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Dwyer Engineering Opens New Maryland Location Serving the Greater Washington D.C./Baltimore Area
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WASHINGTON, D.C. - December 2, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Dwyer Engineering (www.Dwyer.com), a premiere mechanical and electrical engineering firm based on the East Coast, today announced the January, 2005 opening of its new location in Burtonsville, Maryland, just 10 miles north of Washington, DC.
"We are thrilled to be setting up a conveniently located office in the D.C./Baltimore corridor," said Matt Dwyer P.E., President of Dwyer Engineering. "The new Montgomery County location in the I-95 corridor provides easy access to Washington, D.C., as well Baltimore, and will be headed up by three exceptional engineers: Matt Toth P.E., Tom Leake, and Ray Glenn."
The new Montgomery County office will be equipped with high speed DSL lines which link back to Dwyer Engineering's main office in Leesburg, Virginia. This digital integration will provide full access to Dwyer's intranet and project files, as well as allowing clients to access project data via password protected links.
The address of the new Dwyer Engineering location is 3905 National Park Drive, Suite 370, Maryland 20866. The phone number at the new office is 301-476-9100 or toll-free 866-947-7775.
Founded in 1981, Dwyer Engineering is a nationally recognized mechanical, plumbing, and electrical engineering firm with offices in Leesburg, Virginia and Burtonsville, Maryland. For over 20 years, Dwyer Engineering has designed retail shopping centers, grocery stores, restaurants, offices, and apartment buildings for clients in 25 states in the eastern and mid-western US.
Prior to joining Dwyer Engineering, Matt Toth, Tom Leake and Ray Glenn worked for Giant Food Engineering, executing mechanical and electrical plans for grocery stores, shopping centers, facilities, and offices.
For more information please visit: http://www.dwyer.com
Photo caption: "Dwyer Engineering Crossing the Potomac"
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