Robey Architecture, Inc. led by Thom Robey, lifelong resident of San Antonio, is on the grow. "Bold moves are made in times like these," according to Thom Robey, CEO of Robey Architecture, Inc.
(PRWEB) August 31, 2009 -- Robey Architecture, Inc. led by Thom Robey, lifelong resident of San Antonio, is on the grow. "Bold moves are made in times like these," according to Thom Robey, CEO of Robey Architecture, Inc.
Mr. Robey announced today the combination of the strengths of Rees Associates, Inc. (REES®), a global Architecture, Planning and Interiors firm, with over $21,000,000,000 in completed work in 35 countries, and Robey Architecture, Inc. will bring together Robey's extensive understanding of the San Antonio community and the global reach of REES. The REES San Antonio office, currently located at 9901 I-10 West, Suite 8023, San Antonio, TX 78230, will close, and the leadership of that office, General David Young, MD, Michelle Clark, IIDA and Walter Curry, AIA, will move to the existing Robey Architecture, Inc. office located downtown at 314 E. Commerce, Suite 850, San Antonio, Texas 78205.
The result of this merger is that REES San Antonio, led by Thom Robey, will reflect the growth of the city of San Antonio. San Antonio has become a part of the global economy while maintaining its unique cultural personality. "With this merger, the sun will never set on the REES San Antonio portfolio, however, the firm will remain sensitive and involved with the special culture that is San Antonio," stated General David Young, MD. "REES has been working in San Antonio for over 20 years. When we decided that San Antonio was one of the cities in which REES needed to grow, we researched 30 firms resulting in identifying Robey Architecture, Inc. as the perfect partner. We are thrilled to merge the REES San Antonio office and all of the assets of REES with Robey Architecture, Inc.," said Dr. Frank Rees, Jr, AIA, LEED AP, Chairman/President/CEO of Rees Associates, Inc.
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