Architect Lee Black begins his architectural practice in Lansing, Michigan.
WARREN HOLMES COMPANY
Architect Warren Holmes begins his practice in Lansing, Michigan. The Warren
Holmes Company would become a prominent Midwestern educational design firm.
LEE BLACK AND KENNETH BLACK
Lee Blackís son Kenneth Black joins his fatherís architectural practice. The
firm becomes known as Lee Black and Kenneth Black Architects.
MAYOTTE WEBB ARCHITECTS
MAYOTTE CROUSE AND DíHAENE ARCHITECTS
MAYOTTE DíHAENE AND ASSOCIATES
Architect Bernard J.Mayotte and Wesley Webb open the office of Mayotte Webb
Architects in East Lansing, Michigan. The firm would be known as Mayotte,
Crouse and DíHaene Architects and then Mayotte DíHaene Associated Architects
over subsequent years.
WARREN HOLMES-KENNETH BLACK COMPANY
The Warren Holmes and Kenneth Black Architectural firms merge to become the
Warren Holmes-Kenneth Black Company. The new firm is located in Lansing,
Mayotte, DíHaene and Associates merge with the Warren Holmes-Kenneth Black
Company to form MBDS Architects. The principals of the new firm are, Bernard
Mayotte, Delphin ďBudĒ Budzenski, Nobin DíHaene and Richard Stuckman. The
new firm is located in East Lansing, Michigan until 1988 when it moves to
Delta Township, West of Lansing.
MBDS Architects becomes MayotteJacob Architects. The current principles of
the firm are Michael Mayotte, son of Bernard Mayotte and Paul Jacob.
Desiring to return to the firmís roots and historical identity the firmís
name was changed to MAYOTTEgroup Architects.
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