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Board & Vellum receives Just label from the International Living Future Institute, a voluntary reporting tool for social justice and equity indicators in the workplace.

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Just Label

In 2023, Board & Vellum joined a select few architecture and design firms in the state to have achieved a Just label.

Board & Vellum is proud to have achieved a Just label, a leading metric for measuring social justice and equity in the workplace. The Just program was created by the International Living Future Institute (ILFI) as a voluntary disclosure tool for organizations to evaluate themselves through the lens of social justice.

Board & Vellum has always strived to be a forward-thinking design firm fostering a healthy and equitable workplace, and the Just program gives us ongoing assessments and detailed metrics for Diversity & Inclusion, Equity, Employee Health, Employee Benefits, Stewardship, and Purchasing & Supply Chain to help us reach even further towards our goals.

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Who are we, anyway? For starters, we are a close-knit team of creative professionals, collaborating on architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture. We love what we do, and we have fun doing it. As your advocates, our goal is to help you realize a project that you love.


As a young firm, we are humbled and honored to be recognized for not only our design work and professional service, but for being a great place to work. This inspires us to keep pushing forward to bring the next great project in our community to life.

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