GLASTONBURY: The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM), architects with offices in Connecticut, Georgia, New York and Massachusetts announced a merger with Frank Webb Architects (FWA), located in Los Angeles, California.
According to the a release from Slam “the two companies share a passion for innovation, technology and creativity and have a strong culture rooted in delivering long-term value to their customers.”
The merger, was finalized on September 1.
“When we began speaking with the leadership team at FWA back in 2016, we were amazed at how many ways our two firms were aligned,” said Robert F. Pulito, AIA, President, SLAM. “We have wanted to expand on the West Coast for some time, but this wasn’t just about getting bigger. We were looking for a partner who saw the value in a cohesive team approach.”
The FWA leadership team will join SLAM’s executive team.
“The marriage of these two great companies enables us both to grow in new and exciting ways,” said Gregory W. Coles, AIA, President, Frank Webb Architects. “FWA gains access to diversified geography and new resources, while SLAM gains a West Coast presence and our expertise in key markets. When you combine our talented teams, we are poised to take on even bigger and more complex projects.”