Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Bohler Engineering has announced the opening of its newest office in Manhattan, NY. Located directly across from Penn Station, the new office will strengthen the firm’s New York City Permitting Division. This move provides an opportunity for Bohler to expand its permitting services and better serve the firm’s existing clients within the City.
Joseph Deal, PE, Principal of Bohler’s New York Metro operations, and Tom Tabone, Director of Permitting, will lead the new office. Having worked in the five boroughs for over three decades, Tabone’s team will continue to work closely with all New York City regulatory agencies and departments to expedite the process of securing approvals and permits.
In addition to news of the new office location, Bohler announced that its Permitting Division has expanded its building code and fire department consulting services. Additional licensed and professional experts have joined their team, enabling Bohler to provide enhanced building code, zoning and drawing reviews. “New York City is unlike any other place in the world and development here is no exception,” said Tabone. “The accessibility of a Manhattan location coupled with our bolstered menu of services will allow our team to provide full service permitting solutions in the heart of the City.”
On opening an office in the East Coast’s largest city, Deal said, “Our team has worked in the five boroughs for years and we’ve built a solid foundation here. A local presence with expanded permitting and civil engineering consulting services will enable our team to meet the growing demands of our clients.”