Engineering Ventures announces expansion

first_imgEngineering Ventures PC,Engineering Ventures, Inc., based in Burlington, Vermont is pleased to announce the expansion of their operations into Saratoga Springs, New York. The new office, Engineering Ventures, P.C., located at 18 Division Street, will augment the services provided by the firm from their Burlington, Vermont and Lebanon, New Hampshire locations. The expansion is seen as a way to provide the same innovation and dedication to sustainable design, to New York clients from a closer location.Engineering Ventures is an experienced, consulting engineering firm operating and licensed throughout the Northeast. Select, qualified professionals and technicians provide a broad range of civil engineering services with specialties in structural and site engineering and planning. Serving private, public, commercial, municipal and institutional clients, Engineering Ventures also offers full service from Burlington, Vermont and Lebanon, New Hampshire.Currently the firm is working on various projects at GE Energy in Schenectady, New York, the Saratoga Race Track, and the High Peaks Intermunicipal Waterfront Revitalization for the communities of Keene, Jay, Wilmington, North Elba, and the village of Lake Placid. Recently completed projects include the rebuilt Lake Placid Lodge, Helen Hayes Day Care in Haverstraw, work at numerous Adirondack hospitals, many private residences in the Adirondack area including timber frame projects, great camps and boathouses, and various water and sewer projects for municipalities including the Towns of Peru and Westport.Engineering Ventures is dedicated to delivering well managed, quality engineering projects to clients through a close and personal service which is based on many years of reputable experience. The firm is committed to client involvement and satisfaction, and takes great pride in providing creative and cost effective solutions to engineering is external) ###last_img

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