LS3P Expands into Northern Florida


Architecture, interiors, and planning firm LS3P is excited to announce a merger with Ebert Norman Brady (ENB) Architects of Jacksonville, Florida, effective April 1. This merger expands LS3P’s Southeastern footprint into Florida while capitalizing on existing partnerships with highly respected colleagues.

LS3P’s CEO Marc Marchant believes that this strategic merger will tap into the key strengths of LS3P and ENB. “Having an office location in Jacksonville will allow us to better serve our clients and communities across the region,” Marchant says. “Welcoming our new partners, Tom and Scott, and the entire Jacksonville team, will allow us to benefit from their long-standing relationships and share our firm-wide expertise in North Florida. We are honored to welcome ENB to our LS3P team and look forward to providing design excellence to the Jacksonville community!”

Founded in 1986, ENB is a full service award-winning architectural firm committed to design excellence and personalized service. The firm has a portfolio of aviation, commercial, educational, hospitality, multi-family, industrial, and military; notable recent work includes Florida Army National Guard Headquarters, JEA Utility Training Center, First Coast Energy Corporate Headquarters, K-9 for Warriors Mega Kennels, and Morris Manor Senior Living Apartments Renovations.  Tom Norman is LS3P’s new Jacksonville Office Leader and Principal; Scott Brady is Senior Project Manager and Principal.

This merger brings LS3P’s current employee count to 440+ and its office count to 12, with existing offices in Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, and Myrtle Beach, SC; Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, and Wilmington, NC; and Atlanta and Savannah, GA. LS3P is led by CEO Marc Marchant; Chief Practice Officer and Board Chair Katherine Peele; President & Chief Operations Officer George Temple; Chief Relationships Officer Chris Boney; Chief Marketing Officer Katie Robinson and Chief Financial Officer Doug Snyder. The firm’s major practice areas are healthcare, higher education, K-12 education, workplace, and urban environments; other significant markets include civic, aviation and transportation, military and government, hospitality, historic preservation, worship, parks and recreation, mixed-use, and multifamily residential.

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