Beard Miller Company opens Clark, NJ location
Beard Miller Company LLP (bmc) will open a third New Jersey location in Clark, NJ. The Clark office will be operational effective April 28, 2008. The new office location is located between its Pine Brook and Jackson offices and will house about 25 people upon opening, with additional space for future growth.
The firm made the decision to open the Clark office based on its continued growth in New Jersey. This prominent location adjacent to the Garden State Parkway will improve visibility and access to clients in the market. The firm will occupy approximately 11,000 square feet of the six-story Mack-Cali Corporate Center.
"We're very excited about the new Clark office. It is centrally located and allows us to better service our growing New Jersey client base. It also offers our employees more space and upgraded facilities," said Walter Brasch, bmc Managing Partner for New Jersey. "This new space provides us with opportunity to expand and add additional employees within the next few years, given our recent growth and anticipated opportunities in the New Jersey markets."
The new Clark office address and phone and fax numbers are:
100 Walnut Ave.
Clark, NJ 07066.
732-388-5210 phone, 732-388-5622 fax
bmc is a leading regional certified public accounting and consulting firm with approximately employees serving small business and middle market clients throughout the Mid Atlantic region. The 85-partner firm has sixteen offices located in New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania and New York. The firm is ranked 37th in the USA (Accounting Today, March 2008) and is an independent member of the BDO Seidman Alliance.
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