Elaine Williamson Designs has launched a LEED AP Accredited residential and commercial interior design division in response to increasing marketplace demand.
Elaine Williamson Designs announced it has launched a LEED
AP Accredited residential and commercial interior design division in response
to increasing marketplace demand for “green design solutions,” and also best
service its rapidly escalating client base. This as the company recently
announced it has secured five new home and business interior design contracts
within the past month.
Elaine Williamson Designs’ new LEED AP Accredited residential
and commercial interior design division is spearheaded by ASID Allied Member
Joanna Jackson. As the division head, Jackson
is charged with cultivating Elaine Williamson Designs’ “green project
portfolio” relative to both new business development and client services. In
addition to driving residential and commercial client acquisition initiatives,
Joanna and her team also execute contracted eco-conscious interior design and
re-design projects from start to finish, including defining project scope,
space planning and layout conceptualization, and furnishing and materials
procurement. LEED Team design coordinator Kathleen Boykin also oversees related
vendor and contractor relations.
“We’ve been extremely blessed to continue our growth
trajectory during tough economic times,” said Elaine Williamson, principal of
Elaine Williamson Designs. “Bringing Joanna on board and concurrently
establishing this new LEED AP Accredited interior design division is a direct
reflection of where we are today, and how our company intends to grow, prosper,
adapt and provide maximum value for our clients in the months and years ahead.”
The company’s new LEED division launches amid a flurry of
sales activity at Elaine Williamson Designs, with five new contracts recently procured.
A commercial project for North Texas Spine and Sport entails a complete
re-design for a physician’s personal office and four patient rooms. This
contract is a continuation of the company’s prior engagement with Texas Spine
and Sport that is now complete, where Elaine Williamson Designs re-designed the
medical office’s exterior façade, lobby and lounge areas.
Combined, the 4 newly contracted home projects encompass
nearly every residential space, including entry/foyer, office, bathroom, dining
room, breakfast area, kitchen, sitting room, family room and formal living
room. All five of Elaine Williamson Designs’ newly contracted projects were
driven by satisfied client referrals.
“It means so much that the majority of our business is
derived from client referrals,” Williamson said. “Have past clients
enthusiastically and proactively spreading the word about our company and
design work is extraordinarily gratifying and a reward unto itself.”