Mergers and Acquisitions

 

Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Perkins+Will Acquires Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners

    Perkins+Will announces a merger with Toronto-based Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners, helping P+W to expand its work in sports and recreation facilities.

     
  • What Does 2010 Hold for Architects?

    We ask five experts to predict how their sectors of the AEC industry will fare next year. The upshot: Don't expect a quick turnaround from this recession.

     
  • Stantec Acquires Granary Associates

    Global design and consulting firm Stantec announced on Oct. 28 that it is acquiring Granary Associates, a Philadelphia-based healthcare architecture and interiors firm.

     
  • SmithGroup, F&S Partners Merge

     
  • Manufactured Landscape Collection Carpet Tiles From Tandus

    Tandus’ Manufactured Landscape Collection carpet tiles are manufactured in a 6-foot (1.8-m) pattern repeat, so various surface elements are created without duplication. The 24- by 24-inch (610- by 610-mm) tiles come in different sets of three and can be installed in a non-directional method.

     
  • Efficient, Effective and Responsible Buildings Are Environmental and Economic

    Author, speaker and consultant Alan Whitson, president of the Corporate Realty, Design and Management Institute, Portland, Ore., is the creator of a seminar series, “Turning Green into Gold.”

     
  • HOK Sport Is a Free Agent

    The board of HOK Group and the managers of HOK Sport Venue Event, which has been a part of HOK for a quarter century and a wholly owned subsidiary since 2000, have agreed to a transfer of ownership, allowing HOK Sport to become an independent firm.

     
  • The House of Morrison

    Scottish businessmen Sir Fraser and Peter Morrison, who just acquired Hillier, have turned the languishing firm rmjm into a global powerhouse.

     
  • Reed's Acquisition of Tectonic Could Accelerate BIM Revolution

    Reed Construction Data of Atlanta, a division of the $10 billion Reed Elsevier publishing empire, is acquiring another Atlanta company, Tectonic Partners. The purchase, for an undisclosed sum, will combine Reed's massive data and marketing resources with

     
  • Open Office

    Branching out to new markets is becoming de rigueur for architecture firms, but there's more than one way to go about it.

     
 
 
 

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