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After 5 Years in Kansas City, Ross & Baruzzini Celebrates Wins and Looks to the Future

After 5 Years in Kansas City, Ross & Baruzzini Celebrates Wins and Looks to the Future

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As our Kansas City office celebrates five years, we’re excited to see this team’s continued success across healthcare, science and technology, and public sectors.  

Since opening, they have completed over 75 projects totaling $300+ million in combined construction costs with notable projects including the Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise and Research Center at the University of Missouri–Kansas City, completed science laboratory renovations for Johnson County Community College, and handled renovations at the United States Disciplinary Barracks in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. 

"Based on the success we've seen in Kansas City in a short time, we're excited to see what the future holds," says Dan Phelan, Office Director for Ross & Baruzzini's Kansas City office. "These projects helped demonstrate our ability to provide our clients with innovative solutions and exceptional service, particularly on challenging, multi-phase renovation projects. As our office continues to grow, we look forward to providing our clients with the full spectrum of our firm's engineering and consulting services to deliver leading-edge solutions to their most complex problems — all while providing top-notch customer service." 

The Kansas City team plans to move to a larger office space in Overland Park, Kansas, to better serve its Missouri and Kansas clients while providing ample space for the growing team. The team is currently located in Prairie Village, Kansas. 

"We have several exciting projects on the horizon, so I don't see our momentum in the Kansas City region slowing down," says Elizabeth Graff, Business Development Director for Ross & Baruzzini's Midwest region. "With several upcoming projects at the University of Kansas Medical Center, University of Missouri–Kansas City, and Johnson County Community College — in addition to several significant opportunities in the healthcare, science and technology, and public sectors — I'm confident we'll continue to build on our successes for many years to come." 

Read the full press release from Cision PR Newswire

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