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MCC College of Nursing and Business Incubator into construction

By: | February 2, 2017

Early February 2017 MCC at Colorado City north campus is moving forward into pre-construction for a target construction completion of December of 2017.

84 Lumber New Faciliy submitted for Construction permits

By: | January 28, 2017

The new truss manufacturing facility for 84 Lumber in Surprise Arizona is going into permit review. The new over 65,000 SF building will be home of 84 Lumber’s new fabrication, office and delivery center.

Luz del Mundo Church

By: Carlos Murrieta | November 27, 2016

Merge AG was awarded the project for the new Luz del Mundo church in North Phoenix, the project has a program for worship, community center, offices, residences, with an approximate square footage of 19,000 SF on a 4.5 acre site. Team to initiate design December of 2016.

Carlos Murrieta received AIA10 Arizona Award

By: Carlos Murrieta | October 14, 2016

The AIA10 Award honors individuals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the architecture profession early in their careers.

Carlos Murrieta, AIA as described by the jury on this selection highlighted “Small Practice, Big Ideas! The jury was enthused about his leadership and commitment to community engagement.”

Mohave Community College Nursing and Business Incubator

By: Carlos Murrieta | September 22, 2016

Merge AG has been awarded the design and construction of the new Mohave Community College Nursing and Business Incubator at their Colorado City campus. The project will include nursing labs, nursing classrooms, tech-labs, sim-man rooms, a multipurpose section, conference rooms and flexible spaces for their business incubator program.

The project is awarded as a design-build team with Lake Powell Construction and Development and it’s scheduled to be completed by end of December of 2017.


New Schneider Trucking Facility

By: Carlos Murrieta | September 18, 2016

Final permits have been issued for the construction of the new Schneider Trucking facility through City of Phoenix Self-Certification program, for the new 23,359 SF facility that will provide service to one of the largest fleets in transportation on the SW. The facility with an estimated cost of construction of $5.6 million, will be built by Johnson Carlier starting September 19th, 2016.

James Wesala, AIA joins Merge Architectural Group as Project Architect

By: Carlos Murrieta | September 6, 2016

Merge Architectural Group LLC welcomes James Wesala, NCARB, AIA to our team as a new Project Architect. Mr. Wesala holds an M.Arch from Arizona State University (2005) and a B.S. and Design in Architecture Studies from the same Institution. Mr Wesala’s experience includes projects in Texas, California and Arizona in the areas of commercial, restaurant and educational. Welcome to the Team!

40 Unit Multifamily Development

By: Carlos Murrieta | September 1, 2016

40 Unit Multifamily development started in North Phoenix for private developer. The new development will provide 2 and 3 bedrooms units ranging from 1,050 to 1350 GSF on a complex with different amenities. The project is scheduled to initiate construction early 2017.

Max Lauring joins Merge Architectural Group

By: Carlos Murrieta | August 22, 2016

Merge Architectural Group LLC welcomes Max Laurin to our team as part of our 3D Modeling/3D Scanning department. Max has a Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts and Animation from the Arts Institute of Phoenix. Max had the privilege of working on the modeling of the new launch station for NASA in Houston TX as well as 3D modeling of several Historical buildings from point cloud models around the U.S. Welcome to the Merge AG Max!

84 Lumber Southwest Training Center

By: Clarisa del Castillo | June 18, 2016

Merge Architectural Group initiated preliminary studies for the 84 Lumber new Southwest Training Center to be constructed in Chandler AZ. The new facility with over 3,600 GSF has been conceptualized as an open collaborative space with the incorporation of the owner’s product display. Initial evaluations are being performed with City of Chandler to determine feasibility of the new structure based on existing infrastructure in the area.

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