Cadmus Group relocates its Arlington office

The Cadmus Group Inc. moved its Arlington, Va., office on Friday, July 8, it was reported yesterday by vice president G. Tracy Mehan III, former assistant administrator for water at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency who joined the company in April 2004...

ARLINGTON, VA, Aug. 3, 2005 -- The Cadmus Group Inc. moved its Arlington, Va., office on Friday, July 8, it was reported yesterday by vice president G. Tracy Mehan III, former assistant administrator for water at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency who joined the company in April 2004.

The Watertown, Mass.-based company's new facilities are located at 1600 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 500, which is still accessible from the Rosslyn Metro Station. It is in the same building occupied by the Red, Hot, and Blue Restaurant. The telephone and facsimile numbers will not change. The old offices were a few blocks away at 1901 North Fort Myer Drive.

Since 1983, Cadmus (www.cadmusgroup.com) has provided multidisciplinary consulting, research, and technical support services to government, non-profit, and corporate clients. It focuses primarily on air and water issues, energy efficiency, global climate change, and ecological risk assessment. Its more than 200 full-time staff members include scientists, statisticians, engineers, economists, attorneys, information technology specialists, writers, graphic artists, outreach specialists, trainers, and public policy analysts. It's based in Watertown, Mass.

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