LARAMIE, Wyo. – An engineering and surveying firm known as one of the finest in the region has acquired a professional group in Loveland, Colo. to serve a growing list of clients in industries ranging from commercial and residential building to energy transmission and pipeline development.
Coffey Engineering & Surveying, LLC, based in Laramie, Wyo. for more than 60 years, has acquired the Loveland, Colo. branch of Westwood Professional Services.
“Although we’re based in Wyoming, the Coffey team has a long history of working in Colorado and across the Rocky Mountain West,” said David Coffey, PELS, who is CEO of the growing firm that was founded in 1951. “Adding an experienced group of engineers and surveyors and an office in Northern Colorado will allow us to better serve our clients and expand on the quality services we already provide.”
Coffey’s licensed professionals serve a wide range of civil engineering, land surveying and geospatial needs—from construction materials testing and land platting to 3D scanning and custom GIS mapping. Coffey’s multidisciplinary team approach allows ideas to percolate among a variety of industry specialists to find solutions for complex projects.
Westwood Professional Services is a Minneapolis-based group specializing in engineering and surveying services for commercial and residential development, wind and solar projects, power delivery and oil & gas.
Michael Lang, PLS, an established professional surveyor in Northern Colorado with a long resume of significant projects, will continue to manage the Loveland office. He will assume the position of Vice President at Coffey Engineering and maintain a robust professional network in the region, including serving on the Northern Colorado Economic Development Corporation Board and as chairman of the Loveland Creative Sector Development Board.
“We’re glad to be joining the Coffey team,” Lang said. “This step will combine two successful groups into one of the largest and most experienced surveying and engineering firms in the region. Not only will the company gain from the synergy of our combined staff, but our clients will benefit from the significant additional resources within the region that will now be available to them.”
Coffey Engineering will maintain a relationship with Westwood Professional Services and expects to partner with the firm on projects in the future, leveraging the Minneapolis-based company’s broader footprint and experience in related industries.