Bowman expands into Tennessee with new Nashville location

09 August 2023 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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Bowman Consulting Group, a Reston, VA-based infrastructure engineering consultancy, has expanded into Tennessee with a new Nashville office led by Matthew Hamby.

The Nashville office will enable Bowman to better serve existing national clients in the area, as well as tap into new revenue streams and local talent.

Matthew Hamby, principal, will serve as Nashville branch manager and lead local operations and growth in the market. 

Hamby joins Bowman from civil engineering firm Kimley Horn, where he spent the last eight years in the Nashville office. Before working at Kimley-Horn as a project engineer, Hamby completed a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at Tennessee Technological University. He is also a certified professional engineer.Bowman expands into Tennessee with new Nashville location “Being a middle-Tennessee native, I am proud to lead Bowman's expansion into my home state and into the city that I love," Hamby said. "I'm excited about the opportunities that lie ahead, and I am confident that with our talented team and unique approach, we will contribute significantly to the growth and success of our clients, while also driving innovation and success in the area."

Bowman, a public company listed on the Nasdaq, has more than 1,900 employees across 75+ offices in the United States. The firm provides consulting services in planning, engineering, geospatial, construction management, commissioning, environmental consulting, land procurement, and other technical areas.

“Tennessee’s dynamic and rapidly growing business landscape aligns perfectly with Bowman’s growth objectives, and we are confident that this initiative will strengthen existing relationships and foster new ones,” said Gary Bowman, chairman and CEO of Bowman. “Matthew’s industry experience and relationships will propel Bowman’s expansion initiatives by diversifying our geographic footprint and providing incremental revenue synergy opportunities.”

Bowman earlier this year acquired Richter & Associates, a Rockville, MD-based dry utilities engineering firm.