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LDG Opens Seventh Pennsylvania Office in Philadelphia Area, 16th Companywide

Parul Dubey on July 26, 2022 - in Corporate, News

New location will allow expansion of work with eastern PennDOT Districts, Federal agencies

WILLIAMSPORT – Larson Design Group (LDG), a national architecture, engineering, and professional consulting firm, is proud to announce the opening of a new office location in King of Prussia, its eighth Pennsylvania office and 16th office nationwide.

LDG’s Vice President of Transportation, Joseph Romano IV, will lead the new office, which represents the firm’s successful growth in the highly competitive Philadelphia-area transportation market. Most notably, the location will allow the firm to continue to expand its work with eastern PennDOT Districts and Federal agencies, as well as commercial and retail clients in the tri-state region.

“We are excited to open a new office in the Philadelphia area, which will increase market opportunities for LDG and help fuel our strategic growth plans,” Joe said. “We will also look to access the exceptional engineering and architectural talent pool in the region and look forward to being an active part of the community.”

About LDG

Founded in 1986, LDG is an award-winning, 100 percent employee-owned national architecture, engineering, and consulting firm with 15 offices in seven states and a vision to elevate client relationships, enrich the careers and lives of its employee-owners, and enhance the communities in which it operates.

Our Transportation Group offers an extraordinary depth and breadth of capabilities in the Bridge Design, Bridge Inspection, Construction Inspection, and Highway Design markets, providing reliable, efficient expertise for everything from small traffic studies to intricate modeling, roadway reconstructions, major interstate improvements, small bridge culverts, and expansive bridge structures. For more information, visit www.larsondesigngroup.com/markets/transportation.

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