VIATechnik Opens New San Francisco Office To Better Serve Their Growing Local Client Base

San Francisco is home to Silicon Valley and the exponentially growing tech sector, and VIATechnik has just opened a new office to offer a higher level of service to their Bay Area clients.

San Francisco, CA – February 1st, 2014

San Francisco has become known as the tech mecca, and Silicon Valley is now home to many of the world’s biggest technology companies and service providers, from Apple to Google and Facebook. The constant expansion of the region’s technology elite is driving demand for construction of new headquarters, storage facilities, server rooms and more. VIATechnik is an engineering services and consultancy group that has seen huge success from its hubs in Chicago and Manila, and has now expanded to take up a new home in San Francisco to help define the next era in the digital gold rush.

The company offers everything from BIM modeling, a Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) process in which a 3D model is used to improve the construction value chain, to an estimating service that provides quantity take offs using digital tools combined with experienced estimators. VIATechnik works on infrastructure projects, from dams to bridges, and building construction, from server rooms to new offices across the United States – from New York to Hawaii. The move to San Francisco came as a result of a growing client base in the region and the continued prosperity of Silicon Valley. The need for engineers, consultants and developers is at an all-time high and VIATechnik is in a prime position to deliver those services.

A spokesperson for VIATechnik explained, “Establishing a presence in San Francisco was essential for us to secure the future of our business. With a presence in Chicago and Manila, we felt the time was right to move into the home of tomorrow’s digital industry. Already having clients in San Francisco has emboldened us to promote our services to a new crop of potential customers, and the rewards both for us and our clients will be great. We are proud to have taken such a bold step in a time where the economy is still recovering, and we are confident we’ll be rewarded for it.”

About VIATechnik:
VIATechnik is a growing engineering organization that offers BIM modeling, CAD drafting, estimating services, scheduling, and LEED Coordination to Engineers, General Contractors, and Developers. Founded by Stanford engineering graduates, VIATechnik leverages a highly-educated, experienced, and professional team with experience in government facilities, oil and gas, commercial establishments, and infrastructure. VIATechnik blends the perfect mix of human capital and technology to effect an affordable service delivery model.

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