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Leading Surveying and 3D Scanning Firm Extends Its Reach South

Leading Surveying and 3D Scanning Firm Extends Its Reach South

DPK Consulting opens new Southern NJ office and continues to expand its geographic footprint

DPK Consulting, a Land Surveying and 3D Scanning firm well known for their industry experience and commitment to customer service, has opened a southern New Jersey office in Mount Laurel. Their new location provides cost effective mobilization to Philadelphia and Delaware. Pictured above is The Delaware Memorial Bridge heading towards New Castle, DE.

“This move is exciting for us,” states James Heiser, Principal at DPK Consulting. “Establishing this new space is a part our ongoing strategic plan. The benefits are twofold,” continues Mr. Heiser. “We can provide our clients unique services in a much wider geographic range while offering our team members the ability to work from offices closer to their homes. We are continually looking for new ways to help our clients while also improving the work/life balance for our people.”

DPK has expanded its interstate licensing and has been providing services to all boroughs in New York as well as Connecticut. Now, they can better serve Philadelphia, PA regions, Delaware and have even completed projects in Washington D.C.

DPK Principal, Steve Parent is looking to new industry events and conferences to increase awareness of DPK’s solutions. “There are more associations and trade conferences on our radar today than ever before”, comments Mr. Parent. “With our talent, culture of safety, and new technologies, it feels like the opportunities are significant. We want young people beginning their career in surveying to know that DPK provides a perfect balance between learning exciting new technology and having the opportunity to take ownership of their work.”

DPK Consulting is dedicated to its people, safety and leading technology. Individually and collectively, they are committed to providing service without boundaries.

Photo Credit: Éamonn Ó Muirí, via Wikimedia Commons

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