Gresham Smith Named a Best Place to Work in Charlotte
Gresham Smith is proud to announce that the firm has been named a 2022 Best Place to Work by the Charlotte Business Journal. This recognition is based on feedback from Gresham Smith’s employees about the firm’s culture, team effectiveness, work engagement and trust in leadership. Charlotte is the 11th Gresham Smith office this year to earn Best Place to Work recognition for its strong, positive culture.
“At Gresham Smith, we are proud of the work that we do. For each of us, it’s more than a job. We’re passionate about delivering on our Core Purpose—to plan, design and consult to create healthy and thriving communities,” said Gresham Smith CEO Rodney Chester. “We also want to make sure that we continue to build a culture that values diversity of thought and perspective. We’re honored by this recognition.”
Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, Gresham Smith established a presence in Charlotte in 2015. Locally, the team specializes in providing architecture, interior design and engineering services for the firm’s Aviation, Healthcare, Industrial and Life and Work Places clients. Local projects include the expansion and renovation of Charlotte-Douglas International Airport’s main terminal lobby, the design of Groninger USA, LLC’s American headquarters and several projects at Novant Presbyterian and Mint Hill hospitals.
Active in the community, Gresham Smith’s Charlotte office proudly supports the Charlotte Regional Business Alliance and the United Way of the Central Carolinas. Members of the firm are also involved with the Charlotte chapter of the American Institute of Architects, the International Interior Design Association Carolinas chapter and the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).
This award is the latest addition to Gresham Smith’s growing list of workplace accolades. The firm has also been recognized this year as a top place to work by the Nashville Business Journal, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Tampa Bay Business Journal, Louisville Business First, Birmingham Business Journal, South Florida Business Journal, Orlando Business Journal, Jacksonville Business Journal, Dallas Business Journal and Baton Rouge Business Report.