Spiezle Architectural Group, Inc., an award-winning, full-service architectural, interior design and planning firm with offices in Trenton, New Jersey and Media, Pennsylvania, is pleased to announce its acquisition of GS Architects of Havertown, Pennsylvania. The strategic move, leveraging the strengths of GS Architects, will extend Spiezle’s service portfolio by incorporating their impressive healthcare studio and interior design expertise, and enabling them to better serve the southeast Pennsylvania and surrounding area.
Driving the mission and vision of both firms, the acquisition will empower them to significantly enhance the scope, depth and diversity of client capabilities. The combined force offers a team of 60 professionals with extensive architectural, planning, and interior design expertise in sectors including K-12 education, higher education, healthcare, senior care, commercial, non-profit, hospitality, sustainability, and government markets.
“The GS Architects world-class expertise and unparalleled commitment to service were the conclusive factors that enticed us to pursue the acquisition,” stated Thomas Perrino, interim chief executive officer of Spiezle Architectural Group. “The acquisition exemplifies our commitment to sustained growth and allows Spiezle to broaden its service portfolio and geography.”
GS Architects will continue to operate under its current name and will be a division of Spiezle Architectural Group. No financial terms were disclosed.
“Our partnership with Spiezle Architectural Group provides the opportunity for our clients to benefit from our diversified knowledge base and access to greater resources, increasing efficiency, effectiveness and value,” stated Chris Gaumann, founding partner of GS Architects. “The firm’s collective talents bolster their respective abilities allowing them both to grow and prosper.”
GS Architects’ leadership team of Chris Gaumann, Lisa Sheehan and Bill Hendrickson will continue to actively serve their clients as leaders within the Spiezle organization.Related Articles: