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Companies Merging To Form Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams
July 10, 2017

Representatives from Koontz-Bryant, Geo-Solutions and Willmark Engineering announced recently that the three companies will be merging to form Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams (KBJW).

KBJW Shareholders from left to right: Greg Koontz, George Bryant, Brent Johnson, Mark Williams, Martha Shotwell (Not Pictured: Bob Fitz)

Koontz-Bryant is a leading force in civil engineering, surveying, landscape architecture and environmental services and has been serving the Greater Richmond area for over 26 years. Geo-Solutions’ expertise lies in geotechnical engineering, environmental services and drainfield design, and Willmark Engineering provides civil engineering services to the commercial and industrial market sectors. Geo-Solutions and Willmark Engineering have served the Richmond market for 10 years.

“Today, both George and I and all the KB employees celebrate a new chapter in our firm’s history. The merger of three great companies will expand the services available to our clients while maintaining a common corporate culture,” said Greg Koontz, President of Koontz-Bryant. “We’re excited for what lies ahead with our new partners and our expanding corporate vision.”

The merger will allow KBJW to provide clients with the additional benefits of their combined services and a more diverse firm, as well as moving forward the long term corporate vision for their employees. KBJW will continue to focus on delivering unmatched services to their clients and will be at two locations with the corporate office at 1703 North Parham Road, Suite 202, Henrico, VA 23229 and a branch office located at 11901 Old Stage Road, Chester, VA 23836.

“I am excited for the Geo-Solutions team to join Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams,” said Brent Johnson, President of Geo-Solutions. “The joining of the many years of service, success, and expertise displayed by the three firms will establish KBJW as the premier civil engineering firm in Virginia.”

Mark Williams, President of Willmark echoed the sentiment of his new partners. “As the sole owner of a smaller firm, I have had to wear many hats,” said Williams. “While the challenge of building a successful business from the ground up has been extremely rewarding, I am looking forward to having the resources of our combined firms and larger staff to allow more time to focus on our strengths.”

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