Hurry! HM's Top Design Companies survey is only open through May 2

Hotel Management's 2014 Top Design Companies survey is open through May 2. Companies in this survey are ranked by total lodging project revenue for 2013. This survey is open to design and architecture firms that do hotel/lodging projects around the world. Data may reflect projects around the world.

We publish this popular survey annually and to be included, companies must take the survey every time it is open. 

Click here to take the 2014 survey, open through May 2. Or, paste the following URL into your browser: www.surveymonkey.com/s/YFYPZF7

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Click here to see the 2013 Top Design Companies survey from the May 2013 issue of Hotel Management. 

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Participation in all Hotel Management surveys is voluntary. If companies wish to be listed they must fit the survey's criteria and they must complete the survey by the cutoff date. Inclusion in survey listings is open to all companies that fit a survey's criteria and submit the required information on time. Participation in surveys is free. Hotel Management is not responsible for ensuring companies complete the survey. 

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