Fort Worth, TX (September 12, 2023) – Pape-Dawson, a leading civil engineering and consulting firm, announces a key milestone of working in and serving Fort Worth for ten years. The company’s recognition of these past ten years celebrates its work, employees and clients, and new office space.
Pape-Dawson was founded in 1965 and has provided civil engineering and surveying services for some of the biggest names in Texas, from Whataburger to USAA. In Fort Worth over the past ten years, the firm has been at the forefront of the city’s development with projects, including TxDOT, the City of Fort Worth, and numerous residential, multi-family, and retail developments.
The firm recently moved its local operations to the Wells Fargo Tower in downtown Fort Worth. This central location gives Pape-Dawson the space needed to grow its team, collaborate, and better serve its clients across the city. “Relocating our office from west Fort Worth to downtown offers our employees and clients higher quality office space and amenities in a centralized location,” says Sam Knight, Managing Vice President, Forth Worth. “Even more than convenience, working in the city’s core gives us opportunities to innovate and connect with the downtown community.”
Beyond providing engineering services for projects that make Fort Worth a great place to work and live, the Pape-Dawson team has given back to the local community through hundreds of volunteer hours and more than $100,000 in donations to local nonprofits, including Meals on Wheels, the Texas Ramp Project, the Cowboy Santas Program, and area overnight shelters.
“We are immensely grateful for the hard work of our employees and the trust of our clients.,” says Brad Davis, Managing Principal North Texas. “Our success is your success in Fort Worth, and we are grateful to be a part of it. We look forward to growing with and serving this special community.”
Download the press release here: Pape-Dawson’s Fort Worth Office Celebrates Tenth Anniversary