LEVY DYKEMA merges with Cotera+Reed Architects

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LEVY DYKEMA, which includes co-founder Stephen V. Levy, a Rockport-Fulton High School graduate, continues to expand through the recent addition of Cotera+Reed Architects into the firm. Recognized for its prolific portfolio of work and lasting impact in central Texas, the Cotera+Reed team will now operate under the LEVY DYKEMA brand at its Congress Avenue offices in downtown Austin.

“We are excited to have the legacy of Cotera+Reed Architects become a part of LEVY DYKEMA,” said Levy, president of LEVY DYKEMA. “I am particularly pleased to have the opportunity to work with Juan Cotera FAIA, Phillip Reed FAIA, and Matt Catterall, who are all highly respected architects and visionary leaders.”

LEVY DYKEMA, with offices in Austin and Corpus Christi, expands value and benefits to its clients through the addition of Cotera+Reed’s experience in civic, municipal, institutional, lower education, and higher education projects.

“By joining LEVY DYKEMA, the future of our firm is limitless,” said Cotera. “We are also proud of our shared core values and continued commitment of giving back to our community.”

Reed said, “The merger provides the potential to make a greater impact in the communities we serve. As part of LEVY DYKEMA, we can help build strong communities and engage in forward thinking sustainable design, but at a much larger scale.

“It’s creating more opportunities for the things that interest me most about architecture today.”

Founded by Levy, Bibiana Bright Dykema, and John Dykema, LEVY DYKEMA is recognized for its Texas Contemporary™ brand of architecture, and is one of the leading design firms in the Southwest. Signature work includes a wide range of categories including civic, office, retail, student housing, hospitality, educational, ranches, residential, and more.

Cotera+Reed is an award-winning architectural practice based in Austin. Cotera and Reed founded it in 2003. The firm enjoys a long history with a focused interest on the public sector, as well as broad experience in the private sector. Concern for built and un-built environments, social consciousness, and resource stewardship, direct the firm architecturally. The firm has contributed to cultural, educational, and infrastructure projects that have shaped the City of Austin. It’s work on the Austin City Hall project received a LEED Gold rating.

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