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Keeping Our World Connected with Broadband

The internet has come a long way, revolutionizing how we connect and communicate! Our fiber team is working to bridge the digital divide, designing solutions to meet the ever-growing demand for network capacity.

JAM Arch Acquisition
Colliers Engineering & Design Acquires
J.A. Mihalik Architect, LLC

Colliers Engineering & Design has acquired all operating assets of J.A. Mihalik Architect, LLC (JAM ARCH), an architectural and design firm based in Fairfield, NJ.

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2023 Impact Report

As we build for our future, explore how we deliver resilient buildings, inclusive workplaces, and spaces that promote health and wellbeing.

2023 Awards

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We're honoring our recent milestones and commending the remarkable achievements of our professionals.

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February 27, 2024

Top 3 Reasons You Need a Corporate Architect for Early Childhood Education Centers

Did you know that there is a role in the A/E/C Industry that holds the responsibility of telling a story for a company through its branding?

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February 23, 2024

Jose H. Carmona joins Colliers Engineering & Design

Colliers Engineering & Design, a national multi-discipline engineering and architecture, design and consulting firm, is pleased to announce that it has hired Jose H. Carmona, Jr., PE, as the Municipal Department Manager…

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February 12, 2024

Keeping Our World Connected with Broadband

Our fiber team is working to bridge the digital divide, designing solutions to meet the ever-growing demand for network capacity.

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February 9, 2024

Bergmann’s Rebrand in Binghamton

Colliers Engineering & Design, a leading engineering, architecture, consulting and design firm recently held a ribbon cutting event to celebrate its growing Binghamton, NY office location to promote awareness of its recent…

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