BLUELINE EXPANDS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE SERVICES BY MERGING WITH THE LA STUDIO
KIRKLAND, WA – July 3, 2018 – Blueline, a civil engineering, land use planning, and landscape architecture firm located in downtown Kirkland, WA, announces the merger with The LA Studio, a landscape architecture, land planning, and land entitlement firm in Tukwila, WA. Both organizations share a genuine passion for creative collaboration, for positively impacting local communities, and a sincere commitment to their client’s vision on every project. The LA Studio will operate under the Blueline brand as The LA Studio at Blueline for the foreseeable future.
The LA Studio provides consistent and quality design for a broad mix of projects types ranging from unique and detail-oriented residential design, to more complex and demanding hospitality, urban and mixed-use development, to large-scale community and master planning.
“Our partnership with The LA Studio complements our current disciplines and broadens our landscape architecture services to better serve the needs of our private and public-sector clients in the Puget Sound region,” said Brian Darrow, PE, President and CEO of Blueline. “This merger includes adding a new satellite office located at the Interstate 5/Interstate 405 interchange in Tukwila. This addition will allow Blueline to offer our fuller range of services to our private-sector clients and public-sector municipalities.”
As Blueline has expanded its services to include Landscape Architecture, it has not lost sight of its goal to be the best land development consultant available. With the additional services and talent brought forth from the partnership with The LA Studio, Blueline can create more outdoor spaces that are imaginative, functional, cost effective and sustainable.
Blueline is a civil engineering, land use planning, and landscape architecture firm that was founded 15 years ago and located in downtown Kirkland, WA. With a staff of over 40 people who work on commercial developments, multifamily projects, residential subdivisions, and Public Works projects, they have built their reputation on one simple principle: to always do what they say they’re going to do.