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Pictured above (left to right): Kristina Paradise, Construction Technician and Jeremy Purvis, P.E., Lead Construction Engineer of our Fort Dodge, IA office.

Snyder & Associates hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the site of its new downtown Fort Dodge office, 911 Central Avenue, on Tuesday, March 7, 2017. Located one block east of its former third story suite location on Central Avenue, the new Snyder & Associates office is well-located and evenly spaced between City Hall, the Webster County Courthouse, and the Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance. The new office location is larger and will allow Snyder & Associates to better serve area clients.

“This event is about more than commemorating our new office location,” shares Dave Moeller, President of Snyder & Associates. “It’s about commemorating our commitment to the area and thanking those who have supported our continued growth. We have established many key partnerships in the Fort Dodge area, and we look forward to serving Central Iowa communities, counties, and developers for many years to come.”

Notable projects in the Fort Dodge region that Snyder & Associates has assisted with include:

Founded in 1977, Snyder & Associates, Inc. provides municipalities, schools, public agencies and private developers with comprehensive civil engineering, land survey, landscape architecture and planning services. Snyder & Associates, Inc. specializes in thinking beyond engineering by effectively addressing the long-term planning needs of clients and providing ongoing problem-solving expertise. Centrally located in Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin, the firm functions as an on-staff engineer or planning professional for more than 200 communities throughout the Midwest.

For additional information, please contact Christy Ortmann, Marketing & Communications Manager.

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