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Architecture firm NBWW expands in Latin America

The Miami-based firm formed an alliance with Alberto Reifer & Arquitectos in Costa Rica

April 09, 2016 09:00AM

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Igor Reyes (via Linkedin)

Igor Reyes of NBWW (via Linkedin)

Miami-based architecture firm Nichols, Brosch, Wurst, Wolfe & Associates (NBWW) expanded into Latin America through a strategic alliance with a Costa Rican firm.

NBWW formed a strategic alliance with Alberto Reifer & Arquitectos, a boutique firm based in San Jose, Costa Rica. The allied firms’ first project together will be designing a renovation of the Banco Popular headquarters in San Jose. The commission for the project resulted from a national request for proposals that attracted several international design firms.

Igor Reyes, partner at NBWW, said in a press release that his firm “made the decision to establish operations in Latin America in order to further serve our clients, especially those in the hospitality industry who aspire to develop projects in that region, but desire design services that align with traditional U.S. methods.” – Mike Seemuth