Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) July 04, 2014
FDH has opened an office in Arizona’s Greater Phoenix area. The firm is expanding its West Coast operation to better serve its wireless telecommunications clientele in a region well-known for its coordinated deployment of wireless networks.
“FDH’s commitment to adding value to our client services is evident in our investment in our firm’s infrastructure and in the strategic steps we are taking to provide dedicated teams in the western region,” stated Christopher Murphy, FDH president and CEO. “Our Phoenix office will offer clients in that region enhanced access to our field services and construction management services.”
FDH provides engineering and construction services across several practice areas to multiple
“The initial focus of the Arizona office will be the wireless telecom industry,” said Murphy. “The rising use of mobile devices is driving the demand for network expansion. Supporting the wireless industry with turnkey services for construction and field services has been a cornerstone of FDH operations for more than 10 years.”
The business-friendly climate, proximity to Arizona State University’s civil engineering program, and access to a large pool of technical professionals from Arizona and California also drew FDH to the Phoenix Metro area.
“The area offers a great cadre of professional talent,” said Murphy. “In addition to engineers, FDH plans to hire tower and field technicians, and construction professionals.”
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FDH is a multidisciplinary consulting firm that provides engineering, field investigation and inspection, and construction services to clients in the telecommunications, commercial, industrial, institutional and governmental sectors. Practice areas include civil engineering,geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, nondestructive testing, construction services, and research and development. These areas work together seamlessly to deliver turnkey projects that meet the needs of FDH clientele. FDH projects cross all 50 states and include international work in the U.S. territories and Pacific Rim. Since its beginning in university research, leading to three U.S. patent awards, FDH has maintained a strong focus on innovation in every aspect of its operation and is recognized as a true global leader in the engineering investigation of civil and industrial infrastructure. FDH is headquartered in Raleigh, N.C., with offices in St. Louis, M.O., Irvine, C.A., Baton Rouge, L.A., Troy, O.H., and Chandler, A.Z.