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Studio 8 Design Celebrates Ribbon Cutting
by Chamber News on June 17th, 2014

Studio 8 Design, a new architectural firm located on Bemiss Road, officially opened its doors immediately following its ribbon cutting and open house event on Friday afternoon. According to Malinda Taylor, a member of the firm, the event was well attended and a great way to kick start the business. “We are so fortunate to have such good friends and relationships within the community and throughout the State,” said Taylor. “The outpouring of friendship and support has been tremendous, and it reinforces our commitment to the community we serve.”
 
Studio 8 Design is the continuation of an architectural firm established in Valdosta by Jim Ingram in 1966. The “8” in the firm’s name is a reflection of the original, key members of the firm including founder Jim Ingram, Bruce Smith, Robert Byington, Jim Sizemore, Matt Hart, Malinda Taylor, Kevin Bass, and Bill Booth.
 
The business offers comprehensive architectural services including master planning, design, budgeting/cost analysis, construction documents, bidding, and construction administration. It also specializes in governmental/commercial projects with special emphasis in correctional facilities, college/university facilities, K12 schools, and multi-family housing. The firm also prides itself on the exceptional client services that it offers, setting it apart from other businesses of the same type. “The principals/partners of the firm are engaged in every project from beginning to end,” said Taylor of the firm’s accomplishments in customer service. “The firm holds true to a paradigm of integrity established by founder Jim Ingram over 45 years ago. That strategy and concept is to listen to clients and provide exceptional architectural services.”
 
In addition to their own business, members of Studio 8 Design are also actively engaged in several other organizations throughout the community including the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary International, the Public Arts Advisory Committee, MetroOne, Leadership Lowndes, and Habitat for Humanity. They look forward to becoming even more involved in the surrounding community as their firm grows. They are also appreciative of the Chamber’s support and attendance at Studio 8 Design’s ribbon cutting and open house. According to Taylor, “It is this commitment to our community that makes local businesses better.”
 
For more information about the Chamber’s ribbon cuttings, please contact Wanda Stanley at (229) 247-8100 ext. 232.
 


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