Engineering firm opens Brandon office

BRANDON — DuBois & King (D&K), a consulting engineering firm founded in Randolph in 1962, has opened a new office in Brandon. The 25 Union St. location provides a base of operations for firm engineers living on the western side of the Green Mountains, and the location will better serve clients along the Route 7 corridor. The firm is headquartered in Randolph and also has offices in South Burlington and Springfield.
D&K’s Jon Ashley, PE, is providing leadership for the Brandon office. Ashley is a senior civil/environmental engineer with 23 years of professional experience. His professional experience includes municipal water and sewer, site development, brownfield and hazardous site remediation. Ashley is a resident of nearby Whiting and brings significant knowledge of the area, having served municipal clients in the region for decades.
“We are very excited to join the Brandon and greater Addison and Rutland counties community,” says DuBois & King President Jeff Tucker. “Our new Brandon office will enable the firm to better serve our clients in the area, match local expertise with area needs, as well as save some wear and tear on our staff that currently commute from the area. The advancement in technology has brought project teams together while working in different locations. We are looking forward to better integrating ourselves into the community and the additional engineering resources will expand options for municipalities in the region. This is a win-win for our clients and the firm.”
DuBois & King is a multidiscipline professional consulting firm providing planning, engineering, and construction phase services in the areas of public infrastructure, facilities, environmental services, and natural resources.

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