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G2 Consulting Group Opens Ann Arbor, Michigan, Service Center

02/13/2014
A full-service engineering firm serving major utilities, property owners, government agencies and leading architectural, engineering and construction firms specializing in geotechnical, environmental and construction engineering services, G2 Consulting Group, opened a full-service center at the Eisenhower Commerce Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to work with clients in Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County and the surrounding area.

"G2 has been fortunate to have contributed to the growth and construction activity in Washtenaw County and particularly in Ann Arbor in recent years," said G2 President Mark Smolinski, P.E., "and we know we can serve our clients even better by locating closer to them. Having an Ann Arbor office will enable us to participate more fully in this community."

The Ann Arbor office will be managed by 12 year G2 veteran Jason Stoops, P.E., who completed both his undergraduate civil and environmental engineering degree as well as his masters in geotechnical engineering at the University of Michigan. The office opens with four full time engineers and a senior field technician and will include a full service materials laboratory that can complete soil and materials lab work onsite saving clients both time and money.

"I've been working to get back to Ann Arbor since I left in 2001," said Stoops. "We look forward to helping G2 earn an even bigger role in the exciting development activities at the University and in the broader business community."

G2 said it “recently experienced strong growth and is expecting to report an approximate 20 percent improvement in its 2013 revenues. The Company sees significant near-term infrastructure investments in Michigan and is eager to more closely align with key regional markets.”

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