Hatch Mott to move corporate headquarters

Posted on August 29, 2012

Full service consulting engineering firm Hatch Mott MacDonald plans to move its corporate headquarters to Iselin, N.J.

Situated within walking distance of the MetroPark train station, the new location offers convenient highway, rail, airport and hotel access. The firm will be occupying space in the new MetroTop II building and the adjoining newly renovated MetroTop I building.

The new facilities will offer Hatch Mott MacDonald a contemporary and efficient space with room for future growth and expansion. The MetroTop location will house corporate headquarters as well as engineering design groups offering transportation, water, wastewater, and environmental engineering services to local and regional clients.

In addition to its new headquarters location, Hatch Mott MacDonald maintains several other offices in the region.

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