Dallas operation sees growth as talent demand felt across sectors.

LVI expands.

LVI Associates, the engineering and infrastructure brand in the Phaidon International group, has announced the expansion of its existing Dallas, Texas office. Since the brand’s launch in 2016, LVI Associates has experienced significant growth supporting clients in the Texas and wider Southern regions from their office hubs in London and Boston.

As of this month, LVI Associates now has a physical team on the ground in Dallas to provide more immediate support to their clients and candidates in the region, and to immerse their services in the local market. The LVI Associates team will initially focus on securing top talent for clients across building servicesconstructionforensics, powerrenewable energytransportation, and water & environmental.

“I am extremely proud to launch LVI Associates in our Dallas office and to further strengthen our local capability in the South,” says Elliott Milton, Phaidon International’s executive director for Dallas and Fort Worth. “LVI Associates is our fastest-growing brand in the group, and I am excited to be able to service the market locally and solidify our place as one of the leading recruitment firms in the Dallas market.”

Given the continued growth of the engineering and infrastructure industries across the South, LVI Associates will continue to support their clients in meeting talent needs and connecting candidates with career opportunities at industry-leading organisations.

“The Texas infrastructure market is booming; and having created a significant client network across the state, it only made sense that we launched the brand into our Dallas office,” says LVI associates director, Dan Brook. “Not only will this allow us to be closer to our candidates, but also decrease the time it takes for us to solve our client’s biggest business problem, finding talent!” 

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