DMA Relocates into New Philadelphia Center City Office
David Mason + Associates’ (DMA) successful East Coast expansion started with a simple strategy: hire smart and hardworking local engineers, strengthen long-standing partnerships with the best architecture and engineering firms, and build clientele. The DMA leadership team’s hunch has proven correct – new clients include several departments of the City of Philadelphia, the School District of Philadelphia, local institutions of higher learning, utility clients and more.
After five years in Philadelphia, DMA desired a convenient central location accessible to clients and partner firms, while allowing for future expansion. DMA has found a new home in the historic Wells Fargo Building at 123 South Broad Street in Center City. Center City is home to Philadelphia’s tallest buildings and is among the country’s most populated central business districts. This move represents a watershed moment for a minority-owned infrastructure engineering company founded over 30 years ago in St Louis.
DMA’s newest office is housed on the 11th floor (Suite 1130) with commanding Center City views. The 29-story Beaux-Arts style building provides premier office space in the heart of the business district. The new DMA space previously housed an attorney’s office. The remodeled space is now an open office concept and encourages employee collaboration and teamwork around high design. Numerous interior design furnishings provide high-tech flexibility, movability, and adaptability. The furnishing colors and interior finishes are a cool gray palate with teal and red accents, a part of DMA’s 2017 brand refresh.
With a solidified footprint in the City of Brotherly Love, DMA continues its East Coast expansion as a Philadelphia-based professional services firm. You can easily find DMA one block south of City Hall.
David Mason + Associates (DMA) is a minority-owned professional services firm offering civil and structural engineering and utility industry services. DMA engineers the foundation of communities by assessing, creating, and preserving essential infrastructure and facilities. We are energized by the challenge, inspired by our people.