WARRENSTREET PRINCIPAL JONATHAN HALLE HONORED AS ONE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE’S MOST INFLUENTIAL BUSINESS LEADERS
Jonathan Halle, AIA, a Principal and Managing Member of Warrenstreet Architects in Concord, New Hampshire, was honored by NH Business Review as one of the most influential Architectural Design leaders in the inaugural New Hampshire 200 list. Unprecedented in scope, the New Hampshire 200 is the product of a yearlong research initiative by the editors of NH Business Review resulting in a personal, engaging look at the state’s most influential business leaders across major industries. NH Business Review celebrated the New Hampshire 200 during a reception on October 30th at the Double Tree by Hilton Manchester Downtown.
A dual licensed Architect and Landscape Architect, Halle is a Principal and Managing Member of Warrenstreet Architects, a full-service architectural planning and design firm started in 1990. Experiencing consistent growth overall growth for the last three decades while providing services to a wide range of commercial, municipal, corporate, educational, housing and healthcare clients. Licensed in all New England states, NCARB and EDAC Certified, LEED® AP BD+C accredited, Halle has a passion for cultivating community and giving back to those less fortunate. He is the Co-Chair of the Building on Hope organization and has had made significant pro-bono design contributions throughout New Hampshire. “Your reputation and impact will be driven by perceptions and personal relationships you create. Work hard to build strong foundations, and the structure and support you need will follow. I am extremely honored to be recognized among so many outstanding, influential and inspiring leaders both within and outside my own industry.”
The New Hampshire 200 recognizes business owners and leaders from all corners of the state across major industries, including architecture/engineering/construction, business and professional services, education, energy, finance, healthcare, hospitality, law, manufacturing, media/marketing, nonprofit, real estate, retail and technology. NH Business Review plans to compile the New Hampshire 200 on a bi-annual basis for publication. The New Hampshire 200 book includes personal, career and industry insight for readers, such as business lessons learned, challenges, predictions and more.
“Based on our extensive contacts in regional business circles, hundreds of interviews and months of research, we developed a highly selective biographical guide of the 200 people who really run New Hampshire,” said Jeff Feingold, editor of NH Business Review. “We are excited to bring this extensive level of insight to the people of New Hampshire, and to honor Jonathan in our inaugural group of individuals who have had and continue to make such an incredible impact on the state.”
Warrenstreet Architects, Inc., is an award-winning Employee-Owned Cooperative inspiring creative and sustainable Planning, Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Interior Design Services for Public and Private entities throughout New England. They were recently named a 2019 Business of the Year by New Hampshire Magazine and 2018 Small Business of the Year by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce. For more information visit www.warrenstreet.coop