Loveless Porter Earns Spot in Manassas Business Hall of Fame With 8th “Best Of” Award

Anybody familiar with the work of Loveless Porter Architects in Manassas, VA will not be surprised to learn that this storied firm has maintained its spot in the “Manassas Business Hall of Fame,” with its eighth “Best of Manassas” win. From foundational projects such as City Hall and Harris Pavillion to inviting eateries and watering holes, and even mixed-use developments that are redefining the downtown area, Loveless Porter has long helped to shape the city with a self-described “Historic heart with a modern beat.” 

“We are fortunate to have earned challenging, interesting work with truly innovative clients, allowing us to make a real impact here,” said Loveless Porter CEO Sean Porter. “I am really proud of what we are able to accomplish through these partnerships, and to watch how each of these businesses in turn add to the vibrancy of Manassas.”

Each year, the Manassas Award Program recognizes companies that excel in their industry, contribute to the local economy and make a difference in the community. As stated on the organization’s website: “These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community.  These exceptional companies help make the Manassas area a great place to live, work and play.”

Winners are determined based on information gathered both internally by the Manassas Award Program and data provided by third parties, including a public nomination process. Visit the Loveless Porter project gallery online to view some of the work that has kept them in the top spot for the last 8 years: