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Dunaway Associates LP has acquired San Antonio-based Mask Landscape Architecture, allowing the Fort Worth civil and structural engineering firm greater permanence in Midland while creating a San Antonio office and adding landscape architecture to its Central and West Texas client base.

As Dunaway celebrated its 60th anniversary earlier this year, it revamped its vision to expand into the state’s top five growth markets by 2021.

“By doing this, we provide continued opportunity to our employees through strategic growth initiatives which, in turn, enriches the client experience across Texas,” said Tom Galbreath, company president, commenting in a news release.

The firm was introduced to Mask through a relationship between Brooks Baca, director of Dunaway’s Midland office, and Mask executive Tim Hair.

“The addition of landscape architecture strengthens the portfolio of services offered in Midland and complements our established landscape architecture division in Fort Worth,” Galbreath said.

Hair’s business partner, Bryan Mask, founded Mask in San Antonio in 2012.

“From the first meeting, my business partner [Hair] and I were impressed by the business goals, management style and general personalities of the firm,” Mask said.

“I look forward to growing professionally as a landscape architect with Dunaway and continuing the relationships that we have created in San Antonio and Midland,” Mask said.


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