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Bergmann opens office in Cranberry, Pennsylvania

DATE: September 26, 2019

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National architecture, engineering and planning firm Bergmann has opened its 13th office nationwide in Cranberry, Pennsylvania. The township, which is the largest municipality in Butler County, is located 20 miles north of Pittsburgh. Bergmann also has locations in Philadelphia and Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.

“Businesses in Cranberry and throughout the greater Pittsburgh region are experiencing an economic upsurge and we’re excited to be part of and support this development,” said, George Kevgas, vice-president, Bergmann. “After years of serving clients in western Pennsylvania, we’re looking forward to planting roots and expanding our footprint.”

Bergmann professionals have worked with companies in Greater Pittsburgh for several years from remote office locations. Bergmann’s new permanent workspace is located at 800 Cranberry Woods Drive, Suite 280.

The Bergmann Cranberry team, including Bradly Kughn, PE and Jeffrey Strejcek, PE, is also active in national and local professional communities, serving as members of the American Society of Highway Engineers, the American Institute of Steel Construction, the American Council of Engineering Companies of Pennsylvania and the Association for Bridge Construction & Design.


For nearly four decades, Bergmann architects, engineers and planners have been delivering results to clients across the United States and Canada. This team of more than 400 professional and technical staff spans the Northeast, Midwest and Atlantic regions. Bergmann develops connections with partners and communities to create dynamic, creative solutions that will stand the test of time, while promoting environmental and functional sustainability. Projects in the Bergmann portfolio range from signature buildings and commercial developments to critical transportation infrastructure and community planning. For more information, visit