Baltimore Business Journal Names Waldon Studio Architects to Top 25 Minority-Owned Businesses List for 2019
June 17, 2019 (Columbia, Md.) – Waldon Studio Architects (WSA) has been named to the Baltimore Business Journal 2019 List of Top 25 Minority-Owned Businesses in the Baltimore area. This is the second time in the past three years that WSA has been recognized among the top minority-owned businesses in the Baltimore region.
Founded in 2003 by Ravi Waldon, WSA is built on a commitment to serve and strengthen the community through creative design. WSA is headquartered in Columbia, Md. with offices in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore City. Through its consultative and collaborative approach, the firm believes that architecture has the power to create positive change, enrich lives and elevate purpose.
“We’re honored to be recognized among this list of outstanding businesses in the Baltimore region,” says Ravi Waldon, AIA, LEED, BD+C, NCARB, founder and principal at WSA. “Our diverse team of professionals share a commitment to design leadership and value the varied backgrounds, perspectives, experiences and thinking that each individual brings. It is what drives our continued success and inspires us to create a better world.”
A nationally recognized studio of passionate architects and creatives, WSA designs spaces for education, community, worship, government, commercial, multi-family housing, and healthcare clients. The firm also has extensive experience in historic preservation and the repurposing of existing buildings (adaptive reuse) and maintains a dedicated in-house team of historic qualified architects, providing a holistic approach to architectural design and historic preservation.
WSA was honored as a 2019 Top 25 Minority-Owned Business at the Baltimore Business Journal’s Leaders in Diversity event on June 6, 2019 at the Lord Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore, Md. The Baltimore Business Journal (BBJ) publishes a Book of Lists that provides listings of hundreds of the top leading companies, by ranking in the Baltimore area. The list of largest minority-owned businesses in Greater Baltimore (ranked by 2018 revenue) was published in the June 7, 2019, edition of the publication. Click Here to see the complete ranking of Top Minority-Owned Businesses in the 2019 Book of Lists.