Dewberry acquires Houston’s Wilson Architectural Group

Now known as Dewberry | Wilson, the firm will have access to more MEP, technology design, site/civil, and land development capabilities.

November 23, 2015 |
Dewberry acquires Houston’s Wilson Architectural Group

Items in Wilson Architectural Group's portfolio include Houston's Methodist Hospital. Photo: TMHJPL/Wikimedia Commons

Dewberry, a professional services firm, announced the acquisition of Wilson Architectural Group. Headquartered in Houston, Wilson is a nearly 40-person architectural firm with a portfolio of healthcare, corporate and commercial, industrial, sports and recreation, laboratories, and civic buildings in Houston and throughout Texas. During integration, the Houston office will be known as and will do business as Dewberry | Wilson.

Gary Wilson, Founding Partner of Wilson Architectural Group, said, “The partners at Wilson had been seeking a firm that could help us increase our capacity to support our clients, provide more professional growth opportunities for our employees, and support the future longevity of the practice in Houston.”

To bolster the Houston office’s programming, master planning, architectural design, construction management, and interior design services, Dewberry | Wilson’s employees will now be able to reach into the Dewberry organization for MEP, technology design, site/civil, and land development capabilities.

Jim Draheim, President of Dewberry’s architectural division, said, "Our integrated capabilities will better support existing clients in the region. Because of this office’s excellent track record in healthcare design, we also anticipate significant growth of our national healthcare practice.”

Dewberry currently has offices in the region, including Dallas and Denton, Texas, as well as a long-standing healthcare and civic architectural practice in Tulsa, Okla.

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