Woolpert Diversifies Aircraft Locations Due to Expanding Fleet

DAYTON, Ohio (February 19, 2013)… Woolpert, a national geospatial, design and infrastructure management consulting firm headquartered in Dayton, recently announced the purchase of a Cessna 402 to expand its data collection fleet.

Woolpert has historically housed its aircraft in Dayton where the firm is headquartered. The firm’s growth throughout the West and Southeast has contributed to the need for additional aircraft in various locations. Additionally, because of the size of the fleet, Woolpert will now permanently house aircraft in Dayton as well as Atlanta, Ga. and Dallas, Texas.

“The purchase of additional aircraft will help us meet the increased demand to collect aerial data across the U.S.,” said Jeff Lovin, Woolpert senior vice president and director of geospatial services. “Also, by diversifying the location of our aircraft, we will also be better equipped to mobilize and respond to collection requirements throughout the country.”

About Woolpert

Woolpert, ranked by Engineering News-Record as a top national design firm, provides professional design, geospatial and infrastructure services to clients in the public and private sectors. Founded in 1911, Woolpert’s innovative design approach and commitment to the creative application of technology have grown the firm into a leader in the consulting industry. With more than 600 professionals in 22 offices located throughout the U.S., Woolpert’s collaborative and multidisciplinary approach is driven by great people, great clients and great projects. For more information on Woolpert, visit Woolpert’s website. For insight on industry trends and emerging topics, visit our Thought Leaders blog.

 

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