Teng becomes exp
The Chicago-based firm Teng has changed its name to better align with its parent company, exp Global.
Teng and Assocs. Inc. (Teng), a Chicago-based firm, providing architectural, engineering, technology integration, program and construction management services, announced today that it has changed its name to exp. The name change is intended to better align the firm with its parent company, exp Global Inc. Exp Global is an engineering, architecture, consulting and project management firm.
“This is an exciting step in the evolution of our organization,” said Timothy Neumann, exp’s Executive Vice President. “Teng has a rich history that dates back to 1959. By joining exp in 2010, we enhanced our client service offerings, complementing the experience and expertise that we’ve offered for years. Our name change is a natural progression of our commitment to provide a global team, uniquely qualified to offer integrated industry solutions.”
“Today marks a new beginning for our organization, and our clients,” said Vlad Stritesky, President and CEO of exp. “Changing the Teng brand to exp will help us drive home the message that we provide a complete range of services, where our clients need them - all under one roof.”
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