ThinkForm Architects #80 on The Zweig Group’s 2022 Hot Firm List

Hopewell, NJ – ThinkForm Architects has been recognized as one of the top 100 fastest-growing Architecture firms in the United States and Canada by the Zweig Group. ThinkForm makes its debut at #80 on the 2022 Hot Firm list based on three-year growth in revenue, by both percentage and dollar growth. These firms have outperformed the economy and competitors to become leaders in their respective fields. “We are honored by this recognition”, stated President and founder of ThinkForm, Russell DiNardo, “and are grateful to our clients who have entrusted ThinkForm with over $150M in construction value since our founding in 2011. We are also thankful for a talented and committed staff, without whom this success would not be possible.” ThinkForm specializes in adding value through architecture and design for hospitality, healthcare, education, and multi-family residential, among other building types.

Led by Russell DiNardo and Michael Crackel, ThinkForm Architects, with locations in Hopewell, NJ and Charleston, SC, is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Architecture and Design firm specializing in “total environments” for public and private entities. ThinkForm is passionate about Architecture, Design, Art, and apply our passion with rigor to provide value through design by balancing functionality, budget, and beauty to create sustainable and extraordinary places. ThinkForm achieves this by observing, listening, researching, collaborating, imagining, and articulating – THINKing and FORMing.

“Demand for services and expertise on the client side and meaningful career growth on the employee side has made it fundamentally important that every AEC firm has growth embedded into their strategy,” said Jamie Claire Kiser, Managing Principal and Director of Advisory Services at Zweig Group. “We congratulate the 2022 Zweig Group Hot Firm winners for seizing the opportunity and celebrate their successes today as well as the successes that are outcomes of the growth culture that the Hot Firm winners embody.”