EAPC Architects Engineers inks collaborative business agreements with Hulsing & Associates Architects, P.C. and Ritterbush-Ellig-Hulsing P.C.
New business relationships will strengthen design service offerings to existing and new clientele in western North Dakota and surrounding regions.
EAPC Architects Engineers has joined forces with architectural firms Hulsing & Associates Architects, P.C. (Hulsing) from Dickinson and Williston and Ritterbush-Ellig-Hulsing P.C. (REH) out of Bismarck. The new collaborative business agreements bolster EAPC’s presence in western North Dakota and adds additional design expertise to EAPC’s 54-year history and staff of over 140. Employees from Hulsing and REH and will continue to market and be involved in pursuing work in addition to nurturing existing client relationships.
Hulsing and REH are established and recognized firms who have provided design services to western North Dakota clients – Hulsing since 1974 and REH since 1883, both focusing primarily on K-12, higher education, and civic sectors. The Ritterbush roots are part of the oldest firm in the entire region.
“We are pleased to bring forward this opportunity. These relationships allow our firms to cover the entire state of North Dakota that enjoy the richest historical backgrounds in the region!” said Alan Dostert, CEO/President for EAPC. “Our cultures mesh very well. Architectural firms don’t survive the transition of time and ownership without a strong sense of service to the clients as well as a certain amount of selflessness to set the table for future generations of design professionals.”
The new business agreements with Hulsing and REH fits into EAPC’s strategy to expand their services statewide. These agreements will employ solid design professionals with many years of successful experience and continue to provide services to the Hulsing and REH clientele at a high level of personal and professional performance.
“This collaboration will enhance both sides of the relationship and ensure that the highest level of service is enjoyed by current clients and a new expanded clientele,” said Dostert.