Happy New Year – we have so many reasons to celebrate the new year, as BVH has great optimism for SUBSTANTIAL and REAL growth this year. Not that we haven’t had REAL growth in previous years, but we all have different ways of defining ‘growth’, and at BVH, we have been very careful to properly define how we want grow. BVH’s growth is not solely in the number of people we have on staff, or the amount of revenue we bring in. We view those numbers as being the result of our attention to some fundamental growths:
- A growth in the quality of the work we perform for our clients.
- A growth in the quality of service and the attention we provide to the users and benefactors of the architecture we design.
- A growth in the satisfaction of our clients, and the reputation we gain from that.
- A growth in our pride.
BVH started in 1968 with two guys and a goal to ‘do’ great architecture and please their clients. While we have added a few people and a second studio since then, the true growth has been in our commitment to quality of design, and in our clients’ appreciation for the services and architecture we have provided.
Our breadth of project sizes, types, and unique needs also continues to grow, and 2014 provides us with more exciting challenges to help solve. While continuously growing our core markets in schools, religious structures, universities, government entities, housing, and urban infill, we are additionally expanding our services to buildings for the arts, urban campuses, and corporate buildings.
However, in this New Year, the growth that brings us the most excitement and holds the most meaning, is the new relationships yet to be formed. Relationships with the people and communities who will utilize our buildings and be affected by the quality of the spaces we create.
Our focus is to help build relationships:
- Relationships that encourage pride in our community.
- Relationships that support students in their learning.
- Relationships that foster devotion between individuals and their God and fellow congregants.
- Relationships that create inspiration and appreciation for art and performance.
- Relationships that strengthen the quality of historic properties through preservation or adaptation.
This is the growth we embrace most – relationships.
Because without strong relationships, the architecture cannot serve. It cannot inspire.
2014 will be a year that provides BVH with opportunities to grow in areas that allow us to create architecture that serves and inspires for our clients and communities. What more could we ask for in a year?
Let’s build a relationship. We want to know you in 2014.
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