VIATechnik Celebrates Its First Anniversary

An Illinois-based WBE (Woman Business Enterprise) has reached a new milestone during its first year in business.

Chicago, IL – July 22, 2013

According to officials with VIATechnik, the company is celebrating its first anniversary and off to a great start now that the company has executed 100 successful projects.

“We recently celebrated our first year in business with over 100 successful projects,” said Anton Dy Buncio, Chief Operating Officer for VIATechnik LLC, a company that works with engineering, construction, general contractors, specialty subcontractors, and architecture firms.

Dy Buncio went on to explain that the services VIATechnik provides include: CAD Drafting (on AutoCAD and Microstation); BIM (3d modeling on Revit and Bentley); Steel Detailing (on Tekla and StruCAD); CPM Scheduling and Schedule Analysis (on Primavera P6) and LEED Consulting.

The company’s clients range from small construction companies who are seeking the expertise to fulfill certain job requirements, to large firms that need skilled team members.

“As a testament to the quality of our service, our clients have reached out to us to help them with other parts of their business, including meeting their LEED requirements in addition to the other construction services we have provided,” said Danielle Dy Buncio, LEED AP. “We have brought in experienced LEED professionals to help our clients manage this time consuming and tricky landscape.”

What makes the company different from everyone else on the market? Anton Dy Buncio said, “VIATechnik, is a young and dynamic firm that utilizes skilled labor from around the world to keep costs low and ensure experience handling technical jobs”.

VIATechnik’s Chicago-based team, led by Stanford engineering graduates, has worked in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and America on various infrastructure, , building, mining, marine, and oil and gas projects and ensures results are delivered on time to its clients.

As to the quality of service VIATechnik provides, Rausch Construction gave the company two thumbs up.

“VIATechnik helped us change the way we do business. As a construction company recovering from the economic down turn, it is even more important for us to turn to partners who can deliver,” a Rausch Construction representative said. “VIATechnik’s outsourced estimating and CAD services helped us cut our costs and at the same time helped our company grow.”

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