Congratulations to Platt Boyd, Winner of the 2013 River Region Young Professional of the Year!

The Young Professional of the Year Award recognizes the achievements of a young professional in the River Region, age 22-40, who has demonstrated noteworthy commitment to excellence and community service in his/her profession; who has worked to promote the well-being of his or her community as a whole; and who has demonstrated a high level of leadership, commitment and innovation through professional and personal growth.
We are excited to announce that our own Platt Boyd has been named winner of the Young Professional of the Year Award for 2013. In an award ceremony held at the Capital City Club on February 13, 2013, Platt accepted the recognition presented by the Torchbearers’ Alumni Committee of EMERGE Montgomery, a program of Leadership Montgomery. Congratulations, Platt! We are thankful for your leadership in the community as well as here at Seay, Seay, & Litchfield.


The River Region Ethics in Business and Public Service Awards acknowledges and upholds businesses which foster a climate of ethical integrity and promote ethical awareness. In 2012, Seay Seay & Litchfield was recognized as the frontrunner in the Small Business Category.

Seay, Seay & Litchfield Architects, celebrating its 35th anniversary, is a service-oriented Architecture firm practicing with a philosophy of Quality by Design and a charge to serve others by the Golden Rule: one should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself. Manifestation of the golden rule compels SS&L to substantially contribute to the well-being of the community and the livelihoods of each other and their neighbors. Results are a firm wide effort to better the lives of clients and employees though use of the utmost ethical standards and environmentally-responsible design, diversified staffing, commitment to education within the firm and abroad, dedication to philanthropic causes, and involvement in the community. In turn, SS&L is 1 of 3 firms in the Nation recognized for its industry leading, benchmarking environment, which attracts our Country’s top talent to the River Region.


Seay, Seay & Litchfield, P.C., has been awarded the IDP Outstanding Firm Award for the term of 2011-2014. Having previously received the IDP Outstanding Firm Award for the term of 2008-2011, we are 1 of 3 Firms in the Nation to be recognized consecutively. Here’s what the Intern Development Program Advisory Committee had to say about SS&L.

The jury convened in November to consider the submissions for this award and verified that your firm not only meets all twelve of the mandatory criteria but goes above and beyond in Category 6: Innovation, thus making it an outstanding environment for interns pursuing licensure.

What is IDP?  The Intern Development Program is comprehensive training, focused on the professional development of architectural interns. Through required activities, IDP interns acquire knowledge, understanding and skills that build their core competencies.

What does it mean to be an Outstanding IDP firm?  This recognition as an Outstanding IDP Firm demonstrates our deep commitment to the development of Architects through mentorship, education, evaluation, and total firm involvement. Our development of our staff, ensures the most responsible design and construction practices available.

What does this mean to a student?  This distinction, awarded consecutively to only 3 firms in the entire Nation, assures students that employment with SS&L provides the best learning environment for professional growth. Emerging from our IDP program equals an unmatched real-world education.

What does this mean to clients?  Clients can expect innovative and creative design, tempered with the premier knowledge and experience of our architectural best practices.


Seay Seay & Litchfield has been creating Award Winning architecture and design for 35 years. From the landmark interior restoration of the Alabama State Capitol, to exquisite private residences, SS&L has made their mark as one of Alabama’s finest architecture firms.
Cornerstones of the SS&L firm philosophy are “Quality by design”, “Disciplined Creativity”, and “Honoring Commitments.” Dedication to our philosophy and to our clients consistently results in successfully completed projects.


Awards, Honors, and Publications

2013

Young Professional of the Year, Platt Boyd

Dannelly Field Air National Guard Composite Operations & Training Facility
Architectural Products

2012

IDP Outstanding Firm Award

River Region Ethics Award, Small Business Category
The Samaritan Counseling Center

The Daily Sentinel
Meeting the Future Today
March 2012

The Tuscaloosa News
Seay, Seay & Litchfield designed, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity House
August 2012

The Dothan Eagle
Seay, Seay & Litchfield designed, Troy University Malone Hall
September 2012

2011

IDP Outstanding Firm Award

American Institute of Architects, Montgomery Chapter, Honorable Mention
Dannelly Composite Operations & Training Headquarters, Staircase Detail

Hospitality Design Magazine
December 2011-’Trends: Campus Dining’
Troy University Dining Facility

Design Alabama
Journal 2011 – Volume XXI
‘Creating a Transition Between Old and New’
Public Safety Building

Building Beyond Boundaries
Fall 2011
Troy University Dining Facility

Montgomery Advertiser
‘A 5 Star Restaurant On Campus’
Troy University Dining Facility

2010

IDP Outstanding Firm Award

Building Beyond Boundaries
Fall 2010
Troy University Dining Facility

2009

IDP Outstanding Firm Award

American Institute of Architects Montgomery, Honorable Mention
Alabama Department of Public Safety Building

The Montgomery Business Journal
‘Quality By Design’
November 2009 Issue

Troy University Magazine
Cover Story – Hawkins Hall
Spring 2009

Lessons: Laying the Foundation for Tomorrow’s Education
2009 Vol. 2
Cover Story – Hawkins Hall

2008

IDP Outstanding Firm Award

Design With Brick, Brick Industry Southeast Region, Honor Award
Ross Hall

2006

Commander’s Award
Dannelly Air National Guard

AIArchitect
‘Alabama Honors Nine’
Fort Whiting Joint Armed Forces Reserve Center

Design Alabama
Spring/Summer 2005 – ‘First Super Armory’
Fort Whiting Joint Armed Forces Reserve Center

2005

Alabama Council of the American Institute of Architects, Merit Award
Fort Whiting Super Armory, Mobile, AL

Design Alabama
Spring/Summer 2005 – ‘First Super Armory’
Fort Whiting Joint Armed Forces Reserve Center

2003

Alabama Recreation & Parks Association, Outstanding New Facility Award for a city with a population of 15,000 or less
City of Valley, Alabama, Community Center

1999

Architectural Firm of the Year, by Central Alabama American Subcontractors Association

1995

United States Air Force Design Award Program, Merit Award
United States Air Force Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Academy – Gunter Annex, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

United States Air Force Design Award Program, Honor Award
United States Air Force Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Academy – Gunter Annex, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

United States Air Force Design Award Program, Honor Award
United States Air Force Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Dormitory – Gunter Annex, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

1993

United States Air Force Design Award Program for Concept Design, Merit Award
United States Air Force Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Dormitory – Gunter Annex, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

1982

Southern Living: September Issue
‘New Life For Selma’s Fairoaks Square’
Fairoaks Square