SSOE Relocates and Expands North Carolina Office

Raleigh/Durham, NC - July 18, 2007 - SSOE, Inc., ranked 8th nationally among Engineering/Architecture firms by Building Design & Construction in 2007, has relocated and expanded its Durham, North Carolina office. The new office allows more space for new staff due to the tremendous growth opportunities in the Southeast. Continue Reading →

SSOE Named a Best AEC Firm to Work For

SSOE Named a Best AEC Firm to Work For
TOLEDO, Ohio - June 25 2007 - In recognition of tremendous growth, high employee retention and satisfaction levels, and escalating recruitment of new talent, SSOE has been named one of the nine "Best AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) Firms to Work For" by Building Design & Construction Magazine. Continue Reading →

SSOE’s Founder Al Samborn Honored

SSOE's Founder Al Samborn Honored
Toledo, Ohio - May 2, 2007 - In an award ceremony held Wednesday night and hosted by Toledo mayor Carty Finkbeiner, SSOE's Founding Partner, Al Samborn, was named Toledoan of the Year for his contribution to the City of Toledo in the area of Innovation. Mr. Samborn founded A.H. Samborn and Associates in 1948. It has since grown from a company of 2.5 people to 800+ employees located in 16 cities around the world. Continue Reading →

SSOE Revolutionizing Design of Retail Facilities, Saving Clients Money

TOLEDO, Ohio, April 30, 2007 - Project managers at leading architectural and engineering firm SSOE, Inc. are taking their customers through future stores - changing paint colors, displays, signage, lighting and entrances - without taking one step inside the facility or creating a costly mock-up. Continue Reading →

Despite Michigan’s High Unemployment Rate, SSOE’s Growth in State Continues with New Jobs and Expanding Offices

Despite Michigan's High Unemployment Rate, SSOE's Growth in State Continues with New Jobs and Expanding Offices
TOLEDO, Ohio, April 24, 2007 - With a presence in Michigan for 30 years and three offices in the state, SSOE, Inc. - one of the nation's largest architecture and engineering firms - is planning at least 25 percent growth in each of its Michigan offices in the next year, despite the struggles of the state's industrial base and an unemployment rate significantly higher than the national rate. Continue Reading →