Fuss & O’Neill Opens New Office in Williston, Vermont

Exterior view of the Williston, VT office

Civil and environmental firm Fuss & O’Neill has opened a new office in Williston, VT. The new office is the firm’s second location in Vermont, and the eleventh regional office overall. Fuss & O’Neill’s Vermont offices feature technical experts in the disciplines of site and civil engineering, environmental science, hazardous building materials, dam engineering, transportation engineering, water and natural resources, and climate resilience.

Philip Forzley, PE, who has been with Fuss & O’Neill for nearly two decades and has served as the White River Junction, VT Office Manager since 2018, is very excited about the growth he has seen in the state.

When I moved from our corporate headquarters to our Vermont office, it was an adjustment given the smaller office environment. Now, with some strategic hires and expanded service areas in both White River Junction and Williston, we have nearly tripled our employee base in the state, and are able to provide a greater, more diverse clientele with outstanding service on multidisciplinary projects.

Philip Forzley
Vice President, Fuss & O'Neill

This office opens up opportunities for a larger pool of engineers and technical professionals in the Burlington area to stay local and pursue their careers. I have worked in this area for many years and I came to Fuss & O’Neill because I have long been impressed with their commitment to their clients and the service their project teams provide. We have a great group already in this office, and I’m very excited to see what the future holds.

Robert Montgomery
Associate, Fuss & O'Neill
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