Bernardon is excited to announce that the firm has joined the Core States Group of Companies. The partnership became effective on Monday, November 15, 2021.
Core States Group is a professional service firm providing in-house architecture, engineering (civil, structural, MEP), program management, construction management, energy, signage and branded environments, and technology services. With 17 offices across North America, Core States Group designs, builds, and manages national and regional programs for private corporations throughout a variety of markets including restaurant, retail, financial, fueling, and energy. Bernardon’s design experience, combined with Core States Group’s fully integrated practices and nationwide capabilities, will expand the service offerings and geographic reach of this new multi-disciplinary partnership.
“We are thrilled to be part of such a diverse organization with the ability to now reach coast to coast,” said Neil Liebman, AIA, President of Bernardon and successor to Kerry Haber, AIA, who continues as part of the firm’s leadership team. “This new relationship will create an end-to-end partner for our clients, allowing us to work together on all aspects of their project.”
“As Core States Group continues to grow and position itself to better serve clients, the addition of the Bernardon team will diversify our client portfolio,” stated David Dugan, President of Core States Group. “Our integrated model and ability to serve clients nationwide are major differentiators, and our partnership with Bernardon will strengthen that.”
Established in 1973, Bernardon is one of the top ten largest architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture firms in the Philadelphia region, offering comprehensive design services to a mix of clients in the civic/cultural, corporate, healthcare, higher education, hospitality, industrial/warehousing, multifamily/mixed use, retail, senior living, and single-family markets. The 86-person firm operates offices in Philadelphia and West Chester, Pennsylvania, and Wilmington, Delaware.< Return to Noteworthy