PRAXIS3 is excited to share news of some current projects and to also introduce you to a new face in the office.

PSMJ Circle of Excellence

PRAXIS3 architecture + multidisciplinary design is pleased to announce that we have been selected for the 2014 PSMJ Circle of Excellence.

PRAXIS3 was recognized as one of only 64 architecture and engineering firms nationwide to receive this prestigious award. PSMJ is the world’s leading authority on the effective management of AEC firms. PSMJ Circle of Excellence is designed to highlight firms that are successfully managed, based on 13 key performance metrics that demonstrate outstanding achievement in profitability, staff growth, cash flow, productivity, business development, overhead management and turnover.

“Year after year, the diversity of these firms continues to prove that success isn’t necessarily defined by the size of a firm, their practice area, geographic location, or even the markets they serve, but instead by a strong commitment to solid business practices,” says Kate Allen, P.E., Director of PSMJ’s A/E/C Industry Surveys. “Our passion may be our practice, but top-notch business practices are critical for sustainability.”

“We are proud to receive this recognition, and thankful to have many outstanding clients that provide us the opportunity to do this thing that we love” says PRAXIS3 Principal Ryan Stancill. “PRAXIS3 is a design practice built on bringing together design excellence and sound business practices. We believe strongly in building a sustainable practice for both the security of our employees and our many clients that count on us to be there when they need us. “

Whitney Ashley

Whitney Ashley joins Praxis3 with two years of architectural experience. She graduated from Southern Polytechnic State University with a Bachelor of Architecture, where she won several awards for her thesis “Phenomenology of Space,” including the Arch-Prix International Competition and Faculty Choice Award. Currently she is pursuing her Master’s Degree in Digital Design and Fabrication at Georgia Institute of Technology. In 2013 she designed and built two installations for Art on the Beltline: Woodie at North Avenue Bridge and Wormhole at Wylie Street Southeast Corridor. Outside of the office she loves to stay active with the Atlanta community, whether that would be riding her bike through the neighborhoods, taking her dog to the dog park, taking photos of Atlanta’s skyline (#weloveatl), or attending local music venues and festivals.


About Praxis3: Praxis3 is an architecture + multidisciplinary design firm serving a diverse array of clients across the country. Our clients include leading universities, technical colleges, automotive groups, developers, local governments, financial institutions, and retail groups. Founded in 1997, Praxis3 is based in Atlanta, Georgia. During our 17 year history we have excelled at customer service and our work is the recipient of numerous design awards and client accolades. For additional information please contact Ryan Stancill 404.849.8114


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