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February 07, 2005
Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB) a leading engineering, planning, and applied sciences firm, recently opened a new office in Annandale, Virginia, just inside the Capital Beltway. The Annandale Office is VHB’s fifth in Virginia.
“The opening of the Annandale, Virginia, office reflects VHB’s continuing commitment to the mid-Atlantic region. This office will build upon our success of delivering transportation and environmental services to the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), our growing federal client base, and our expanding municipal work throughout the region,” said senior project manager, David Cheeney.
Working out of the new office is a talented group of transportation planners and traffic engineers, formerly of TransCore. TransCore is an innovative national leader in the transportation industry, offering a broad range of expertise and solutions ranging from initial concept studies to implementation and operation of transportation systems.
Steve Thomas, Mid Atlantic Regional manager for VHB, notes: “The Metro DC/Northern Virginia market is a VHB kind of market – there are issues problems, politically diverse constituencies, public-private opportunities, and challenging permitting environments. These are areas in which we excel. Our new Northern Virginia office will help us serve our existing clients better, and provide a platform for the context-sensitive integrated services that have created VHB’s success and prominence in Virginia to date.”
VHB employs more than 100 engineers, planners and scientists in Virginia. Its five Virginia offices are located in Annandale, Richmond, Williamsburg, Newport News and Virginia Beach.
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