Sunday, February 8, 2015

Concord Engineering Opens New Operating Center in Philadelphia

by Steve Lubetkin,
Concord Engineering has opened a Philadelphia Operating Center office at 3020 Market Street, to be staffed with a combination of existing employees from its Voorhees, NJ office and new hires from the Philadelphia area. The firm will expand its facility, power plant and substation design, as well as energy consulting/advisory services for supply contracts in the new office.

“We are absolutely thrilled to be more accessible to our Philadelphia clients, and we are excited to showcase our wide reach of services and solutions,” says Concord CEO Michael Fischette. “As a resident of Philadelphia, I’m excited to put down roots in my home town. We are here to stay.”

Owned by Brandywine Realty Trust, the renovation of the six-story former bank building for class A offices is a key element in linking the bustling transportation hub of 30th Street Station to University City.

Concord has a number of projects underway in Philadelphia and the tri-state area, including those at the University of Pennsylvania, FMC Tower, Cira Centre South and Holtec International.

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