Richmond-based H&G Landscape Architects merges with North Carolina firm
Richmond-based H&G Landscape Architects has merged with Stewart, a Raleigh, N.C.-based engineering, design and planning firm.
H&G has adopted the Stewart name, creating the firm’s first office in Virginia.
“We are very excited about establishing our first office in Virginia,” Willy Stewart, the CEO of Stewart, said in a statement. “This merger will continue to enhance our landscape architecture and land planning service offerings as we can now tap even greater resources and experience brought by the H&G team.”
The deal took effect on Jan. 6. No financial details of the transaction were announced.
Stewart was founded in 1994 and has North Carolina offices in Durham and Charlotte in addition to Raleigh.
Its clients are involved in education, health care, architecture, transportation, local and federal government as well as commercial, retail, residential and mixed-use developers.
H&G Landscape Architects has worked with clients in the public and private sectors across Virginia.
Meril Gerstenmaier, the CEO at H&G will serve as vice president of operations, Virginia, in the combined firm. Dave Gerstenmaier, senior principal at H&G will be vice president and director of design, Virginia. Both will be shareholders in the combined firm.
The Richmond office is located at 5701 Grove Ave.