Larson Design Group, a nationally emerging architecture, engineering and survey firm with offices in Pittsburgh, Wexford, Beaver and eight other cities in four states, has been named a top 30 engineering firm by the Pittsburgh Business Times.
Firms were ranked based on office billings in Allegheny and six surrounding counties. LDG placed 29th on the list, up four spots from 2017. The move upward was propelled by several notable projects in the Pittsburgh area, including LDG’s work on the Greenfield Bridge, the structural inspection of the McKees Rocks Bridge, the longest structure in Allegheny County, and numerous transportation and developer related projects.
“Our growth in the region is a testament to the innovative, value-added services we provide to our clients,” said David Martin, chief operating officer of LDG. “As we add to our Pittsburgh region client base and continue our success in the federal market, I expect significant growth of our presence in the region and new career opportunities for our employee–owners.”
LDG’s Pittsburgh regional offices provide engineering, surveying and architecture services for leading clients in public and private sectors. LDG recently received the Innovative Project of the Year Award from the Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania for the CNG Transit Fueling Public-Private Partnership program in partnership with Trillium CNG on behalf of PennDOT. The firm’s work on the Beaver County Transit Authority compressed natural gas fueling station, in partnership with Trillium CNG and PennDOT, was named by the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers, Beaver County Chapter, as its 2017 Project of the Year.