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Novara GeoSolutions: The Future of Coler & Colantonio

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Wednesday, June 25th 2014
| Boston, MA


Novara GeoSolutions: The Future of Coler & Colantonio

Sporting a new brand and look, the former Coler & Colantonio geospatial division announced today it will be re-launching as Novara GeoSolutions.

Representing ‘new areas’, the new brand - Novara Geosolutions - captures the essence of the firm’s focus and trajectory. The company builds on twenty years’ effort, expertise and experience developing its market-leading Intrepid™ application suite.

Intrepid™ is used by hundreds of pipeline planners, constructors and managers to ensure the most efficient and safe running of these vital assets.

Speaking about the brand change Jeff Allen, President of Novara GeoSolutions highlighted his involvement from the start; “I began here at Coler & Colantonio as a summer intern. The formation of Novara, and my leadership role as President, is a realization of a vision that I have cultivated for over 20 years. I don’t see this as the end of a journey but just the start of a very exciting next chapter in the evolution of the company.

The recent expansion of the leadership team and all the professionals that have come together to help move this company forward is a force to be reckoned with and second to none. Without the unconditional support from the CHA leadership team this vision would not have been possible. I am forever grateful to all those that had a part in making this day a reality."

The company created a video to explain the new name: https://vimeo.com/98650710

Novara Geosolutions is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CHA Consulting, a global planning, architecture, engineering and construction management firm with more than 1,100 staff in 50 offices worldwide For more information please visit www.novarageo.com

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