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WHPacific opens new office on Ohio's Harrison County

By Bob Downing Published: January 3, 2014

From WHPacific:

(December 23, 2013) – WHPacific, Inc. (WHPacific), the largest Alaska Native-owned multi-discipline, professional services company in the United States, is pleased to announce the opening of its Cadiz, Ohio office. The new office, located at 227 1/2 East Warren Street, occupies the old Harcatus Head Start building. WHPacific chose to expand its offices to Cadiz, home to the Utica and Marcellus shale industry, to serve the needs of its oil and gas clients.

“We are excited to be in Cadiz,” said Chief Operating Officer, Hal Keever, “and looking forward to the opportunity to serve our clients’ needs – we go where they need us to go.”

WHPacific’s focus is to provide permitting, planning, survey, and engineering design services to land development, transportation, and oil and gas clients throughout Ohio. WHPacific specializes in pipeline design, community planning, and transportation projects. The company’s capabilities also include environmental and aviation services. WHPacific’s expertise in the mobile and static scanning of remote locations and rugged terrain provides solutions for clients when conventional methods fail.

See the story on Columbus Business First.

About WHPacific
WHPacific, Inc. helps public and private clients throughout the U.S. achieve success with even their most challenging projects. Our integrated professional services deliver excellent transportation, water resources, environment, development, facilities, and energy projects that are supported by our comprehensive construction/project management and surveying and scanning services. WHPacific is consistently ranked among the nation’s top 500 design companies by Engineering News Record, with our ranking for 2013 at 188. WHPacific, Inc. is 100 percent Native American-owned by NANA Development Corporation and certified by minority development councils throughout the western U.S.



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