PDC, Inc Engineers Opens New Office in Soldotna
Brings multi-discipline engineering, planning, and survey consulting to Kenai Peninsula
PDC's new location in Soldotna.
Photo Courtesy of PDC
Soldotna, AK – September 23, 2015 – PDC Inc. Engineers (PDC) is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Soldotna at the corner of East Corral Street and the Kenai Spur Highway. This locally staffed branch office at 170 E Corral Street brings the backing of an 85 person, multi-discipline engineering, planning, and survey consulting firm to the Kenai Peninsula to better serve our clients.
The Kenai Peninsula is a diverse region of the state with an economy that is poised for considerable growth. The diversity of clients, project types, and market sectors fits well with PDC’s multi-discipline engineering capabilities” said Pat Cotter, PDC Associate and Lead Planner. Matt Stone, PDC Civil Principal who will be managing the Soldotna office, said “Our new office will help strengthen our existing relationships and help support the infrastructure needs of all of the communities on the Kenai Peninsula. We have started the office with a fantastic staff of three experienced engineers and planners, all of whom were raised on the Kenai Peninsula. The space will accommodate additional staff as the office continues to grow.” Stone added “Planning and design is about serving communities, not just producing construction documents. Service is best provided when we have an in-depth knowledge of our clients and their challenges. This kind of knowledge isn’t acquired from a distance.”
Royce Conlon, PDC President, said “PDC’s local Soldotna staff is just the tip of the iceberg for the firm’s capabilities to serve the Kenai Peninsula. The office will be supported by PDC’s multi-disciplined staff of mechanical, electrical, structural, and civil engineers, as well as planners, GIS specialists, fire protection and environmental engineers, commissioning agents, sustainability specialists, and land surveyors.”
“PDC is currently providing engineering services for the Seward Airport Improvements and the City of Soldotna Streets Management Plan and recently completed the City of Soldotna Safe Routes to School Plan. We are excited about the increased opportunity to provide quality engineering services through our new Soldotna office.”
In addition to its’ new Soldotna office, PDC also has offices in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Palmer. To learn more about this 100-percent employee-owned, award winning firm, please visit www.pdceng.com.