EYP, WHR Architects Merge to Address Infrastructure Needs in Healthcare

HOUSTON, Texas — EYP and WHR Architects have merged to better serve today’s most pressing public and private building infrastructure needs: education, healthcare and energy. The strategic alliance provides unparalleled access to integrated thought leadership and high-performance design capabilities, regardless of client location.   

The merger continues the expansive growth that both EYP and WHR have experienced in an increasingly competitive architecture and engineering market. In 2013, EYP grew by 20 percent and opened six new offices and WHR grew by 70 percent. Both firms’ continuing growth demonstrates the power of knowledge leadership to add exponential value in the architecture and engineering design market.The EYP and WHR merger unites 530 professionals to form a seamless innovation culture.

EYP delivers expertise-driven designs in over 100 countries to higher education, government, energy and corporate clients. Prior to joining forces with WHR, EYP expanded its family of practices in 2013 with the addition of The Weidt Group, an energy-consulting and software firm with offices throughout the Midwest.

WHR employs approximately 170 staff and is responsible for several large healthcare projects in the country.

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Posted October 14, 2014

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