EDR, a leading provider of professional engineering, environmental, and landscape architectural services, is proud to announce the opening of its new Hyannis, Massachusetts office. Establishing this office reinforces the Firm’s dedication to serving clients and projects on Cape Cod.
The Hyannis Office is the Firm’s ninth location, joining Albany, Rochester, Saratoga Springs, Syracuse, and White Plains, New York; Columbus, Ohio; Hershey, Pennsylvania; and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Mike Tamblin, Principal and Leader of Engineering Services, expressed his excitement about the new office, stating, “Our decision to open an office in Massachusetts reflects our deep commitment to clients and projects on Cape Cod. This expansion enables us to provide our clients more localized support and solutions. Our Hyannis staff includes highly qualified local professionals who specialize primarily in Wastewater and Water Engineering and Automation and Controls Design.”
EDR’s Hyannis office is led by Russ Kleekamp who has over 20 years of engineering experience throughout Cape Cod.
The Hyannis team’s collective project experience includes water and wastewater treatment facility design and upgrades, stormwater management, flood control, road reconstruction, dam engineering, hydrogeology, land use, wetlands, and shorefront protection. The team includes project engineers and surveyors, multi-discipline designers, and project representatives who have specialized in working with municipal and investor-owned water utilities, public works departments, planning boards, and conservation commissions throughout New England.
As EDR continues to grow its presence in New England, the company remains committed to sustainability, environmental stewardship, and fostering responsible development. The Hyannis office will play a pivotal role in advancing these goals by supporting projects that contribute to the region’s economic vitality while preserving its natural and cultural heritage.
Founded in 1979, EDR is comprised of a diverse group of professionals, including engineers, landscape architects, historians, ecologists, botanists, wildlife biologists, GIS specialists, archaeologists, visualization specialists, and planners.
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