CEC Toledo welcomed city dignitaries, company officials, and more than 100 visitors to its beautiful new office May 23 for a ribbon-cutting ceremony in the One SeaGate building in downtown Toledo.
Wendy Gramza, President and CEO of The Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, emceed the event and introduced Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz, who welcomed guests to the celebration. CEC President and CEO Dustin Kuhlman and Vice President and Toledo Office Lead Tom Covrett also made remarks and participated in the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Guests were able to tour CEC’s new 20th floor office and take in the spectacular city views.
The new space is in a great location in downtown Toledo and provides office and laboratory space and protected garage parking in one building. The larger space will allow us to grow and continue to provide exceptional service to clients in the region.
Since its opening in 2011, CEC Toledo’s engineers and scientists have worked collaboratively to solve our clients’ most complex problems. Their capabilities serve several industries: public sector, solid waste, manufacturing, mining, real estate, and power.
Vice President and Toledo Office Lead Tom Covrett
CEC President and CEO Dustin Kuhlman
Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz