Page Tops Federal Government Sector AEC Firm Rankings
Page is pleased to have our work recognized by Building Design + Construction Magazine as the leader of its 2016 Top 40 Federal Government Architecture firm rankings. Our designs have spanned a wide range of needs from medical commands to embassies and consulates to military facilities, both domestic and abroad.
We have received media coverage for projects such as the P-921 Unaccompanied Housing at Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti, Africa for the U.S. Navy, and a new U.S. embassy compound in Islamabad, Pakistan. Another project in the Federal Government sector that can be publicly shared is the U.S. Army Materiel Command Headquarters in Alabama.
Page Senior Principal Thomas McCarthy explains the firm’s success, saying, “We proudly serve in support of Federal initiatives worldwide. From courthouses to military training facilities, from hospitals to embassies, our efforts focus on delivering superior effectiveness and value to our clients. We thrive on highly complex projects where our teams can collaborate with our clients to develop highly integrated solutions to unique circumstances.”
Page has won numerous awards for its federal government projects, most recently an AGC of America Award for the US Embassy Office Annex in Abuja, Nigeria and an ENR Global Best Project Award for the U.S. Embassy Compound in Vientiane, Laos. Page is proud to have been on the project teams for ENR Global Best Project winners for the past few years in a row.
To see a list of all the AEC firms in this year’s BD+C Federal Government Sector rankings, click here.
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