VIA Architecture merges with Perkins Eastman - architecture and design

VIA Architecture merges with Perkins Eastman

Metrotown SkyTrain Station Renovation in Burnaby, British Columbia, was designed by VIA Architecture. Photo courtesy Ed White Photography
Perkins Eastman and VIA Architecture have announced their recent merger on July 1, 2021. TA global architecture and design firm with 1,100 employees, Perkins Eastman has worked on projects on five continents in 60 countries. Vancouver-, Seattle-, and Oakland-based VIA is known for its expertise in infrastructure architecture, transit systems alignment design, mobility-oriented development, urban planning, multi-unit residential, and affordable housing design.
?We have been working together with VIA on a variety of projects for several years. During that time, we have come to appreciate the unique skills and capabilities that VIA brings to a merged firm, and we are very happy that they too saw how mutually beneficial a merger would be,? says Bradford Perkins, FAIA, MRAIC, Chairman of Perkins Eastman. ?Moreover, this merger fulfills a long-time goal to have a high quality established presence in two of our favorite cities, Seattle and Vancouver.? ?Joining forces will further strengthen both VIA and Perkins Eastman, and open new doors of opportunity,? says Wolf Saar, FAIA, MRAIC, Managing Principal of VIA Architecture. ?VIA?s reach will expand across North America as we continue to serve our existing clients while bringing our approach and passion to new sectors and regions coast-to-coast in Canada, the U.S., and beyond.? 
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