Communicator. Client advocate. Business person’s engineer. These aren’t typical descriptions for engineers, but they are all great ways to describe us. In our over thirteen years in business, and on the thousands of projects we’ve completed, we’ve gained lots of great experience. And we’ve found that no matter the size or type of project, our clients look to us to help them make good business decisions about their systems and spaces. We help them do just that by taking complex engineering information and making it easy to understand – so that they can make smart decisions.
Our vision for WB when we founded the company was a firm dedicated to Improving the Way Things are Done. That is exactly who we are.
Our ‘how we began’ story is not uncommon. David Bonifacic, Vincent Warner and Peter Dussault were working together as engineers on the roll out of telecom facilities for Verizon across the northeast.
They spent a lot of time traveling together. As road trips often do, their travels inspired an idea: that they would make great business partners. And so, WB Engineers+Consultants opened its doors in October 1999.
WB has since grown to a mid-sized firm with three offices and diverse services. What started out as an idea on a road-trip has turned into a great team of people working together in a way that is anything but common.
Our mission is to be engineering experts who are great communicators. We strive to help each of our clients succeed by providing engineering consulting aligned with their business vision. We challenge ourselves to always improve the way things are done.
Where We’ve Been
From the golden state to the garden state, the centennial state to constitution state, and in lots of cities, counties and states in between, we’ve met the requirements of the local codes and the goals of our clients on projects in these states:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New York
- North Carolina
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- Washington DC
Our core values describe the characteristics that are most important to our company.