Marketing and branding guru has gained a nationwide following
Josh Miles is widely recognized as one of the A/E/C industry's premier marketing and branding experts, with a client reach extending from Boston to Seattle and Chicago to Orlando. He also authored the book "Bold Brand: The New Rules for Differentiating, Branding, and Marketing Your Professional Services Firm." Indianapolis Mayor Gregory A. Ballard recently recognized Miles Design for its "commitment to civic responsibility and passionate service as an Indianapolis design and branding firm." Miles is a popular lecturer at A/E/C industry conferences.
Prolific designer works to advance both profession and community
38, Associate, Architect
Kansas City, Mo.
Architect Matt Murphy has participated in more than 150 projects, both nationwide and overseas, in segments ranging from office, education and retail to sports, hospitality and foodservice. In 2013, he was named an Above & Beyond Volunteer by U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and recently was selected as a juror for the 2015 AIA Institute Honor Awards. Murphy works tirelessly to advance his profession and improve his community. In 2013, he participated in Project Utopia, a design charrette focused on light rail improvements in Kansas City. While serving as regional recruitment chair for USGBC's Midwest branches, he recruited more than 130 new emerging professional members in a single year. Murphy is co-founder of American Institute of Architects Kansas City Gear, a coalition seeking to add vibrancy and visibility to the AIA's Kansas City chapter.
With his guidance, firm achieved historic levels of production
39, Vice President, Preconstruction
Mid-States Concrete Industries
South Beloit, Ill.
His intellect, work ethic and personality quickly catapulted Jeremy Olivotti to the position of foreman after he joined specialty contractor Mid-States Concrete Industries nearly two decades ago. Thereafter, his team executed the firm's most difficult projects in the tristate area of Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. After joining Midstates' preconstruction practice, he revamped methods by which the firm conducted business and, in his current position, has achieved historic levels of production and new order acquisition. Among other achievements, Olivotti was among the first to import the European-designed Deltabeam slim-floor system to the U.S. He is actively involved in the Precast Concrete Institute and local affiliate PCI of Illinois and Wisconsin. He also is a generous contributor to United Way and is involved in his church.
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