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Guernsey Tingle Expands In New Town

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JAMES CITY-Guernsey Tringle, one of the largest architectural firms on the Peninsula, recently completed a major expansion and renovation project at its main office in New Town. The company now occupies the whole first floor of The Design Center at New Town.

“Technology and flexible work policies have worked well during the pandemic, but we continue to believe that our clients and our colleagues are best served when we come together and create in a well-designed office,” said Thomas G. Tingle, AIA, president of GuernseyTingle, in a statement. “The expansion of our main office is a key part of our strategic growth, and we look forward to making the Williamsburg area our home base for many more years.”

The firm’s newly expanded office now features more than 6,500 square feet of space. New Town shared the announcement of Guernsey Tingle’s expansion following a ribbon cutting on October 19.

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