In the midst of one of its most successful years to date Good Fulton & Farrell (GFF), one of Dallas’ leading architecture firms, is ecstatic to celebrate 30 years in business.
Opening its first set of doors in 1982, GFF has won more than 100 awards for design excellence, and continues to leave its footprint on the North Texas region, taking on high profile projects such as Forest City’s 3700 McKinney development in West Village and The Hockaday School Centennial Expansion program.
“In spite of working in the context of a challenging economic slowdown, we have enjoyed the steady patronage of existing loyal clients, continued attraction of talented employees, new client relationships and new collaborators, and a body of work with the greatest breadth and quality of any five-year period in our history,” said Chairman and co-founder R. Lawrence Good, FAIA, AICP, LEED AP.
In addition to celebrating its 30th anniversary, GFF is also pleased to announce its recent rankings in Engineering News Record’s (ENR) annual Top 250 Architecture Firms (#126), Top 100 Green Design Firms (#99) and Top Texas Design Firms (#42). “A significant aspect of these listings is that they include huge multi-disciplinary and engineering-focused firms. For a Dallas-based Architecture, Interiors, Planning and Landscape firm like us to rank that high nationally is quite an accomplishment,” said Good.
Next month Good Fulton & Farrell will exhibit “Art by GFF” in Dallas’ Design District to both showcase the artistic abilities of its 90 employees and to celebrate 30 years with clients and friends.
About Good Fulton & Farrell
Good Fulton & Farrell serves as the overall corporate umbrella for three divisions: Good Fulton & Farrell Architects, comprising five distinct studios specializing in different practice areas; GFF Interiors, offering full-service interior design capabilities across a full spectrum of building types; GFF Planning, providing land use planning, campus master planning, urban design and zoning processing assistance.