Commonwealth Architects
October 26, 2017

Commonwealth Architects Announces Merger with Architects Dayton Thompson & Associates P.C.

Commonwealth Architects announced today that it will merge with the Richmond-based architecture firm, Architects Dayton Thompson & Associates P.C. in order to expand the company’s architectural and interior design capabilities.

Commonwealth Architects, an 18-year old architecture, historic architecture, planning and interior design firm based in Richmond, will expand its firm to include Architects Dayton Thompson & Associates’ employees in their Shockoe Slip office.

“We have known Architects Dayton Thompson & Associates for many years and recently teamed with them on projects.  Going forward, we are excited about the opportunities and synergy that this merger will provide. Commonwealth Architects’ diverse portfolio compliments the experience of Architects Dayton Thompson & Associates, and will help broaden our design capabilities in the years to come,” said Lee Shadbolt, Principal at Commonwealth Architects.

Architects Dayton Thompson & Associates provides architecture, interior design, and master planning services and has been an industry leader in the region for 33 years.  Architects Dayton Thompson & Associates’ Club Source Design, a firm specialized in golf clubhouse and recreational facility design, will also be included in the merger.

“I believe there will be a synergy between the two firms, whose cultures foster collaboration and have a similar design philosophy,” said Fred Thompson, Senior Principal/Architect at Architects Dayton Thompson & Associates.

Commonwealth Architects provides a variety of services including architecture, historic architecture, interior design, tenant services, master planning, and urban planning. With the additions of Architects Dayton Thompson & Associates and Club Source Design, Commonwealth Architects’ design portfolio will expand even further into the financial institutions, retail, institutional and golf club markets throughout Virginia.

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