Concord, NH – Warrenstreet Architects Inc. was honored to receive a 2018 Pinnacle Award and named as Small Business of the Year by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce. Joining an esteemed group of Pinnacle Award honorees inducted over the past thirteen years, awards were given in recognition of businesses and individuals who have demonstrated professional excellence and commitment to the Chamber and the community.

Nominated by their peers and selected by a committee of past recipients made up of business and community leaders from the Capital Region, Warrenstreet is proud to join the esteemed group of Pinnacle Award honorees inducted over the past thirteen years. The 13th annual Pinnacle Awards luncheon was held on Thursday, June 7th at the Grappone Conference Center, and attended by all members of their staff.

With emerging attitudes focused on integration of socially responsible business practices, Warrenstreet promotes balance, giving back and making a positive difference in their community. As a Co-Founding member of the Building on Hope Organization, Warrenstreet was the lead Architect for the pro-bono renovation effort of the Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire as well as the Franklin Light and Power Mill housing redevelopment project, both completed in 2018 and acknowledged as revitalizing and responsible design projects with strong positive impacts on our community.

Managing Member and Principal Architect Jonathan Halle accepted the award on Warrenstreet’s behalf.