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Barton & Loguidice expands into Connecticut with acquisition

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Salina–based Barton & Loguidice, D.P.C. has acquired Anchor Engineering of Hartford, Connecticut. As part of the deal, the owners of Anchor Engineering will join Barton & Loguidice’s leadership team. They include (from left to right) Mark Zessin, Matt Brown, Scott Atkin, and Bill Wertz. (Photo credit: Barton & Loguidice)

SALINA, N.Y. — Barton & Loguidice, D.P.C. (B&L) announced it has acquired a Hartford, Connecticut firm, expanding its footprint into the Nutmeg State.

B&L has acquired Anchor Engineering Services Inc. (Anchor Engineering), an multidisciplined engineering and land-surveying company. The local firm didn’t release any details on how much it paid to acquire the Connecticut company.

Salina–based Barton & Loguidice is an engineering, planning, environmental, and landscape-architecture firm that serves clients in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.

The new office will allow B&L to “further develop” its existing services in New England, as well as add land surveying to the company’s list of practice areas. Land surveying — which includes boundary and right-of-way surveying, property and title research, flood certification and topographic surveying — will initially remain a Connecticut–based service.

Anchor Engineering’s ownership will join B&L’s existing leadership team. Mark Zessin, former president and principal owner of Anchor Engineering, becomes senior VP and executive manager of the new Connecticut office. In addition, Scott Atkin, Bill Wertz, and Matt Brown will join B&L as senior associates.

An additional 27 employees will also join the B&L team.

B&L operates additional New York offices in Albany, Binghamton, Buffalo, Rochester, Watertown, New Paltz, and Somers in Westchester County — along with offices in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania; Annapolis and Baltimore in Maryland; Fairfield, New Jersey; and now Hartford, Connecticut.

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