GM2 Associates Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding

Overview

Location:
Glastonbury, CT USA
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:Engineering
Founded:1988
Lead Investor(s):N/A
Press

Revenue & Financials

  • GM2 Associates's revenue is currently $10.3M per year.
  • GM2 Associates's revenue per employee is $180000

Employee Data

  • GM2 Associates has 57 Employees.
  • GM2 Associates grew their employee count by 21% last year.
  • GM2 Associates currently has 1 job openings.

What Is GM2 Associates?

GM2 Associates, Inc. (GM2) provides comprehensive consulting engineering services to municipal, state, federal, and private clients for projects within the built and transportation environments. Established in Connecticut in 1988, GM2 has built a strong a reputation founded on quality design and responsiveness. With over 75 employees in offices within Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire, we continue to strive to meet, and exceed, client expectations. GM2's cadre of engineers are well-versed experts in navigating complex design parameters that result in efficient, safe solutions. Working with clients and communities, GM2 applies context sensitive, practical, and accelerated construction methodologies to address issues and minimize impacts. It is GM2's tenet to offer each client the advantages of a personalized practice while providing a full range of resources to address any project need. Working to transform today's infrastructure for tomorrow, GM2's diversity results in success.

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57

Number of Employees

$10.3M

Revenue (est)

1

Current Jobs

21%

Employee Growth %

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Valuation

N/A

Accelerator

N/A

Type

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GM2 Associates News

14-Mar-19 - $153M Bridge Rehabilitation Begins Ahead of Major Mixmaster Project

Dean Bagdasarian, field design engineer, GM2 Associates, said building a temporary bypass consisting of three temporary bridges took a great