In October of 2012, Seay Seay & Litchfield was recognized as the frontrunner in the Small Business Category, of the River Region Ethics in Business and Public Service Awards. This designation acknowledges and upholds businesses which foster a climate of ethical integrity and promote ethical awareness. 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 environment, which attracts our Country’s top talent to the River Region.
Alpha Tau Omega/ Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Houses
In the aftermath of April’s tornados, our hearts go out to the regions that experienced devastation at the hands of these destructive storms. Our thoughts and prayers are with these Communities as they attempt to rebuild their cities and livelihoods.
As the Tuscaloosa area rebuilds, Seay, Seay & Litchfield continues forth with our work on the University of Alabama Campus with the Alpha Tau Omega and Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Houses. Nearing completion, the Alpha Tau Omega House is expected to be ready for occupancy this Fall Semester. In the heart of campus, this state-of-the-art facility provides brothers and alumni with premier living quarters and sophisticated fellowship spaces that will satisfy their growing Chapter and social functions. (Scott: include a recent picture of the ATO House and caption it as such).
The relocation of the Phi Delta Theta into a new Chapter House commands attention, at the corner of University Boulevard and Second Avenue. The economical and energy efficient Chapter House will provide the occupancy of 30 Dorms, House Manager Suite, full-service Kitchen capable of serving both the Dining Hall and adjoining Fellowship Hall concurrently, naturally-lit Chapter Room, Recreation Room, Library, Formal Sitting Area, Study Hall, Laundry Room, and secured Social Courtyard to accommodate large Game Day events.