FORT LAUDERDALE, FL | Modjeski and Masters today announced the opening of its new office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The expansion marks a strategic move to strengthen the company's presence in the Florida market and better serve its clients in the region.
Located off I-95 in The Radice Building, the new office will act as a vital hub for Modjeski and Masters' operations in the region. The office will serve The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 4, positioning Modjeski and Masters to strategically pursue significant projects in the area. The office is slated to open Oct. 1, 2023.
During the initial setup phase of the new office, Jeff Flanders, PE, Senior Project Manager, will head up operations as the interim office manager. The new location will host a team of structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers, underscoring the firm's commitment to providing comprehensive movable bridge engineering solutions to its clients.
"This expansion allows us to engage more directly with our clients and partners in Fort Lauderdale and the surrounding areas," said Mike Britt, CEO of Modjeski and Masters. "We are excited to bring our expertise and suite of capabilities to this vibrant region and contribute to the development of many key infrastructure projects."
Modjeski and Masters is currently engaged in significant projects within the district, including providing balance and other professional services for the SR5/US1 Bascule Bridge Replacement project, in collaboration with contractor American Bridge, and the Royal Park Bascule Bridge Rehabilitation project, in partnership with contractor Seminole Equipment.
As the firm celebrates its 130th anniversary this year, the Fort Lauderdale office represents another milestone in the company’s continued commitment to delivering innovative engineering solutions and unparalleled services to clients throughout Florida and beyond.