ENGINEERING A CREATIVE NEW APPROACH: WANTMAN GROUP, INC. ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF WGI CREATIVE SERVICES DIVISION
Wantman Group, Inc. (WGI), a multidisciplinary consulting firm specializing in engineering, surveying and mapping, environmental, landscape architecture, and planning services, announces the inception of an in-house Creative Services Division known as WGI Creative (www.wgicreative.com). Based out of its West Palm Beach headquarters, the new division focuses on meeting the specific marketing needs of WGI’s clients in a seamless effort to provide the broadest array of high-quality services.
“The launch of WGI’s Creative Services Division was a natural progression” said David Wantman, PE, president of WGI. “We have provided our clients with an exceptional level of service in several disciplines, including creative services, for years. We realized our continued growth necessitated the launch of a complete business unit specifically focused on this area of client support. The launch of WGI Creative ensures we’re continuing to provide our clients with innovative and creative marketing and design solutions to help streamline delivery of completed projects.”
The launch of WGI Creative coincides with the hiring of Bryan Peterson, who joined WGI after consulting with the firm for nearly a decade. Previously in charge of the advertising departments at Golden Bear International, Jack Nicklaus Golf Equipment, and most recently the Florida Panthers Hockey Club, Peterson has more than 25 years of experience that includes initiating innovative marketing and design concepts, and assembling effective teams. Understanding that each client comes with a unique sense of purpose, Peterson ensures that his team gives WGI’s clients the right combination of marketing, advertising, branding, graphic design, interactive media, and packaging.
“I’m beyond excited to join WGI,” said Peterson. “In the last ten years, I’ve enjoyed helping WGI become a leader in the industry, and I look forward to continuing to produce distinctive strategies for WGI and its clients. But I’m also looking forward to establishing a collaborative culture within our department to ensure the development of a unique design agency, able to cater to the needs of clients who are within and outside of the industry.”
“We are excited to have Bryan join the WGI team,” said Wantman. “He comes to us with a unique and thorough knowledge of our company, having worked directly with WGI on multiple projects for almost ten years. His knowledge of our industry, former experience, and vision for WGI’s future brings an unprecedented opportunity for the company’s continued growth.”
About Wantman Group:
As a multidisciplinary consulting firm, WGI has six offices throughout Florida and is comprised of eight separate divisions devoted to the following disciplines: Civil/Municipal Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Surveying and Mapping, Subsurface Utility Engineering, Construction, Environmental, Landscape Architecture and Planning services. WGI is among the 437 private growth companies that were Hire Power Awards honorees for 2013 and is featured in the 2nd annual edition of Inc. Hire Power Awards, recognizing the private businesses that have generated the most jobs since 2012. ZweigWhite ranked WGI #41 on the “Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies” list in 2014, as well as the “Best Firms to Work For” list the same year. Additionally, The South Florida Business Journal ranked WGI number 6 on the 2014 “Top 25 Engineering Firms in South Florida” list and ranked #3767 on the 2014 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America.
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