Raleigh, NC, April 28, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Dan Fields, AIA and principal at BJAC, pa, an architectural firm offering professional architectural and design services to healthcare, education, municipal and research clients, has announced the launch of the company’s newly redesigned website at http://www.bjac.com. The rebranded Web site has increased project and services information, with improved navigation and content that better reflects the firm’s accomplishments and capabilities. Content includes information about the firm, examples of its work, the approaches it utilizes and its firm culture. A navigation section on “knowledge” showcases videos, podcasts, published articles and other resources.
“Throughout its history, BJAC has focused on design for learning, healing and discovery, and our new website better reflects that history as well as many of our important projects,” said Fields. “The site represents BJAC’s passion for our work, our philosophy of design and our approach to client relationships.”
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Architectural firm BJAC, pa offers professional architectural and design services. The firm provides design expertise to healthcare, K-20 education, research, museum and municipal clients, along with a broad range of in-depth services, including architectural design, pre-design, programming, design, master planning, interior design, construction management, contract administration and design build. Established in 1994 by CEO and Managing Principal Lou Jurkowski, FAIA, BJAC is one of the largest woman-owned architectural design firms in the Southeast, with offices in Raleigh and Charlotte. In 2010, BJAC was awarded Firm of the Year by the North Carolina Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIANC). Most recently, the firm was awarded the 2011 Pinnacle Steady Growth and Profitability Master Award by the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. For more information, please call BJAC at (919) 833-8818 or visit http://www.bjac.com.
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