MAYOTTEgroup & Keystone Design announce partnership
Monday, October 13, 2014
Posted by: Michelle Rahl
LANSING, Mich. – MAYOTTEgroup Architects and Keystone Design Group|Architects announced the merging of the two Lansing-based firms.
“This is extremely positive as we prepare for the future,” said Todd Gute, AIA, LEED AP, president of MAYOTTEgroup. “Joining two highly reputable firms enhances client services to best meet the demands of today’s market.”
Established in 1958, MAYOTTEgroup is recognized throughout Michigan for high quality and commitment to service. Noted projects include the Accident Fund National Headquarters, Auto-Owners Insurance Company, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Burcham Hills, Emergent BioSolutions, Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau, YMCA of Metropolitan Lansing and Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
Keystone Design Group is a full-service architectural firm founded in 1962. Among its noted design work are the Michigan High School Athletic Association, University Club of Michigan State University, Soccer Zone, Delhi Township, Lansing Fire Station #6, Allied Office Interiors, Whitworth Borta and Pace & Partners.
MAYOTTEgroup is a full-service architectural and interior design firm known for its innovation and relevant designs. Keystone Design Group offers architectural services ranging from site analysis and architecture to landscape architecture and interior design. The partnership combines and enhances the services offered by both firms.