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Dallas: Merriman Anderson/Architects Ranks in Interior Design’s 2018 Hospitality Giants

Posted: 11-14-2018

Dallas (Dallas County) — Merriman Anderson/Architects earned its first ever listing among the 2018 Hospitality Giants of Interior Design magazine.

’The rankings are determined by a survey completed by firms that share an insight into their work from the past year. Dallas-based Merriman Anderson/Architects was ranked number 43 on their list of 75.

The Interior Giants survey compiles the 75 biggest firms in the country, as determined by interior design fees. These include all interior design work and aspects of the firm’s interior design practice.

The information is supplied by the firms and the data is verified for accuracy. The Giants business trend report examines results over the last 12 months, including design fees, values, total amount of square feet designed and the number of interior design staff for the firm.

“We are proud of our continued success and growth for our interior design services, and this acknowledgement brings light to the accomplishments that our team has completed over the last year,” said Merriman Anderson/Architects’ Director of Interior Design, Gale Nall, RID.

The hospitality interior design work is one of the primary drivers of growth in the business over the past 15 years, and since 2001, hospitality fees as a percentage of total revenue have risen 73 percent.

Merriman Anderson/Architects’ interior design work includes noteworthy hospitality projects such as The Statler, Cambria Downtown Dallas, and The Thompson Dallas at THE DREVER.


This article was edited from an MAA press release.

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