Business Briefs: Hollis + Miller Architects

Words: Bronzella Cleveland

JulyAugust 2008
Industry News

Business Briefs:
Hollis + Miller Architects

Masonry Design Magazine
John Wisniewski

Hollis + Miller Architects, Overland Park, Kan., recently earned the Lee’s Summit (Mo.) Chamber of Commerce Res In Motus Award. With this award, the chamber recognizes outstanding businesses that, among other criteria, service the community and have a history of good employee relations.

“Since Hollis + Miller Architects opened our Lee’s Summit office in 1986, we have made a significant contribution to the community with the new police/court building, Lee’s Summit North High School and activity complex, Longview Farm Elementary and five other schools. We are proud to be measured against the principles of past winners and the criteria established by the chamber,” said John Wisniewski, AIA, president and managing partner of the firm. MD

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