Indianapolis-based architecture and design firm, The InterDesign Group, Inc. announced officially today that K2M Design, a full service architecture firm, has acquired the 42-year-old company.  The purchase welcomes The InterDesign Group, Inc. into an established architecture, engineering and design family and will allow them to continue to offer top-notch services across the United States for many years to come. The acquisition agreement, which closed in early April 2017 and took effect on May 1, 2017, is designed to expand reach and diversify the service offerings of both firms.

InterDesign has been a leader in the Higher Education, K12 Education, Healthcare/Senior Living, Governmental, Corporate/Commercial, Non-Profit/Faith Based and Design-Build Criteria segments for over four decades. These areas of service complement K2M’s multiple specializations that include Governmental, Hospitality, Retail and Commercial sectors. As a unified team, the firms will offer all of these specializations nationally through each of their well-established networks.

 “This is a very exciting time for InterDesign,” said Phil Howard, President of InterDesign. “We couldn’t be more thrilled. This marriage allowed us the opportunity to ensure a strong, positive legacy for InterDesign. This partnership is monumental because it solidifies InterDesign’s ability to offer top-tier AEC services across a much larger geography with expanded specializations.”

Scott Maloney, Visionary Founder of K2M agrees. “We are excited to join forces with InterDesign; their depth of talent and experience is a perfect complement to K2M. The expansion of markets and services is in direct alignment to the long term strategy of our firm.”

“Integrity has always been at the cornerstone of our business,” says Howard. “Our clients mean the world to us and we have always tried to be patient and collaborative as we focused on our mission.  We strived to be good listeners—and our clients responded. This is what we’ve done for 42 years as InterDesign, and this is what we’ll continue to do as we become K2M Design.”