Design and engineering firm ISG Inc. of Minneapolis announced it has acquired Unit Architecture of Rogers.
Financial terms of the deal between the two privately held companies were not disclosed.
As part of the transaction, Unit owner and principal Ryan King is joining ISG with the title of housing business unit leader. He said in a news release that ISG's resources will help address housing shortages in northwest Arkansas driven by the region's rapid growth.
"I am confident that we will build trust with existing and new clients through thoughtful and meaningful design and forge opportunities to create a better tomorrow for Arkansas," King said.
ISG now has offices throughout Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota and Arkansas. The firm offers architecture, engineering, environmental and planning services.
CEO Lynn Bruns said the decision to expand to Arkansas aligns with the firm's commitment to "help all communities achieve development that makes a lasting, meaningful impact."
"We are thrilled to bring ISG's services to Arkansas," Bruns said in the release. "By extending our team into this growing community and integrating Ryan's local relationships, perspective, and development knowledge into our firm's expertise, ISG will become more responsive and accessible to current and prospective clients."