MAITLAND, FL, October 1, 2018 – Charlan Brock Architects (CBA) was recognized by the Orlando Business Journal as one of the region’s top privately held companies during the publication’s annual Golden 100 Awards Luncheon. This year’s event was held on the afternoon of September 20 at the Hilton Orlando.
During the luncheon, honors were served for companies spanning nearly every industry, from builders and restaurants to hospitality and design firms. The entire list of 100 companies, which account for nearly $12 billion in combined revenue, was read along with lists of special honors.
Following several other award wins this year, such as the Orlando Business Journal’s Residential Real Estate Awards and the Southeast Building Conference's Aurora Awards, CBA continues to be acknowledged as one of the top architectural firms in Central Florida.
According to the Orlando Business Journal, business recognized among the Golden 100 “demonstrate what’s excellent about Central Florida, while also boosting the region’s economy. Locally based businesses compete annually to be named one of the Golden 100, based on gross revenue for the most recent year-end.”
“We know we’ve got something special going on at Charlan Brock Architects,” said Gary Brock, AIA, Principal and Partner of CBA. “It’s very rewarding to be acknowledged among some of the other leading companies in Central Florida for helping to drive a strong economy while also providing a workplace that people are proud to come to day in and day out.”
Charlan Brock Architects is an architectural firm that meets the changing needs of the broad multi-family, housing, and lifestyle center development industries. CBA has become the go-to firm for integrating housing of all typologies across the market spectrum, creatively designing financially successful products that are marketable and buildable. The company stays abreast of emerging trends, applying experience and knowledge in their consistent pursuit of excellence and innovation. CBA’s process is highly collaborative, developing close relationships with clients and outside consultants before, during, and after construction. For more information, visit cbaArchitects.com.