A Richland-based safety and radiation protection firm announced a name change this month.
Dade Moeller held an outdoor celebration Sept. 7 to commemorate the company’s name change to Dade Moeller, an NV5 Company.
Company officials also unveiled a new sign on the building’s east wall at 1835 Terminal Drive in Richland.
Dave McCormack, president of Dade Moeller, an NV5 Company, provided remarks, and Richland office staff and invited guests enjoyed refreshments.
Following the celebration, the company hosted the monthly meeting of the Tri-Cities Local Business Association in its conference room.
“We’re very proud to be part of the NV5 family, and are excited to be taking this visible step forward,” McCormack said in a news release. “It is important to us that our community recognize we are still Dade Moeller, and we’re now able to offer more resources and capabilities to our clients and partners.”
Dade Moeller was founded in Richland in 1994 to provide radiation safety services to the U.S. Department of Energy Hanford nuclear site.
Since then, the company has grown to 161 employees at six offices and project sites across the country, supporting about 152 federal and commercial clients.
In May 2016, Dade Moeller joined NV5 Global Inc., to integrate its safety and health, radiation protection, and environmental quality capabilities with NV5’s engineering, infrastructure, and program management resources.
Dade Moeller, an NV5 Company, is involved in the Tri-City community and efforts to grow and diversify the local economy.
Sixty percent of Dade Moeller’s local employees support projects and clients outside of the Mid-Columbia region.
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