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Legat & Kingscott relocates architecture/interior design office

Move enables the architecture/interior design firm to better serve its expanding clientele.


By Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor | July 18, 2012
This article first appeared in the August 2012 issue of BD+C.

Legat & Kingscott has relocated its Columbus office to 255 East Livingston Avenue. The new studio, located in the German Village neighborhood just south of downtown Columbus, will enable the architecture/interior design firm to better serve its expanding clientele.

Paul Garland, director of the Columbus office, says, “The new location offers technology enhancements and organizational improvements that will fuel a more collaborative and creative approach to our projects.”

Legat & Kingscott is leading several major projects near its central Ohio office. Whitehall City Schools and Lancaster City Schools are in the middle of major building improvement projects. The firm is also working with Johnstown-Monroe Local Schools to obtain a levy that would enable the district to improve educational facilities. +

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