MidAtlantic Engineering Partners, a civil, environmental, and marine engineering and surveying firm, has opened two additional New Jersey office locations, in Morristown and Mt. Laurel. MidAtlantic Engineering Partners also maintains offices in Wall Township, Newark, and Media, Pennsylvania.
MidAtlantic Engineering Partners is led by founding principals Louis Zuegner and William Parkhill, with key support from principals Stuart Lewis and John Kerber.
According to firm partner Louis Zuegner, “The new locations will allow us better to align our services with our current customers’ needs, ensuring personalized, detail-oriented attention for each client and each project, which is a hallmark of how we work. Additionally, having more convenient locations of great office space will help us to attract and maintain the best and brightest talent in the industry, allowing us to grow the business further over the coming years.”
“We are continually evaluating our operational footprint to ensure we are optimizing our physical resources in order to be as competitive as possible,” said partner William Parkhill. “Relocating the Hamilton office made sense because it will strengthen our internal operations and the value-added services we are able to provide to our clients.”
“We have a strong presence in the northeast region thanks to long-standing relationships we have forged and high-profile projects we have been involved with,” Zuegner continued. “We see opportunities for continued growth in the region and beyond, and are excited by these changes for our staff, clients, and the company.”
“With money available from legislation passed in Washington, communities are looking to make smart investments in infrastructure and the environment. MidAtlantic Engineering Partners has the proven ability to solve complex challenges while seamlessly integrating sustainability, function, and design to achieve and surpass the client’s goals. Our experience means that whatever you are imagining, we have the team and ability to make it a reality,” Parkhill concluded.
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