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Structure Studios celebrates 10 years

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The company develops software for swimming pool builders, landscape architects and hardscape contractors.

| March 30, 2012

Structure Studios celebrates 10 years in business.

 

HENDERSON, Nev. – Structure Studios, developers of professional 3D design software for swimming pool builders, landscape architects, and hardscape contractors, recently celebrated 10 years in business.

“My team and I are preparing some awesome new features that we’re looking forward to introducing in the coming months as we celebrate 10 years together with our customers,” said Noah Nehlich, founder and owner of Structure Studios. “We’re privileged to collaborate with great designers and contractors and we look forward to continuing to help our customers grow their businesses.”

After 10 years of helping customers create fully-interactive 3D designs and presentations, Structure Studios continues to focus on the outdoor living space designers, architects, and contractors who rely on the company’s software. In the past five years, Structure Studios has grown from reaching 70 percent to now reaching more than 96 percent of industry leaders.

After experiencing success from collaborating with swimming pool builders using Pool Studio, Structure Studios developed VizTerra to offer the same customer support, frequent updates, and intuitive 3D design software to landscape architects and hardscape contractors. The company also introduced its VIP Suite in order to offer a complete package to designers of swimming pools, hardscapes, and landscapes, and then developed the Academic package to support and encourage students entering the field.

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