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Wannemacher Jensen Architects has merged with Stephen Boruff, AIA Architects + Planners, a move that brings together two of Florida’s premier design architecture firms, growing both firms’ capabilities and expanding their client reach.

Stephen Boruff, AIA Architects + Planners (SBA) is now a subsidiary of Wannemacher Jensen Architects (WJA), extending WJA presence in the sunshine state to Palm Beach County and Treasure Coast. The move expands both firm’s capabilities and client reach making both firm’s stronger and competitive across a wider range of projects. In particular, it grows WJA’s capabilities in working in the healthcare typology.

Stephen Boruff, AIA Architects + Planners brings long-standing relationships and invaluable experience working with healthcare and various clients throughout Palm Beach, the Treasure Coast and southeast Florida. Among them: Jupiter Medical Center, Cleveland Clinic, Baptist Health South Florida and Universal Health Services, over 30 Palm Beach County and Treasure Coast Fire Rescue Facilities, Veteran Affairs Medical Center, MorseLife Healthcare Systems and the Town of Palm Beach Recreation Center.

“We are excited to be able to offer a robust suite of integrated design services to our long-term clients” said Stephen Boruff, Principal at Wannemacher Jensen Architects – Boruff Studio.  “Having more than 50 team members combined, we look forward to continuing to develop innovative design solutions throughout the State of Florida.”

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