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Project Management Advisors Expands to Austin

Chicago-based Project Management Advisors, Inc. (PMA) acquired American Realty Project Management (ARPM) in Austin as part of PMA’s strategy to expand its national footprint. Ross Anders, formerly a managing partner of ARPM, joins PMA as general manager in Austin.

“The successful relationship between our firms has developed over the last many years of working together in the Austin market,” said PMA Eastern regional president Andrew Roscoe. “We felt it was a prudent move to permanently join forces to expand our client base and industry sector involvement in Austin and the broader region.”

Anders brings more than 20 years’ experience to his new role, including construction management, general contracting, project management and design firm operations. He has overseen development and construction projects for Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations.

Project highlights include The Thinkery Children’s Museum, The Texas State Capitol Dome Restoration, St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, Google, VISA and PIMCO.

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