October 9, 2015 Posted by William McElhiney - No Comments

O’Sullivan Architects – Honored with Silver Award at the 2015 PRISM Awards Gala

 Recognized for Residential Construction Industry Excellence

O’Sullivan Architects of Reading, Massachusetts was recognized for professional excellence with a coveted PRISM Award on October 9th, 2015.



Silver Winner - 2015 PRISM Awards

Silver Winner – 2015 PRISM Awards


Hosted by The Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston (BRAGB), the PRISM Awards recognize the finest projects and outstanding achievements of builders, developers, project owners, architects, land planners, marketing/advertising firms, interior designers, remodelers, and other professionals in the home building industry.

This year’s PRISM Awards Gala presented awards in nearly 75 different categories to honor the accomplishments of those who influence the building and design industry in Greater Boston. O’Sullivan Architects won in the category Best New Corporate Website – Silver Award and was recognized as trailblazer in their field.

“Each year the PRISM Awards honors the movers and shakers of the home building industry. The ceremony is an incredible opportunity for the building industry to come together and celebrate the accomplishments of their peers and show support for one another” said Lorraine DeVaux, Chief Executive Officer of the Builders Association of Greater Boston.  “Our winners this year once again prove that New England is home to some of the most extraordinary members of the building industry.”

BRAGB received more than 225 entries for the PRISM Awards this year, which is the highest number of entries in the program since at least 2007. A distinguished panel representing various segments of the residential building industry gathered for two days of judging in August. For more information about the PRISM Awards, please visit www.prism-awards.com.

About O’Sullivan Architects

O’Sullivan Architects sales growth trends and market opportunities encouraged pursuit of adding to the professional talent.  Following the acquisition of a smaller architectural firm, it became evident that we needed to communicate efficiently, to existing customers and those in the market for architecture, design, and planning, that we had expanded the firm.  We wanted to fully embrace the newly acquired “projects-in-process” and feature some of those new clients in our company seamlessly.   And to feature the newly acquired talent, and expanded market sectors, a revamped website was considered to be a crucial vehicle to announce of our expanded capabilities.  Not to mention, the demands of new technologies in wireless and mobile devices, were further critical factors to influencing the direction of the new website.

The welcoming video on our “Home” screen was a key element of the new website and featured members of the firm while at work in our corporate office – the videographer and voiceover were the only outsourced professionals.

The “Our Work” tab is one of the most successful elements of the new website and quickly allows a potential client to see at a glance the depth and breadth of the scope of work we provide.  The Project Circles snapshot the types of projects we have completed and a simple click brings you into the job details.

The “Meet Our Team” tab was great fun to develop and each person was responsible for their page to help create a true bio for all to see.  It is the strongest value within our company – the talent of the people who work here make the difference in what we deliver each and every day for our clients.

O’Sullivan Architects was pleased we chose the talented staff at Creative Resources Group to relaunch our website.


The Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston (BRAGB) has represented the industry since 1944 as one of the leading trade associations in New England. Affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Massachusetts (HBRAMA), BRAGB promotes professionalism and high ethical standards for the industry, influences public policy and encourages civic and environmental responsibility within the building industry. For more information about the many benefits of this three-in-one membership, visit www.bragb.org.