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LHB Unveils New Brand Mark, Logo, and Website

For Immediate Release

Contact: Joel Hoekstra
Communications Specialist

LHB Unveils New Brand Mark, Logo, and Website

Refresh of brand elements is first in decades and reflects significant firm growth and changes, CEO says

Minnesota & Wisconsin (June 8, 2022) – LHB Inc., an award-winning engineering, architecture, and planning firm known for its design of bridges, buildings pipelines, and parks has unveiled a new brand mark, logo, and website. The refreshed brand and redesigned website are part of an ongoing effort to raise awareness about the firm. The new brand mark – comprised of three bands in yellow, blue, and gray – reflects the company’s work in three key sectors. The new brand logo replaces a black-and-white icon developed in the 1990s.

“Our brand needed a refresh to truly reflect who we are today,” LHB CEO Rick Carter said. “Over the last few years, LHB’s focus on performance-driven design and close client relationships has helped grow our business considerably. Our services are more diverse, and our work is more integrated. Our culture is more open and transparent.”

LHB’s new website showcases the firm’s work in 15 markets, offering 12 key services. It features job posts and a blog that highlights thought leadership by LHB staff. The site complies with contemporary accessibility standards and is structured for viewing across desktops, tablets, and mobile devices.

About LHB
Founded in Duluth in 1966, LHB is a multidisciplinary architecture, engineering, and planning firm that serves clients nationwide. The 260-person firm specializes in commercial, education, government, healthcare, housing, industrial, pipeline, and public-works projects, and maintains four regional offices in Minnesota and Wisconsin. LHB is committed to providing clients with high-performance design solutions that can meet today’s challenges and create a better tomorrow. In 2021, the Minnesota chapter of the American Institute of Architects honored LHB with its biennial Firm Award. The company also won the American Council of Engineering Companies Minnesota Firm Award in 2001.

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