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From its headquarters in Springfield, Toth and Associates manages 133 employees in four states.
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From its headquarters in Springfield, Toth and Associates manages 133 employees in four states.

Toth and Associates expands with new offices

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Springfield-based Toth and Associates Inc. expanded its national reach with two new offices.

The engineering firm last month opened a location in Billings, Montana, preceded the month before by a new office in Kennewick, Washington, according to a news release.

“This expansion is due to our team’s hard work and care in providing excellent service to our clients," said Adam Toth, the company's executive president, in the release. "These locations help us serve our growing northwest client base and provide additional support for all of our clients throughout the country."

The new offices add five employees to Toth and Associates' workforce, which now comprises 133 people, said Kevin Grinder, the company's marketing director.

The expansion in the northwest United States is being conducted to meet demand for electrical utility engineering consultation services for electrical cooperatives, public utility districts and other utility providers, according to the release.

From its headquarters at 1550 E. Republic Road in Springfield, Toth and Associates also operates offices in two Oregon cities: Hermiston and Portland.

Toth and Associates, founded in 2003, ranked No. 1 on Springfield Business Journal's 2021 list of the area's largest engineering firms. The company reported 121 total local staff members, including 54 engineers and engineers in training, for the list published July 12.

Recent local engineering projects by Toth and Associates include a city of Nixa powerline; a tornado safe room for the Cabool School District; and the Hillcrest High School renovation in Springfield.

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