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Devereux and Dewjo'c merge

Devereux Architects, member of engineering services company the PM Group, today announced that it has merged with Dewjo’c Architects, a leading architectural practice specialising in the education and biopharma sectors, to create one of the largest architectural practices in the UK with more than 150 staff, and 250 across Europe. The Dewjo’c merger represents a major UK investment commitment for Devereux Architects and PM Group and will act as part of an expansion of the Devereux Architects brand internationally.

Devereux Architects is already one of the top 50 architectural practices in the UK and the expanded practice is expected to join the top 20 following the merger today. The synergy between the two practices, for example in the Building Schools for the Future programme, and their geographical spread across the UK and internationally, will allow the newly merged Devereux Architects to expand its business, particularly in the healthcare, education and biopharma sectors.

Nic Allen, MD of Devereux Architects, said: “Overnight Devereux Architects has become one of the UK’s top architectural practices. It is a very exciting opportunity for us and Dewjo’c’s expertise will be an excellent addition to our core business. We intend to grow Devereux Architects further and to capture significantly larger projects in the UK and internationally.”

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