Tvsdesign (stylized as tvsdesign) is an architecture, planning, and interior design firm in Atlanta.
|Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)|
|Founders||Bill Thompson, Tom Ventulett and Ray Stainback|
|Janet Simpson, President|
|Services||Architecture, Interior design, Sustainable Design and Urban Design|
|Revenue||$38 Million USD|
Number of employees
Founded in 1968 by Bill Thompson, Tom Ventulett, and Ray Stainback, tvsdesign has designed several notable buildings in greater Atlanta and beyond throughout the years, including the Omni Coliseum and Complex, the Georgia Dome, the AT&T Promenade buildings, the CNN Center, the Concourse at Landmark Center in Sandy Springs, the Georgia Aquarium, the Georgia World Congress Center buildings, and the to-be-completed Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Also running offices in Chicago, Dubai and Shanghai, tvsdesign has designed several prominent buildings outside of Atlanta as well, including the Washington DC Convention Center, the Nanjing International Expo Center, the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, and the Vision Tower in Dubai.
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