Syska Hennessy Group Boston â€¨Announces Relocation to New Downtown Office
BOSTON, MA Syska Hennessy Group, Inc., (SHG) announces its Boston, Massachusetts, office recently moved to a new downtown location at 10 Post Office Square within the city's financial district and home to various prominent Fortune 100 financial clients. The company made this strategic office move to accommodate increased project activity in the surrounding market, rapidly growing staff, and address its Vision 2025 initiative for client accessibility and service.
Led by Michael Eaves, Managing Director, the office has maintained a long-standing presence in the New England area. In the last few years, the office experienced its most rapid expansion, growing to more than 20 employees and overseeing a number of local and regional engineering projects. This includes extensive mission critical work as well as additional assignments in the financial, retail, higher education and healthcare sectors. As a result, the relocation of the entire staff to downtown Boston became an essential move as the new space offers close proximity to clients and upgraded facilities with extra space for future employee growth.
"This move is a clear demonstration of Syska's commitment to Boston and New England," said Eaves. "We could not be more proud of the success of our team and this expanded space will create enhanced efficiencies in internal communication and improve overall processes. Our new location also puts us right in the heart of the city's thriving downtown area. This will allow us to better serve our clients since we'll be close by many current projects as well as offer greater access and visibility to the young professional talent pool at Boston's numerous educational institutions. Our new office will be a key factor towards sustaining the upward growth trend we have been experiencing."
During the last decade, the office successfully worked on numerous projects with high-profile clients throughout Boston including Bank of America, Citizens Bank, CBRE, Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Syska was also a key participant in the comprehensive electrical renovation work recently completed on Boston's historic Old South Church.