Capital expansion: Raleigh here we come
Despite the crazy weather, I’ve got great news. Mead & Hunt is adding a new office in Raleigh. You’ll find the new office at 127 W. Hargett Street, Suite 504, Raleigh, NC, in the historic Professional Building. Our new space is a beautiful landmark property, and it represents an exciting opportunity to serve the greater Raleigh area and the state of North Carolina.
As a 30-year native, I know firsthand all the city has to offer. With a thriving social, sports, cultural and arts scene, Raleigh combines the excitement of a big city with the hospitality and charm of a small Southern town. It comes as no surprise that Raleigh is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country and we’re glad to be part of that growth.
Mead & Hunt has been considering a transportation office in this area for a while, so I’m excited to be part of the team making it happen. With nearby offices in Virginia and South Carolina this location and market only makes sense, as it will help us better serve our clients in the Southeast.
The new location will expand Mead & Hunt’s geographic reach. It will also allow us to provide our current transportation services and the full breadth of Mead & Hunt’s services to our clients.
Mead & Hunt provides professional services in planning, design, engineering and architecture serving markets nationwide that include aviation, dams and hydropower, food, industrial, military, municipal infrastructure, highways and bridges. Mead & Hunt’s commitment to quality and excellence, combined with our mission to deliver outstanding service, has earned our company the excellent reputation that made this venture possible.
We hope you’ll come visit our new office to meet the Raleigh team. It will be our pleasure to serve you with the same quality and service you have come to expect.
Read more about this new office on our press release.
Filter by Expertise
QAQC is the “secret ingredient” to success
October 10, 2019
A road by any other number…
October 2, 2019
Tips and tricks in AutoCAD and Civil 3D
September 30, 2019
Women in STEM: why does it matter?
September 25, 2019