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Engineering design firm Kimley-Horn opens White Plains office


Kimley-Horn of New York City, an affiliate of a national design firm, has opened an office at 1 N. Lexington Ave. in downtown White Plains.

Kevin Van Hise, an owner who will relocate from its Manhattan office, said in a news release that the new location will help the firm grow in a strategic market.

The office is already doing planning work for a research and development campus in Greenburgh, a mixed-use development in Harrison, a large multifamily development in White Plains, a Wegmans store in Harrison and a commercial development in Long Island.

Services include site, civil, transportation and environmental planning, and landscape architecture and land planning.

The New York affiliate also has offices in Princeton, New Jersey, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. It is part of Kimley-Horn and Associates, founded in 1967 by two North Carolina transportation engineers. It has 2,800 employees in 75 offices.


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