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Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams Chester Branch Moves to New, Larger Office in Chesterfield

We all agree, 2020 had quite a few ups and downs.  For Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams’ Chester office, the year ended on a high note, with the news of a move to a new, larger office in Chesterfield.

The former Chester branch office, a 5,500 square foot building, located at 11901 Old Stage Road, housed the KBJW environmental and geotechnical teams, as well as a state-of-the-art U.S. Army Corps of Engineers accredited laboratory for four years.  Busting at the seams with more than 30 employees at the KBJW Chester branch, the team has now doubled its space with the move into a nearly 11,000 square foot office in the Chesterfield Airport Industrial Park.

“Our move to the new location at 7511 Whitepine Road is very exciting for our staff and our clients,” said Brent Johnson, Vice President Geotechnical & Environmental.  “The increased space and upgraded facilities that the new location offers will help support our continued growth by allowing us to add the needed staff to continually provide our clients with excellent service and support.”

The larger office space allows KBJW employees to work more comfortably and efficiently with personalized workspace, a more spacious break room and a much larger conference room with state-of the art video conferencing equipment, which is a welcomed addition with the added challenges of social distancing and limiting of in-person meetings right now.

With the excitement of the move into the new, larger office, the KBJW Chesterfield team is energized and ready for what will hopefully be many more ups than downs in 2021.