By: Carlos Murrieta | September 1, 2016
40 Unit Multifamily development started in North Phoenix for private developer. The new development will provide 2 and 3 bedrooms units ranging from 1,050 to 1350 GSF on a complex with different amenities. The project is scheduled to initiate construction early 2017.
By: Carlos Murrieta | August 22, 2016
Merge Architectural Group LLC welcomes Max Laurin to our team as part of our 3D Modeling/3D Scanning department. Max has a Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts and Animation from the Arts Institute of Phoenix. Max had the privilege of working on the modeling of the new launch station for NASA in Houston TX as well as 3D modeling of several Historical buildings from point cloud models around the U.S. Welcome to the Merge AG Max!
By: Clarisa del Castillo | June 18, 2016
Merge Architectural Group initiated preliminary studies for the 84 Lumber new Southwest Training Center to be constructed in Chandler AZ. The new facility with over 3,600 GSF has been conceptualized as an open collaborative space with the incorporation of the owner’s product display. Initial evaluations are being performed with City of Chandler to determine feasibility of the new structure based on existing infrastructure in the area.
By: Carlos Murrieta | April 12, 2016
Merge Architectural Group, in a teaming effort with Southwest Business Development Consultants, Wadley-Donovan Growthech, Garnet Consulting and Ritoch-Powell, has been awarded the development of the new Hopi Tribe Housing Authority Master Plan.
The new development in the northern potion of the I-40 corridor neighboring the Twin Arrows area. The new development is contemplating the creation of over 200 living units in different categories to serve and support the development in the region, providing economic development opportunities to the Hopi community.
By: Clarisa del Castillo | February 18, 2016
ShampooInk will open doors by the end of next month, offering over 3,000 SF of beauty salon with 20 saloon stations. The project will be completed at the hearth of mid-town Phoenix on 7th Street just north of Camleback. The building has been designed around an existing automotive shop building, though an adaptive reuse process to incorporate this building into the neighborhood and soften the urban grid at this area.