JBHM Architects operates offices in Jackson, Columbus and Tupelo and provides architectural, planning and interior design services to clients in the southeast region.
Since its opening in 1970, JBHM Architects has grown from a small office founded in Tupelo, Mississippi to a regional multi-discipline design firm that includes architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design.
Mississippi-based JBHM specialises in school improvement services, offering educational facilities the tools to develop their professional capacities and culture so that they can continue to improve the learning process and student outcomes.
Justin Serrano, managing director of Weld North, will lead the combined company as its chief executive and key members of JBHM's and Editure's management will remain involved with the business.
Weld Northa[euro](tm)s chairman and chief executive Jonathan Grayer said that the combination of Editure and JBHM
would result in the creation of a leading independent player in the US school improvement and professional development market.
Richard McNeel has been with JBHM
Architects for 27 years, and has been president and CEO since 2006.
In 2010, McGrevey was named president and Chief Operations Officer of JBHM
Education Group where he worked for four years.
"Just putting brick on the face of a building doesn't make it better," said Richard McNeel, AIA, LEED, president of JBHM