We're very excited about entering the commercial markets during a time of low activity
Glen Allen, VA (Vocus) April 3, 2010
Virginia’s premiere architectural and urban planning design firm, CMSS Architects, has merged with the federal-focused, multi-discipline engineering consultants, Hankins and Anderson, to form a unique A/E (architecture and engineering) brand where commercial meets federal.
The newly formed, H&A Architects & Engineers, will officially announce their merger on Monday, April 5, 2010.
The firms merged to shape future business offerings in the public and private sectors. H&A will step into the private sector with an architectural focus on commercial projects while continuing to provide engineering services for the federal government.
“We’re very excited about entering the commercial markets during a time of low activity,” said Hankins and Anderson President and CEO, Michael Matthews, P.E.
Both CMSS Architects and Hankins and Anderson have a strong focus on client satisfaction, design excellence, creative solutions through quality leadership.
“The combined focus of federal engineering and commercial architecture will allow for an easier geographic expansion to support current clients of both companies,” said Steven Pearson, AIA, Vice President and Chair of Hankins and Anderson’s Board of Directors
More details to follow next week.
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Hankins and Anderson has built a reputation as a leading consulting engineering firm, handling complex design challenges associated with government and military facilities around the world. The firm is based in Glen Allen, Virginia with offices in Virginia Beach, Virginia and San Diego, California. Hankins and Anderson