Quincy, MA – EBI Consulting recently announced the opening of its new office. Having outgrown its original Quincy office, opened in 2012, the company has relocated to a larger facility in the same city.
The new facility boasts professional office space for 19 architecture and engineering professionals, a private executive conference room, printing facilities, employee break room, and access to on-site restaurants, a fitness facility, and a large conference center.
It is conveniently located with direct access to Route 95 and points in Boston, the South Shore and EBI Consulting’s headquarters in Burlington.
This relocation will support EBI’s rapidly growing architectural and civil engineering divisions while continuing to provide service to its regional clientele.
“The move to this new office will accommodate our A&E team’s current work-flow and anticipated growth needs. A true benefit for our team is that this new office provides the required resources and quality of space to best collaborate with our civil engineering team and other EBI divisions. This allows us to service our clients while creating new project opportunities. Continued collaboration with all our in-house disciplines is key to the success of our firm,” said EBI senior program manager, John Scanlon AIA, NCARB, Sr.
In the 30 years since EBI’s founding, the company has experienced tremendous growth, and subsequently its programs and services have expanded. Over the past 10 years, EBI has developed a strong architecture and engineering program in key markets across the country. In the last year alone, EBI’s civil engineering team has grown 200% and SN Consulting Group joined EBI, greatly expanding its architectural offerings and capabilities.
“With these improvements, we can effectively showcase our full range of professional A&E services. The results have already been realized with the acquisition of new project opportunities on the South Shore that include scopes from our architectural and in-house engineering disciplines. It’s a bonus to offer more than just architectural services to our clients, but it’s even better to bring them into a professional environment to demonstrate how it all works.” added Scanlon.
“EBI Consulting has expanded to several new regions across the United States in the past 25 years, keeping pace with the company’s continued success and serving clients’ evolving needs. Its professionalism and expertise in the field has resulted in a loyal client-base that now spans the country.”