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Carney Engineering Group relocates to support downtown York

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An engineering firm is relocating its Pennsylvania offices to downtown York to show its support for the revitalization happening there.

“Moving our office downtown is our way of supporting the critical redevelopment movement happening in the downtown area,” said Josh Carney, president of Carney Engineering Group. “We wanted to bring our employees and our business to the place we see as the central hub of our community.”

The new office at 320 N. George St., Suite 120, is a familiar space for the company’s 10 employees. It was renovated by Carney Engineering’s longtime partner, LSC Design; Carney handled all of the structural engineering for the $5 million renovation.

The company’s old offices were at 1110 E. Princess St., about 2 miles away.

Aside from the new building, Carney said he is using the location to attract new employees.

“Our employees are taking advantage of all of the amenities downtown and the new location offers us new opportunities for recruitment, which is critical in our industry,” Carney said.

Carney Engineering, which also has offices in Timonium, Md., specializes in structural engineering, forensic engineering, steel detailing and building information modeling.

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