Denver-based H+L Architecture
has merged with Treanor Architects
, a nationally recognized form based in Lawrence, Kansas.
The companies will maintain their existing names but will work together during the coming months to develop a new branding identity that will encapsulate the culture and history that unite the firms.
"We are extremely excited to be merging with such an exceptional team of architects and designers," says Scott Kuehn, president of H+L. "Combining teams with portfolios as deep as our two firms is an amazing opportunity to add to our depth of knowledge in all of the markets we are currently serving and continue creating spaces that inspire. This is truly a win-win for H+L, Treanor and our clients."
The merger will strengthen the firms' service offerings, as well as allow them to examine all aspects of customer service to ensure they continue to offer outstanding customer service to all their clients.
H+L, which has offices in Denver and Colorado Springs, focuses on healthcare, education, advanced industries and senior life. Its projects include the Colorado School of Mines Ben Parker Student Center, Northfield High School, Children's Hospital Colorado and the University of Colorado Anschutz Wellness Center.
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