Oct 6, 2011

The Best Firm in the City

My friend is an engineer. Not just an ordinary engineer but one who is quite in demand. Their firm is a bit new but their clients have been overflowing since day one. Why not? His dad, who was a retired engineer, acts as consultant in their firm. Most of the clients of his Father’s company before are transferring to their firm. These clients are no less than big shot high profile business persons upgrading and expanding their businesses.

Expansions call for new offices and new buildings! To get better angles and planning, they use 3D modeling for their projects. Construction Software is truly an advantage in their field as it has maximized their potential. With a seasoned engineer as a consultant plus technology innovations, their firm really moves up and becomes the best in the city.

I wonder if they also hire PR and marketing geniuses for promotions. If word of mouth is all they have surely, their firm is really good. With the status of their firm right now, I am sure there's some PR in between. That's just how things work nowadays. Their firm is barely three years and they are the talk of the town every time a new building is about to rise.

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