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For all media inquiries, please contact Krystal Paisley at kpaisley@msconsultants.com or 614.898.7100.

In The News

ms Q+A: Rachel Smith

Maggie Kearns | October 2017

Can’t decide where you’d like to go on your dream vacation? You need to talk to Rachel! With bucket list items like a trip to Australia and a beach vacation in Italy, her get-away ideas are sure to inspire you! We asked Rachel to tell us a bit more about her life on the clock as an architectural designer and off the clock. 

Hilton Columbus at Easton Completes Redesign

ms consultants, inc. | August 2017

The Hilton Columbus at Easton in Columbus, Ohio has announced the completion of its $27.3 million overhaul from locally based practices Mosaic Design Studio and ms consultants. The 345-key, seven-story property previously wrapped a $14 million guestroom refresh last year.

Press Releases

Walt Gray Joins ms consultants Raleigh as Senior Business Development Representative

Krystal Paisley | June 2017

ms consultants, inc., an engineering, architectural, and planning firm headquartered in Columbus, Ohio announced that Walt Gray has joined their team. He joins their Raleigh, North Carolina office as a Senior Business Development Representative.

Tony Uranker joins ms consultants Akron in global business development and sales

Maggie Kearns | June 2017

ms consultants, inc. an engineering, architectural, and planning firm headquartered in Columbus, Ohio announced that Tony Urankar has joined their team. He joins their Akron, Ohio office in the Global Business Development division.

Thought Leadership

The Future of Retail Banking: The Security Shift

Krystal Paisley | September 2017

As technology changes, so does the security within retail banks. Over the years, retail banks have shifted from hardened security to passive security.

The Future of Retail Banking: Building Evolution

ms consultants, inc. | August 2017

As the industry evolves, retail bank buildings and staff sizes are getting smaller. The traditional banking branch is no more.