Spiezle Architectural Group Inc., a Hamilton-based architectural firm, announced Monday it has acquired Camden-based City Invincible Architecture, Interiors and Urban Design.
The acquisition will expand on Spiezle’s current offerings, it said.
“We are very excited to add City Invincible to the Spiezle family of companies,” Thomas Perrino, CEO and president of Spiezle. said. “City Invincible’s expertise in urban planning and mixed use/multi-family not only adds to the diversity of our Firm, but complements our current offerings and expands the number of market sectors we service.”
Under the deal, City Invincible will change brands to “City Invincible, a Spiezle Company” and continue operating out of its office at the historic State Bank of Camden building on Market Street.
“We are thrilled to have City Invincible join forces with Spiezle,” Angelo Alberto, founding principal, City Invincible, said. “Spiezle’s impressive breadth of markets will allow City Invincible to both diversify its offerings while continuing to improve upon its excellent client service.”
Spiezle said it added 13 new team members under the deal and now has a total of 95.
“We look forward to continuing our smart growth approach to diversity, both in client offerings and geographic locations, and City Invincible is an important piece of our progression into the future,” Perrino said.