Robert Larsen
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MidAtlantic Engineering Launches New Division

MidAtlantic Engineering Partners, Wall Township, has announced that Robert S. Larsen R.A., P.P. has joined the firm and will focus on the areas of planning and preliminary architecture through its new division, MidAtlantic Architecture and Design.

Over the past 25 years, Larsen has accumulated broad professional experience including conceptual site design, master planning, and development coordination of various commercial and residential redevelopments.

“I am eager for this new chapter in my professional career and for the chance to work alongside such a talented group,” Larsen said. “I enjoy working closely with clients and planners who are passionate about their projects, the impact they will have in the community, and the people the projects will serve. The MidAtlantic team embodies these qualities, so I am excited to join them and be part of the company’s next wave of growth.”

“Rob is an important strategic enhancement to our team, and will further strengthen our reputation in the market while leveraging our capabilities for new strategic growth,” said MidAtlantic Co-Founding Partner Louis Zuegner. “He is a natural collaborator who enjoys listening to, supporting, and uplifting others, helping both the company and our clients to achieve success as a team.”

Co-Founding Partner William Parkhill agreed. “We are thrilled to have Rob join the firm. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that will expand planning and introduce architecture, helping us continue to grow in order to meet the needs of the markets we serve.”

Prior to joining MidAtlantic, Larsen was director of planning at CPL Partnership. He received his Bachelor of Architecture Degree from the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 1997, and is a Registered Architect licensed in NJ, PA, and NY, a Professional Planner licensed in NJ, and a National Council of Architectural Registration Boards member.

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