SDVOSB Architectural Firm
Willow Design is an architectural firm fully owned and operated as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business, (SDVOSB). Eugene M. Ogozalek, AIA, president of Willow, and a decorated US Marine, combat wounded disabled veteran of the Viet Nam conflict.
Willow Design provides architecture and interior design services for private and public clients that maximize the construction value for the client while maintaining the highest professional standards in a manner consistent with conservation of the earth’s resources.
Architecture, Interior Design, Value Engineering, Expert Witness, Accessibility Consulting
Primary Work Type
Healthcare, Corporate, Historic Restoration, Renovation/Adaptive Re-Use, Commercial
Willow Design responds to federal solicitations as the prime architect, and to large private architectural / engineering firms as a consultant in order to help the agencies, and the firms to meet the SDVOSB participation goals established under Executive Order 13360, and Public Law 109-461 passed by the US Congress.
Interior Design Award, ASID PA East Chapter, 1997
Pride and Progress Award, Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce, 1998,
The Architectural Heritage Association, Certificate of Merit, 1999
The role of the architect is to bring beauty into the built environment. Natural beauty is God given, however, the architect designs with proportion, light, color and texture to assemble common materials into objects of beauty.
Consistently performing within the program, being on time and on budget, while maintaining the highest level of design integrity and professional ethics. At Willow Design, these two are not mutually exclusive.
The value that we provide to our clients is our ability to analyze, design and solve problems well.