Alamo Architects Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Alamo Architects's estimated revenue is currently $17.1M per year.
- Alamo Architects's estimated revenue per employee is $300333
- Alamo Architects has 57 Employees.
- Alamo Architects grew their employee count by 6% last year.
- Alamo Architects currently has 1 job openings.
|Victor Castillo||Director of Interior Design|
|Eric Whittington||Director of Marketing|
What Is Alamo Architects?
Established in 1984, ALAMO ARCHITECTS provides comprehensive architectural, planning and interior design services. As a leading architectural design office with a diverse portfolio that touches upon a wide range of sectors, Alamo Architects' work has been honored many times over. Instead of promoting a house style, their process is to allow programmatic ideas and architectural expression to emerge through a systematic exploration of purpose, context and culture. Each project has its own challenges and requirements. Our focus is on responding with the right balance of art and science. Along with the fundamental goal of keeping the quality of design and project management at exacting standards, Alamo Architects stays committed to the spirit of making architecture that rises above expectation and contributes to a unique sense of place.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|NMG Workspace S...||$34.2M||113||26%|
|GSR Andrade Arc...||$10M||33||6%|
|Women In Engine...||$9.7M||32||7%|
|Marmon Mok Arch...||$20.3M||67||5%|
|PDR - Design, A...||$30.7M||102||10%|
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