Moseley Architects and Cummings & McCrady Announce Merger
Friday, December 18th, 2020
The firm is led by principals Jerry English and Ben Whitener. During his 30 years at the firm, English worked on notable projects including Sullivan's Island Elementary School, Randolph Hall, Baxter-Patrick James Island Library and the Charleston County Public Services Building. In 2005, the Charleston Contractor's Association honored English with their Architect of the Year award.
"Merging with Moseley Architects will allow the Charleston office to gain the resources and expertise necessary to not only attract new clients, but to broaden our services offered to existing clients. Throughout the merger process, I felt like we were all on the same team. I have developed some great friendships with the leaders at MoseleyArchitects and I hope to continue to grow the brand in Charleston and beyond," said Whitener.