Braun Intertec is featured in an article in the Dallas/Fort Worth section of Construction News, a Texas-based publication focusing on people, companies, trade associations and events within the construction industry. The article discusses how Braun Intertec and Apex Geoscience joined forces last September. In the article, South Region Director, Ryan Venable, weighs in on the acquisition and highlights the benefits we’ve experienced as a combined team. To read the full article, click here.
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