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In Office : Issue No. 3

News Impacting Our Office and Yours

It’s a bit strange to be writing articles about new government regulations in order to inform our public sector clients about their impact – after all, no one is closer to government than those actually occupying a public office.

But we know how challenging it is to monitor new regulations, especially if it relates to situations and circumstances not encountered every day. That’s where our last article comes into play: what can you expect from your consulting Town Engineer? The expertise that comes from seeing it all, every day.

With each issue of In Office we present our experience, our expertise, and our forecasting on the topics and trends that affect municipal projects.

Let us know if there’s a topic we can explore for you by contacting us at inoffice@labellapc.com.

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At LaBella, one of our four core values focuses on the stewardship of resources. It’s a philosophy of our firm, and we know it’s shared by the many public officials who trust us with their community’s assets.

The responsibilities of the office you hold require stewardship of the public’s finances, safety, education, and infrastructure. The office requires difficult decisions, public scrutiny, and unimaginable foresight. Whether elected or appointed, public officials are the trustees of our communities.

Nonetheless, the office you hold is only daunting if you’re in it alone. In Office is our commitment to be your partner in stewardship. Bringing LaBella’s team of experts into your office, this semi-annual publication will present our experience, our expertise, and our forecasting on the topics and trends that affect municipal projects.

LaBella’s stewards come in many forms: planners, environmental scientists, civil engineers, architects, interior designers, and many other professionals that treat your resources as our own.

Let us know if there’s a topic we can explore for you by contacting us at inoffice@labellapc.com.

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