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Barton & Loguidice opens Binghamton office

By Journal Staff


BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — Barton & Loguidice, D.P.C. announced it has opened a new office in Binghamton, the engineering firm’s eighth location in New York state.

Situated in downtown Binghamton, the office is one mile from City Hall, Broome County, and New York State offices. The 1,900-square-foot office will be able to accommodate eight to 10 employees, the Syracuse–area-based company says.

“Due to our growing workload in the Binghamton area, opening an office here seemed like a natural choice,” John F. Brusa, Jr., president of Barton & Loguidice, said in a news release. “We are excited to grow our company and become an integral part of the Binghamton community.”

Anthony DaRin, a professional engineer, is officer-in-charge of the Binghamton office, the company said. Luke Morenus, also a professional engineer, is assisting him with office operations.

Barton & Loguidice is an engineering, planning, environmental, and landscape architecture firm headquartered in the town of Salina. Its other offices are in Binghamton, Albany, Rochester, Watertown, Ellenville, New Paltz, and Newburgh, New York, with additional locations in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania and Lanham, Maryland. 

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Photo of Barton & Loguidice sign at Salina headquarters by Eric Reinhardt/ BJNN