as site selection and programming through the development of construction documents, construction administration and beyond. 
     
    WHAT SETS YOUR COMPANY APART?
    As our clients’ needs grow and change, we believe good design allows them the ability to take advantage of emerging opportunities. We also believe that every project is part of a community, and we believe a successful project is sensitive to the existing community fabric. Brown Studio Architecture also has legacy of civic engagement, community service and philanthropy. Throughout its history, the team at Brown Studio has worked both professionally and personally to make the River Region a better place to live, work and play. Our professional efforts have helped transform the riverfront and the entertainment district including more than 50 projects in downtown Montgomery.
     
    AWARDS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
    Brown Studio and our team members have received AIA design awards and other recognitions from the American Institute of Architects for professional leadership. We have projects that have received up to LEED Gold certification; and we have been awarded a National Preservation Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation for the Revitalization and Preservation of Moton Field, the Tuskegee Airmen flight training base in Tuskegee, Alabama, which is now a museum and National Historic Site.
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