CosciaMoos Architecture Merges with BBLM Architects

By HCO Staff

PHILADELPHIA—CosciaMoos Architecture and BBLM Architects announced on June 12 they have joined forces, combining their complementary strengths in an effort to offer unparalleled healthcare design solutions.

This merger mixes diverse expertise with unrivaled technical prowess. CosciaMoos’ strengths in outpatient healthcare, commercial, science, and interior design perfectly complement BBLM’s 50-year legacy of specialized healthcare architecture. Together, the merged firm is well-positioned to provide integrated solutions tailored to each client’s unique needs and take on projects of any scale or complexity.

“We’ve long admired BBLM’s specialized healthcare expertise and are thrilled to welcome them into the CosciaMoos family,” said David Moos, Principal at CosciaMoos. “Uniting our design vision with their technical precision in complex medical facilities like ORs and imaging suites – it just makes sense.”

For BBLM’s clients, it’s the best of both worlds. They’ll still benefit from the firm’s signature client-centric approach and the familiar faces they trust, now bolstered by CosciaMoos’ expanded capabilities. BBLM principals Brandon Sargent and Laura Strychalski will continue their dedicated healthcare work.

“Joining forces with CosciaMoos allows us to amplify our impact while staying true to our roots,” noted Brandon Sargent, Principal at BBLM Architects. “It’s about harnessing our combined strengths to deliver next-level healthcare design with a personal touch.”

The merger reportedly is not about size, but synergy. Both firms are said to be committed to a smooth transition, ensuring clients continue to receive the responsive, personalized service they expect. Integration will be carefully managed to preserve each firm’s unique strengths while leveraging their combined resources to offer a broader spectrum of innovative design solutions.

The combined firm will operate under the CosciaMoos Architecture name. Clients should see a an easy transition, with familiar personnel and processes remaining in place for ongoing engagements.