20 Years of ARM

Remember 1998?  Google was founded, the first Apple iMac was introduced, the movie Titanic won 11 Oscars, and ARM was formed. 

ARM’s engineers and scientists have since spent the past 20 years building an organization that has stayed committed to its core values, including the preservation of a work environment where the entrepreneurial spirit can thrive and where technical problem solving is paramount and unencumbered. 

During the past two decades, we have grown from 5 employees to a team of nearly 150 professionals, completing thousands of projects, from engineering, design, and permitting for the 3.2-Megawatt Turkey Point Wind Energy Project (Conestoga, PA) to designing and fabricating control panels for the new World Trade Center subway station in Manhattan.  ARM also completed environmental reclamation projects for organizations such as Lancaster General Health and Franklin & Marshall College.  ARM’s geophysical and geotechnical experts helped the Borough of Palmyra address sinkhole troubles and develop a mitigation program.

In 2010, ARM acquired EnerTech Associates, LLC, an electrical & mechanical engineering and automation business, and in 2017, ARM acquired Geo-Science Engineering & Testing, LLC, a geotechnical engineering, construction inspection, and materials testing laboratory.  These acquisitions have allowed our service offerings and geographic reach to expand in conjunction with the growth of our customer base, allowing ARM to better serve our customers by providing more integrated services under one umbrella from many locations.

Bryan Wehler, P.E., P.G., President and CEO, said that it is ARM’s dedicated and highly talented employees that make ARM stand out in its industry.  “We have the capabilities of a large engineering firm, but the mentality, efficiency, creativity, and nimbleness of a small one.”

ARM would like to sincerely thank all of our clients who have made it possible for us to work on projects that positively impacted our society and local communities over the last 20 years.  We are looking forward to working with you over the next 20 years to apply science and engineering to leave the world better than we found it.