Buxton Kubik Dodd Creative this month purchased Springfield interior design firm K Evans Interiors LLC ahead of its move to National Place on the Medical Mile.
Company President Brian Kubik said the purchase of the three-employee firm finalized Nov. 1. Kris Evans became one of six Buxton Kubik Dodd principals in the deal for undisclosed terms.
“They’ve had great success and we wanted to expand our team. Kris Evans has been a local interior designer for decades,” Kubik said, noting her senior designers Becky Green and Lisa Wampler have worked with her for more than 15 years.
The purchase brings Buxton Kubik Dodd Creative’s employee count to 23. Kubik declined to disclose annual revenues.
Evans and her team are scheduled to move under the same roof as Buxton Kubik Dodd on Dec. 1, when the architecture firm expects to relocate to 7,000 square feet at National Place, 3150 S. National Ave. Buxton Kubik Dodd served as architect for the three-story office building constructed by BP Builders LLC. Other tenants include Missouri Trust Shares Inc. and PrimeLending.
Kubik said K Evans Interiors would strengthen his firm’s existing interior design work. K Evans Interiors’ portfolio includes Sherwood Elementary School in Springfield, an Empire District Electric Co. service center in Joplin and La Quinta Inns & Suites in Bentonville, Arkansas, according to its website.
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