Cleveland, Ohio

As the second largest city in Ohio, Cleveland is the geographic, economic and cultural center of the Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor Metropolitan Area, the largest metropolitan area in the state. Formerly a stronghold of the coal and steel industries, it is now a center for innovators, designers and inventors in all disciplines. Cleveland is home to numerous major national companies, one of the “Big Five” symphony orchestras in the USA and universities.

Adress:

34525 Melinz Parkway, Suite 205, Eastlake, Ohio 44095

 

• Engineering

• Project management

• Manufacturing

• Service

 

Atlanta, Georgia

The capital of the state of Georgia has been known worldwide since at least the 1996 Summer Olympics. Atlanta also boasts a number of internationally renowned universities and a thriving economy: it ranks third among American cities with the most headquarters of Fortune 500 companies. The metropolitan region as a whole generated $425 billion in economic output in 2020, ranking 10th among metropolitan areas in the US.

Adress:

10 Herring Road, Newnan, Georgia

 

• Engineering

• Project management

• Manufacturing

• Service

 

Sales and service locations

  • Houston, Texas
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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