MADISON – Flad Architects, the largest architecture firm in Madison, is opening new offices in Boston and San Diego. The new locations will allow Flad to work more closely with clients in two of the nation’s top markets for science and technology, an area where Flad leads the nation in planning, programming, and design solutions for life sciences facilities.
Flad was recently ranked the nation’s top architecture and engineering firm for laboratory facilities and second-ranked firm for science and technology in Building Design + Construction’s latest Giants report.
“These new locations will help us to better support our clients and the important work they are doing in Boston and San Diego,” CEO Jeff Zutz said. “In addition, this expansion will enhance Flad’s ability to attract top talent for projects in Boston, San Diego, and nationwide.”
Founded in Madison in 1927, Flad now has offices in 10 cities across the country, including the Madison office, which employs 200 people. Flad serves clients nationwide and is consistently ranked among the nation’s top architectural firms, both overall and in science and technology, academic, and healthcare design.
Flad has partnered with many BioForward organizations, including Exact Sciences, UW Health, and UW-Madison.
About Flad Architects
Flad Architects is a national knowledge-based planning and design firm committed to creating environments that enhance human potential. In partnership with leading research organizations, universities, healthcare institutions, and science-based companies,
Flad designs innovative facilities with standout dedication to detail. These advanced spaces enable the clients Flad serves to make revolutionary discoveries that have a profound impact on society.
Over 95 years of passionate and rigorous focus on buildings devoted to the sciences has earned Flad consistently high rankings among the nation’s top architectural firms, both overall and in science and technology, academic, and healthcare design. Flad’s work amplifies the abilities of those learning, working, and undergoing treatment in the environments its team creates and has won more than 300 design awards.