Reynolds Ash + Associates Merges with RMBA Architects
Reynolds Ash + Associates is excited to share the news of our merger with RMBA Architects. The company will retain the RA+A name and will operate the expanded firm out of their new office at 564 E 2nd Avenue in Durango, and their office in Pagosa Springs at 262 Pagosa Street. The two firms do share a history. Tracy Reynolds was a junior partner with RMBA (then under senior principal R. Michael Bell), from 1997, until 2002 when he started his own firm.
The merger will use the strengths of both companies to deliver greater value and level of service to our clients. The firm is the largest locally-owned Architecture and Engineering firm in the Four Corners region, and has the manpower and expertise to provide services for projects of most any type and scope.
RA+A serves clients in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona, with project types including custom residential, multi-family, commercial, and municipal projects for cities, counties, and state organizations. RA+A’s services include planning and development, entitlement services, landscape design, structural engineering, and architecture.
The merger of RA+A and RMBA is rooted in the common beliefs of building and sustaining long-term client relationships, delivering exemplary work and providing an environment where employees can excel in their careers. With the integration of these two companies RA+A is excited for the many opportunities ahead to expand services to more clients, develop our team, and grow our business.
Meet Our New RMBA Team Members
Michael W. Eberspacher, AIA PARTNER at RMBA
As a member of the firm since its founding in 1978, Michael has been involved in most aspects of the design, consulting and planning work in which RMBA has been engaged since its beginnings. With his experience in a wide range of residential, commercial, and institutional projects, Michael is responsible for overseeing the preparation of design and construction documents for the firm. His responsibilities also include architectural design, writing project manuals using the firm’s cloud-based specification system, and contract administration during the construction phase of the project. Mike will be working with RA+A providing quality assurance, quality control and construction administration, as he phases toward retirement in a few years.
Lauren Davis, AIA, AICP PARTNER at RMBA
Lauren brings to the firm almost seventeen years of professional experience with a background in both architecture and planning. Lauren has a diverse skill set with a wide range of project experience in all phases of the design process and is proficient in 3-D Modeling software including Revit and SketchUp. She currently serves on the Durango Fire Protection District Fire Code Board of Appeals and previously served on the City of Durango’s Design Review Board. Lauren will join the RA+A team as a senior associate and will be the project lead for both residential and commercial design projects.