ATLANTA - Clark Patterson Lee (CPL), a full-service design firm that's been serving public- and private-sector clients for nearly 40 years, Wednesday announced that the firm's Atlanta office has hired Steven Space, P.E., as senior civil engineer.<br />
In his new role, Space will manage municipal and civil engineering activities, including plan review and approval, design for development and municipal projects. He has experience managing all aspects of both multimillion-dollar businesses and small operations and brings proven leadership skills to Clark Patterson Lee.<br />
Space received his bachelor's degree from Auburn University and is a registered professional engineer in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. <br />
Clark Patterson Lee is a full-service design firm that offers expertise in architecture, engineering, planning, interior design, and construction services.
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