The NCACCT greatly appreciates our Business Partners!
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Moseley Architects is among the southeast’s most trusted public sector architects, offering exceptional design to higher education clients. Since their inception 50 years ago, the firm has earned a reputation for quality, reliability, and responsiveness. With dedicated and creative professionals spread among the firm’s nine locations in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, they work to routinely deliver functional, efficient, and appealing solutions within rigorous budgets and schedules. Additionally, they offer experience and service gained through their work on over 100 collegiate projects. This includes extensive campus planning, programming, and design experience in a broad portfolio of collegiate projects, including academic, research, recreation, athletic, arts and student life. The firm is committed to working with clients on projects featuring high performance and sustainable design, with 80 LEED certified projects (ranging from basic to platinum certification). For more information visit: www.moseleyarchitects.com
Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP
Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law) is a North Carolina-based law firm with attorneys serving clients statewide with offices located in Raleigh, Charlotte, and Wilmington. Founded in 1992, we advise and represent clients in all stages of litigation before federal and state courts in North Carolina, as well as select administrative agencies. We have built a reputation as a firm of tough-minded and tenacious trial lawyers who will work with clients at all stages of the litigation process, from avoiding incidents that may lead to law-suits to navigating the complex state and federal court systems. Our services cover 27 different practice areas including education law, business law, employment law, elder and estate planning, medical malpractice, family law, worker’s compensation and more. We have handled more than 100,000 matters in North Carolina. For more information visit: www.cshlaw.com