Webb Foodservice Design Acquires Dieli Murawka Howe

The transaction allows Webb to expand its K-12 and healthcare divisions.

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Anaheim, Calif.-based Webb Foodservice Design (pictured) acquires the design firm Dieli Murakwa Howe, allowing it to expand its K-12 and healthcare divisions. Courtesy of Webb Foodservice Design.

Anaheim, Calif.-based Webb Foodservice Design, serving higher education and business and industry foodservice design, has acquired the southern California design firm Dieli Murawka Howe (DMH).

With offices in San Diego and Las Vegas, DMH specializes in K-12 school design, large centralized production kitchen design, culinary arts design and healthcare design. The acquisition will allow Webb Foodservice Design to expand its K-12 and healthcare divisions, says the company.

Richard Dieli, president of DMH, will continue to lead his team and serve as a new principal of Webb Foodservice Design.

“Richard and the DMH team reflect our continued commitment to offer the very best expertise on all design platforms,” says Costel Coca, design principal at Webb Foodservice Design, in a press release. “Just as important as our commitment to design, as a firm, we focus on the continued improvement within our design studio. Richard, with his expertise and experience in the K-12 and healthcare markets, will provide additional ongoing mentoring to our entire team.”

Founded in 1989, Webb Foodservice Design has additional offices in Dallas, Las Vegas and Mexico.

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