CHICAGO, IL – 09-12-2017 (Press Release Jet) — Sullivan Goulette & Wilson Architects (SGW) announced today the opening of the firm’s new East Coast office at 79 Madison Ave in New York, NY. SGW’s expansion to New York will allow for the architectural firm, which specializes in large-scale commercial and multi-family residential projects, to better serve its growing client base along the East Coast.

As an architectural firm with a creative process centered around collaborative client dialogue, SGW’s New York offices will serve as an ideal touchpoint for clients with projects based throughout New York state, New England, and the Mid-Atlantic region.

In August, SGW’s work was honored with three Association of Licensed Architects Design Awards, including a 2017 Gold Award, a 2017 Silver Award and a 2017 Award of Merit.

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About Sullivan Goulette & Wilson, Ltd.
Established in 1994 and headquartered in Chicago, IL, Sullivan Goulette & Wilson Architects (SGW) is built upon a foundation of superior design and exceptional service, dedicated to materializing the purest form of the vision expressed by each of its clients. Specializing in the design of commercial and mixed-use facilities, high-end multi-family residential projects, and hospitality and institutional developments, SGW’s work spans the United States, from Hawaii to Florida to Maine.

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