AOS Interior Environments Adds to Its Growing Team

NEW ORLEANS – AOS Interior Environments is announced in a press release that Alexis Vigier Miranne has joined its Manufactured Interior Construction team as its newest business developer. Miranne will be responsible for cultivating relationships across the region; raising AOS and the Manufactured Interior Construction Division’s profile with both end users and key influencers—designers, architects, general contractors, and developers—and serving as a go-to Manufactured Interior Construction educator and project liaison.

With an English literature and journalism background, Miranne has built her career around strategic communication. Most recently, she was the marketing communications specialist for Phelps Dunbar, where she worked closely with the firm’s CMBDO and 280+ attorneys to personify the brand, streamline the firm’s voice, and modernize marketing materials to generate talent and business. Prior to that, she was the director of marketing for Trapolin-Peer Architects where she was integral in facilitating business development and marketing functions advancing the firm’s brand, managing business opportunities and collaborating with the firm’s leadership. 

Miranne’s commitment to messaging and knowledge of the industry made her an outstanding candidate to join AOS’s growing team as the company continues to expand its capabilities in Manufactured Interior Construction, providing clients with rapid and sustainable solutions that respond and adapt to companies’ changing needs.

AOS is a full-service provider of contract furniture, manufactured interior construction, storage solutions and installation and service. It is the largest FF&E (furniture, fixtures and equipment) contractor in Louisiana and Mississippi and has been partnering with its clients and the architectural community to create beautiful, functional and productive spaces for over 42 years. Its collaborative approach to workplace design results in precise solutions carefully attuned to each client’s purpose.

 

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