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Warrenville engineering firm expands to Pennsylvania

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EN Engineering, an energy engineering firm in Warrenville, has expanded and opened a new office near Philadelphia.

In an effort to better serve existing and future clients, the office is located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. It is found near existing gas utilities, pipelines and electric distribution clients that the firm currently serves.

In addition, the rapidly growing area offers a prime location for market expansion, said Vice President Keith Johnson, who manages the office. "Our new location will enable us to deliver prompt, accessible service to our clients in the area and also expand our client base."

The firm has 16 other locations around the country and engineers licensed to practice in all 50 states.

CEO Steve Knowles said, "Our strong client focus has led to increased growth and required us to expand. The new location will allow us to better serve clients and build and sustain long-term, mutually beneficial client relationships."

The company was founded in 2002 and has been expanding in recent years to address the growing need for engineering and design services to the energy industry. In 2016, the firm ranked 108th on Engineering News-Record's list of the top 500 engineering firms in the United States.

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