Karpinski Engineering Celebrates Five Years in Columbus
Karpinski Engineering recently celebrated the fifth anniversary of the opening of its Columbus office with an August 16 open house for clients and guests. Representatives from area architectural firms, construction companies and consultants visited the Orion Place office in the Polaris Parkway/Gemini Place area of Columbus’ north side.
Since 2007, Karpinski Engineering’s Columbus office has added to its staff each year – now totaling 15 engineers and a support staff serving Columbus and surrounding areas. Notable projects include the first phase of the Columbus Museum of Art, as well as a new $14-million, 18,000-SF data center for Motorist Mutual Insurance – part of New Albany’s Research and Information District. Additional clients include The Ohio State University, OhioHealth and Mount Carmel.
According to Frank Eisenhower, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Vice President and Director of KE’s Columbus Operations, “The continued success and growth of Karpinski Engineering began in 1983 with the vision of our Chairman, Jim Karpinski, and a culture based upon client service and quality work which continues to this day. Jim believes that quality and collaboration must always be at the forefront of our company and industry. This philosophy and mission has served Karpinski Engineering well.”
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