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|Type||Private, Limited Liability Company|
|Industry||Architecture, Engineering, Planning, Design-Build|
|Founder(s)||Aaron H. Dahl, AIA|
|Headquarters||San Antonio, Texas, U.S.|
|Area served||United States|
Aaron Dahl, AIA
Established in 2006, ACUFORM is private-sector commercial architecture firm. The company's namesake is derived from the modernist principle of Louis Sullivan that "form follows function". Acuform seeks to develop design solutions which are based upon the clients' specific functions.
While the firm performs work on a variety of commercial, industrial and retail projects, their primary experience includes the coordination of task specific equipment. Their most notable projects include restaurants, automotive and industrial sales and service facilities, medical offices, and multi-family developments.
ACUFORM has one office located in San Antonio, Texas and currently employs eight architects, designers, and planners.
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