Thursday, August 25, 2005

Architects’ Confidential Clearinghouse for Mergers & Acquisitions

This just in: Strogoff Consulting, a management consulting firm to design professionals, announces the launch of a new ownership transition service: Architects’ Confidential Clearinghouse for Mergers & Acquisitions.

In response to the dramatic consolidation within the architectural industry, Strogoff Consulting has expanded its ownership transition services to include confidential introductions between prospective buyers and sellers. As a strategic advisor to firms throughout the U.S., Strogoff Consulting has an extensive network of contacts and an insider’s knowledge of the industry. Firms are introduced to each other only when there is a strong strategic and cultural fit.

“We are seeing increasing numbers of architectural firms actively looking at acquiring or merging with other firms or considering selling their practice,” states Michael Strogoff, AIA, principal of Strogoff Consulting.

“This is due to a convergence of factors, including the desire of large firms to expand geographically, increasing competition among small- and mid-size firms, a dearth of qualified staff, and baby-boomers searching for viable exit strategies as they look ahead toward retirement. The Confidential Clearinghouse aligns buyers and sellers that share common cultures and goals.”

For more information: Contact Michael Strogoff, AIA, toll-free, at 866.ARCH ENG (866.272.4364) or by e-mail at or visit

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