The Lunz Group/WMB-ROI merger makes Business Observer headlines

In an article released in the Business Observer, the recent merger of The Lunz Group and WMB-ROI was featured. Discussing topics like client relationships, growth and sustainability, service and talent retention, Brad Lunz and Steve Boyington tackle the “why” in what this merger means for the company as well as the areas served.

“Development and growth are not just happening in urban centers,” says Brad Lunz. “We’re not-Tampa-based, not Orlando-based, we’re I-4 based, from Clearwater to Melbourne, and have the capacity to provide expertise in our hometowns. With our new size and capacity, our clients have a local option for any scale of project.”

Crediting the Catapult 3.0 project (currently under construction) as the catalyst that made them realize what partnering together could mean, Steve Boyington goes on to add that through working together, we could bring even more added value to our clients.

“We’re not trying to build a firm,” says Steve Boyington. “We’re trying to pass on relationships [we’ve cultivated over the years]. We’re not after jobs. We’re after clients and want to build those relationships.”

To read the full article, head over to Business Observer.