Architecture and Engineering Firm Website Redesign Wins Award
INDIANAPOLIS – BSA LifeStructures and Miles Design announced that BSALifestructures.com took home third place honors in the 35th annual SMPS (Society for Marketing Professional Services) National Marketing Communications Awards website category. Awards were handed out in San Francisco at the awards gala during the 2012 SMPS National Conference, “Build Business: Take Action”.
The SMPS Marketing Communications Awards program is the longest-standing, most prestigious awards competition that recognizes excellence in marketing communications by professional services firms in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) design and building industry.
Winning entries were judged relative to the project's marketing objectives, content, measurable results and overall budget. BSALifeStructures.com beat out dozens of national and international entries. Judges described the new BSALifestructures.com website design as, "clear, focused" and "client-centric."
"BSA LifeStructures is excited and honored to be recognized as an industry leader by the Society for Marketing Professional Services," said Shawn Mulholland, managing director of Client Acquisition for BSA LifeStructures. "BSA LifeStructures' website helps our clients tell their stories of healing, learning and discovery through inspired design that improves lives."
Josh Miles, founder of Miles Design shared, "BSA LifeStructures came to us with one simple goal: to make their website perform as their hardest-working employee. The clean design, great photography, client-focused messaging and clear calls to action have taken this site to a whole new level. BSA LifeStructures has the web analytics to back it up. Of course, it's always great to have a well-respected, national organization such as SMPS recognizing the results as well."
Miles Design has been recognized for previous AEC website redesign projects in the past. Their AEC website redesign for RATIO Architects took home first place in the SMPS Marketing Communications Awards in 2010.