Clayco Subsidiary Lamar Johnson Collaborative Combines with BatesForum Architecture Firm

Lamar Johnson Collaborative, a subsidiary of constructor Clayco, will combine with Clayco-owned architecture firm BatesForum, creating one firm of more than 240 professionals in five offices with capabilities in integrated design and delivery.

The expanded firm has expertise in commercial, residential, multi-use, interiors, healthcare, retail, planning, landscape, education and industrial architecture, as well as a strategy team which uses economic and ethnographic data to consult with clients on workplace trends and asset optimization. Among the firm’s capabilities are the Technical Assurance Group, which consults with project teams to apply lessons from the built environment to projects still on the drawing board, and the Virtual Design and Construction team, which provides BIM support for the use of integrated models and provides collaboration space for real-time decision making by owners.

The larger LJC will continue the tradition of civic and community engagement practiced by both Lamar Johnson Collaborative and Clayco.

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Posted June 25, 2019

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