Merriman Anderson Architects grows Dallas office

Merriman Anderson Architects (MAA) announces continuous growth as the firm adds twenty professionals to the Dallas office. Architects and Designers who have joined the firm in the last few months include:

Chuy Adame
David Anderson
Raphael Anguiano
Courtney Batten
Jordi Brown
Leah Culver
Sunil Demel
Sam Goulas
Kaylee Lamb
Allison McCoy
Emily Neil
Nicolas Otto
Rhody Parrish
Brady Porter
Nicholas Reachi
Andy Shell
Bristie Smith
Audrey Spradlin
Matthew “Eli” Tomalanovich
Kevin Vandersall

“Merriman Anderson Architects has been in a constant state of growth, and we are fortunate to have a multitude of interesting and impactful work from new and devoted clients,” says MAA President Milton Anderson. “We are pleased to add twenty new architects and designers to our firm that have demonstrated an immense amount of talent and skills. I’m confident each and every one of them will be able to carry forward our firm’s commitment to design integrity and client service.”  

MAA provides the full spectrum of architectural and interior design services including programming, urban planning, architectural design, space planning, interior architecture and design, graphic design, construction document production, construction observation, 3D visualization and facilities move coordination. The firm’s portfolio features projects of all types including master planned developments, urban housing, office buildings, corporate facilities, hotels, hospitals, schools and retail projects throughout the United States and internationally. 

A few current projects include EpicCentral in Grand Prairie with the addition of two new hotels, two parking garages and two restaurants to the 170-acre recreation and entertainment development; Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa renovations in San Antonio; renovations to The Woodlands Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton in The Woodlands; and many more significant projects of all types.