Garrett & Moore Introduces New Brand and Web Site

Garner, NC (PressExposure) April 20, 2009 -- Garrett & Moore Inc., a civil and environmental engineering firm serving the power and waste industries, launches today its new brand and Web site http://www.garrett-moore.com. The new brand identity reinforces the firm’s specialized expertise, yet maintains the prominence of its recognized name in the market. The Web site offers a vibrant new look, new content and a user-friendly interface to showcase the firm’s sustainable design solutions. The brand re-design and Web site are the work of Raleigh-based brand communication firm Articulon (www.articulon.com).

“The firm’s new branded Web site better meets our client’s need for industry information,” says Vance Moore, president of Garrett & Moore. “Articulon’s expertise and proven track record with service-based companies has improved our message, presentation and brand.”

As well as an enhanced user experience, the Web site features case studies from previous project work giving visitors an opportunity to view the firm’s broad range of engineering capabilities.

About Garrett & Moore: Garrett & Moore is a Garner-based, civil and environmental engineering firm serving the power and waste industries. Clients generally include county and city governments, solid waste authorities, private waste companies, and power companies needing to develop solutions for solid waste containment, and sustainable power and energy. While lined landfills are today’s technology, continued research and innovation will develop alternative solutions for the field. Focused on progressive and eco-friendly solutions, Garrett & Moore partners with clients to develop strong relationships and engineering initiatives built to last. Visit http://www.garrett-moore.com or call (919) 792-1900 for more information.

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Media Contacts:
Cindy Stranad
cindy@articulon.com
(919) 232-5008

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Press Release Submitted On: April 17, 2009 at 10:05 am
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