Diversity is the name of the game for this 60-year-old Venture.
By AMY CASTOR
BusinessWest Online- With so many companies coming and going these days, longevity is a trait to celebrate. Thus, Hill-Engineers, Architects and Planners Inc. of Dalton has a lot to be proud of; this year, the company celebrates its 60-year anniversary.
While doing so, it will reflect on a number of changes - within the industry and at the company as well.
Founded in 1949 as Hill-Engineering, the company has its roots in the paper and pulp industry. Founder William (“Bill”) Hill was a mechanical engineer by trade who did work for the paper companies. He kept their machines in tip-top running condition through the ’50s and ’60s, during a time when the paper and pulp business in the Pioneer Valley was going strong.
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