In 2015, two successful architectural firms merged to form Jackson | Main Architecture.
Stricker Cato Murphy Architects (SCMA) and Percich Kroese Johnson Busse Architectural Group (PKJB) united their practices, and relocated to the historic Maud Building in Seattle's Pioneer Square neighborhood.
After years of collaborating on projects, and having neighboring locations on the same street, the firms centralized their talents into an expanded pool of services, and expertise. As an added benefit, the freshly minted Jackson | Main opened a satellite office in Kansas City, providing a new home base for the firm's established national footprint.
Jean Fraley Architects (JFA) founded
JFA becomes Fraley Holsman Architects (FHA)
Percich Kroese Johnson Busse (PKJB) founded
FHA becomes Fraley Stricker Architects (FSA)
FSA becomes Stricker Cato Murphy Architects (SCMA)
SCMA has 35 employees
PKJB has 10 employees
SCMA and PKJB merge to form Jackson | Main Architecture, Kansas City office opens
JMA has over 50 employees