Mayor Byron Brown Joins LaBella in Celebrating Growth and Office Expansion in Buffalo
LaBella proudly hosted a ribbon cutting at our Buffalo office to celebrate the completion of an office expansion that more than doubled our work space. Our staff has increased twofold over the past 12 months in Buffalo. Mayor Byron Brown joined us to celebrate the growth in the region.
LaBella opened the Pearl Street office in 2011. “Our expansion into Buffalo has been nothing short of a total success for the firm,” LaBella President Robert A. Healy said. “We started with 2 employees in 2011 offering environmental consulting services. Today, through organic growth, we have a staff of over 30 professionals and now offer a full suite of services, including architecture, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and energy engineering, civil engineering, transportation engineering, planning and environmental consulting.”
Mayor Brown lauded the job creation that has been the outcome of regional development and investment. “As a city, we continue to attract more investment that is creating jobs, and I thank LaBella for its continued investment in Buffalo and putting our residents to work," said Mayor Byron W. Brown. "From the cleanup of brownfield sites in the Northland Corridor and reconstruction of Seneca Street west of Larkinville, to the renovation of the auditorium at the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library, LaBella’s highly visible work is helping to make our neighborhoods citywide more productive, vibrant and beautiful.”
“The firm’s growth in Buffalo reflects the strong economic climate that has been fostered under Mayor Brown’s leadership,” Healy said. “The partnerships we’ve built here indicate that this expansion will be the first of many.”
Thank you to Mayor Brown for sharing his time with us!