GS&P's Jacksonville Office Among 'Best Places to Work'
JACKSONVILLE, FL — , a leading multi-disciplinary design and consulting firm for the built environment, announces that its Jacksonville, Florida, office has been named by the as one of the “2015 Best Places To Work.” The journal reports that, in collaboration with national research firm Quantum Workplace, they identified the companies with the most interesting workplaces, best cultures, and happiest employees. The selected companies will be honored at an awards ceremony at the Marriott Southpoint in Jacksonville.
“On the heels of our Jacksonville office celebrating its 25th anniversary, we’re proud to be recognized among the top tier of the city’s employers,” said , AIA, Florida Division Vice President at Gresham, Smith and Partners. “GS&P has been a cornerstone in Northeast Florida for a quarter-century, providing architecture and interior design solutions that, above all else, help our clients become more successful. The wellbeing and satisfaction of our employees is a top priority, and we continually encourage creativity and collaboration.”
GS&P designers also received an Award of Merit from the Jacksonville chapter of the (AIA) for their UF Health North project in Jacksonville. At the IIDA North Florida Biennial Design Awards, the UF Health North project was recognized as the “healthcare large” category winner, while the Flagler Hospital St. Augustine: Lobby Renovation project won the “healthcare small” category. The Fanatics Corporate Headquarters project won the “unbuilt” category. Additionally, GS&P’s Jacksonville employees stay involved in their community through organizations like United Way, the ACE Mentor Program of Northeast Florida, Habitat for Humanity and Little Star Center.