ARM 20 Year Anniversary Recognized by Dauphin County

Dauphin County, Pennsylvania has formally recognized ARM Group Inc. for spending the past 20 years building an engineering consulting organization which has stayed committed to its core values and has created an environment where the entrepreneurial spirit can thrive, and where technical problem solving is paramount and unencumbered.

The recognition was bestowed in the form of a Proclamation that was presented to ARM during the 20th Anniversary Open House by County Commissioner Mike Pries. An excerpt from the Proclamation stated the following: “During the past two decades, ARM has grown from nine 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 in Conestoga, Pennsylvania, to designing and fabricating control panels for the new World Trade Center subway station in Manhattan.”

President and CEO Bryan Wehler, P.E., P.G., said that “ARM’s key differentiator is our people who work tirelessly every day to deliver superior results to our customers. We have the capabilities of a large engineering firm, but the mindset, efficiency, creativity and nimbleness of a small one. ARM is grateful to its clients for making 20 years possible and is very appreciative of the recognition by the Commissioners of Dauphin County.”