Mergers and Acquisitions


Mergers and Acquisitions

  • A Lobbying Case Study

    Here's how the profession is navigating the crowded halls of government, in Washington, D.C., and beyond.

  • Soft Mergers

    Building a strategic alliance is a way to expand without exposing your firm to liability.

  • Product: G.E.M. EuroLite Slate

    Lightweight, recycled rubber roofing that recreates the look of slate shingles.

  • HMC Architects and Beverly Prior Architects Join Forces

    California-based HMC Architects, a 400-person, California-based firm with offices in Nevada and Arizona, is expanding through a merger with San Francisco's Beverly Prior Architects.

  • Light Meter

    Using the right lighting calculation tools can affect a project's success or failure, so how do designers choose the right ones for the job?

  • Ratio Architects, Cherry Huffman Finalize Merger

    Industry consolidation continues as two regional firms join forces. Indianapolis-based Ratio Architects announced the finalization of its merger with Raleigh, N.C.-based Cherry Huffman Architects.

  • Hillier Employees Sue RMJM Over Merger Bonus

    A group of employees originally with the U.S. architecture firm Hillier Architecture, which merged with Edinburgh, Scotland-based RMJM in 2007, is suing the parent company to reclaim $664,000 of a promised cash bonus.

  • Robert A.M. Stern Receives 2011 Driehaus Prize

    New York–based architect and Yale architecture dean Robert A.M. Stern is the 2011 winner of the Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture.

  • Enrique Norten Takes South Korean Mega-Firm to Court

    When a merger with Heerim Architects & Planners went south, the TEN Arquitectos founder sued the firm, claiming breach of contract.

  • Shopping Spree

    The past year has seen an uptick in A/E M&A activity. We look at three transactions to learn what motivated each side to agree to a union.



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