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Lambert Engineers moves west to expand office space

Lambert Engineers, Inc. has relocated its corporate offices in West Knox County to accommodate burgeoning company growth.

Lambert Engineers has grown in the last two years from eight employees to 25 engineers and support staff. The company plans to add at least five more engineers in the near future, said Jerry Lambert, Farragut resident and company founder and president.

“Our firm is on a good growth track,” Lambert said. “We have added several top-tier engineering professionals to support our clients’ needs. We simply outgrew our space.

“We have the people and the technical equipment that enables us to do a great job for clients,” he said. “Now we have the additional space that meets our present need and gives us the capacity for the additional growth we see in the future.”

The 6,100 square feet of space in the firm’s new offices in the Stokely Building in Cedar Bluff is more than double the firm’s former west Knox County location in Franklin Square.

Lambert, 46, founded the firm in 1996 with a staff of two. He said the increase in size has not come about as growth for the sake of adding people, but instead results from increasing numbers of clients and the larger scope of projects on which the firm has been called on to work.

“The engineering industry has been under a lot of pressure the last few years because of the slower economy,” Lambert said.

“Now, however, we’re seeing expanded business activity on several fronts,” he added. “As we look down the road we are optimistic as a company that this upward trend will continue for us and for engineering in general.”

Lambert Engineers specializes in designing systems for industrial clients.


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