Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Alberice Architecture + Design and MHAworks announce merger

Representatives from MHAworks and Alberice Architecture + Design announced the two companies have merged as MHAworks, PA effective October 1, 2016. 
MHAworks is currently a leading force in North Carolina architecture, with offices located in Durham, Pittsboro, and Greenville, while Alberice Architecture + Design has been focused on the Asheville market since 1989.  The merger offers MHAworks the opportunity to expand its client-focused service to Western North Carolina and it offers Peter Alberice and his staff more depth and strength to draw from to service their clients.     
“The merger allows us to provide regional, personalized service to clients in the western part of the state,” Michael Hining, President and Founder of MHAworks states. “This is our fourth office in North Carolina.  Our growth has been very targeted and strategic.  As a firm, we understand the importance of being a part of the communities in which we work and this move is a natural next step for us. We believe that client service works best when we are close to our clients and their projects.”
Founded in 1988, MHAworks has a staff of thirty-six professionals providing architecture, interior design and planning services. The firm delivers classic design with next generation creativity, and leadership that puts the client first.

Alberice Architecture + Design is a full service architecture firm located in downtown Asheville, North Carolina with over 30 years of experience.

“Asheville and Buncombe County, as a whole, are growing rapidly,” says George Hining, Director or Business Development for MHAworks.  “Clients in Central and Eastern North Carolina have grown accustom to exceptional service that can only occur when we are embedded in their communities. This merger extends our presence to Western North Carolina.”
Ben Teague, executive director of the Asheville-Buncombe County Economic Development Coalition stated “When you take a long-time community pillar like Alberice Architecture and combine it with the breadth and depth of MHAworks Architecture you get a firm that is ready to lead our community into the next stage of quality growth.”

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