292 Design Group merges with JLG Architects

JLG has an Alexandria office while the 292 Design Group has been involved with projects in Alexandria.

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MINNEAPOLIS — JLG Architects recently announced that Minneapolis-based 292 Design Group has joined JLG’s employee-owned firm of over 170 team members across four states.

JLG has an Alexandria office while the 292 Design Group has been involved with projects in Alexandria, including the expansion of the Runestone Community Center.

JLG currently has 10 offices and is highly ranked on Inc. Magazine’s 5000 list as one of America’s fastest-growing private companies.

“We are two firms that truly believe in the capacity of great design – inclusive design that reflects the culture and aspirations of its stakeholders – to positively impact the health, well-being, and future growth of every community," said Michelle Mongeon Allen, CEO, JLG Architects. This is a powerful alliance that will take community, education, and sports-focused design to the next level.”

292 Design Group was established in 2009. Prior to the merger with JLG, 292 was a full-service architecture and planning firm that provided feasibility and assessment studies, comprehensive planning, architectural and interior design, and environmental graphics. Their team brings over three decades of experience to JLG in a range of facilities design, including ice arenas, community and wellness centers, healthcare clinics, and educational spaces.


“The decision to merge 292 with JLG provides a great opportunity for two firms that value great design to come together and elevate the human experience in the education, community, healthcare, recreation, and sports sectors. When two companies unite with shared values, expertise, and the desire to raise our game, the sky is the limit for not only JLG but our clients!” said Tom Betti, AIA, NCARB - 292 Design Group Partner

The transition marks the fifth merger in JLG’s company history.

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