Consultant says decision to retain architecture arm is paying off

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Firm posts improved third-quarter numbers

The in-house architecture practice that consultant Arcadis considered selling last year turned in an improved set of figures in the third quarter.

The disclosure about CallisonRTKL came in Arcadis’ first update on the business since it took down the “for sale” sign in July.

CallisonRTKL was formed out of the merger of Arcadis subsidiaries Callison and RTKL Associates in October 2015 and is currently headed up by Arcadis’ former global director of buildings Tim Neal.

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