Keystone Capital is pleased to announce that its portfolio company E4H Architecture, LLC (“E4H”) has completed a merger with RSG Architects, LLC (“RSG”). Terms of the transaction are not being disclosed.
E4H is a leading design, architecture, planning and consulting firm focused exclusively on the healthcare industry. The firm has 160 healthcare planners and architects in offices across the United States and has collectively completed more than 6,500 healthcare projects over the past four decades. The E4H portfolio includes over $6 billion in projects, encompassing community hospitals, academic medical centers, life science laboratories, R&D space, children’s hospitals, mental health facilities, ambulatory care centers, rehabilitation facilities, assisted living, and medical office buildings. Services include healthcare planning, architecture, and interior design. In 2016, E4H was ranked by Modern Health as the largest architecture firm focused exclusively on the healthcare market. Please visit www.e4harchitecture.com for more information.
RSG is a niche design, architecture and planning firm focused on the healthcare industry based in Chantilly, Virginia. RSG was founded by principals John Scoggin, Jeremy Bartz and Richard Whitaker and is a leader in the D.C./Northern Virginia area. RSG complements E4H’s strategy of adding regional leaders to the platform and realizing synergies across a national base of clients and projects.
“We are extremely pleased about the E4H/RSG transaction and what it will do for our collective platform,” remarked Jason Van Zant, Managing Director of Keystone Capital. “As one of Keystone’s growing platforms in the A/E space, E4H has tremendous momentum as the market leader in healthcare architecture, and this transaction only reinforces it.”
“We’ve built a strong practice in the Mid-Atlantic region and are excited to take our work to the next level by becoming part of a national firm that’s doing award winning healthcare design,” said John Scoggin, Principal, RSG Architects. “We are looking forward to offering E4H’s expertise and enhancing our capacity for our healthcare clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.”
Terms of the transaction are not being disclosed. Senior debt financing was provided by CIBC, and legal counsel was provided to E4H by Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn, LLP.
Jason Van Zant