Haley & Aldrich expands New York City office presence in Manhattan to service growing client needs

Burlington, Mass. (May 15, 2018) -- Haley & Aldrich, an engineering and environmental consulting firm, today announced the company is expanding its presence in New York City with their office location in Manhattan. From their office located in the heart of New York City, Haley & Aldrich will have greater convenience and opportunities to collaborate with its real estate developer, government infrastructure, education, and healthcare clients.

“Haley & Aldrich has worked with clients and on projects in New York City for decades and this office will enable us to continue providing exceptional service as our clients’ needs continue to grow,” said Joel Mooney, P.E., General Manager of Haley & Aldrich’s Buildings and Infrastructure Business Unit. “With increased local resources, we can offer even more staff to collaborate with project teams as we work to solve the challenges our clients are facing.” 
  
Staff in Haley & Aldrich’s New York City office are underground engineering and environmental veterans who seek to find high-value, practical solutions to complex and straightforward challenges alike. The office will be led by Principal John Difini, P.E., in the Real Estate Developer and Education and Healthcare Institutions Markets; Senior Associate Ed Zamiskie, P.E., in the Government Infrastructure Market; and Associate Paul Pizzimenti, P.E., in the Government Infrastructure and Real Estate Developer Markets.  

Haley & Aldrich’s new office is located at 1441 Broadway, Suite 6031, New York, NY 10018.

About Haley & Aldrich
Haley & Aldrich, Inc. is committed to delivering the value our clients need from their capital, operations, and environmental projects. Our one-team approach allows us to draw from our 600 engineers, scientists, and constructors in nearly 30 offices for creative collaboration and expert perspectives. Since our founding in 1957, we have one goal in all we do: deliver long-term value efficiently, no matter how straightforward or complex the challenge.