Mergers and Acquisitions

 

Mergers and Acquisitions

  • 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.

     
  • Construction Specifications Institute Acquires Software Developer BSD

    Mergers continue to propagate in the industry, but this week’s union is not of two practices, but rather the acquisition of software developer Building Systems Design by the Construction Specifications Institute.

     
  • Ehrenkrantz Eckstut & Kuhn Merges With Perkins Eastman

    Another marriage of big-name architecture firms occurred earlier this week, with two New York-based practices joining forces: Ehrenkrantz Eckstut & Kuhn and Perkins Eastman.

     
  • Moen M-Power Faucets

    M-Power faucets from Moen feature a motion sensor that starts and stops the flow of water.

     
  • Stantec to Acquire Philadelphia-Based Burt Hill

    Mergers and acquisitions in the A/E industry continue as Edmonton, Alberta–based Stantec has signed a letter of intent to add Philadelphia-based Burt Hill as part of a strategy to become a leading global architecture practice.

     
  • RTKL Acquires Beijing-Based AHS International

    International mergers continue to multiply, even in these bad economic times: RTKL has announced the acquisition of Beijing-based AHS International.

     
  • Stantec to Acquire Anshen + Allen

    The consolidation of architecture firms continues with the announcement that Edmonton, Alberta–based Stantec will acquire San Francisco–based Anshen + Allen, a leading healthcare design firm with 200 employees in four locations in the U.S. and the U.K.

     
  • DLR Group Acquires KKE Architects

    Omaha, Neb.-based DLR Group has acquired KKE Architects, a firm with offices in Minnesota, California, Nevada, and Arizona, in an effort to grow its U.S. business and to enhance its capabilities in China.

     
 
 
 

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