RealStreet Staffing Expansion to Include Three (3) New Branch Offices

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Baltimore, MD. RealStreet Staffing – a leading employment and recruiting firm for architecture, engineering, and construction professionals – is announcing today its plans to open three (3) additional branch offices – Tysons Corner, VA; Bel Air and Frederick, MD.

Since its inception in 2001, RealStreet Staffing has developed into a leading staffing and recruiting firm, dedicated to matching executive level construction professionals with employment opportunities in the architectural, engineering, and construction communities. Due to its ongoing success, RealStreet is expanding to better serve one of its most demanding markets: the Baltimore and Washington D.C. areas.

According to Judith McGovern, President of RealStreet Staffing, “We have been looking forward to this expansion and are excited to see the realization of the company’s efforts. We believe this is a valuable growth opportunity which will allow us to better meet our clients’ needs as well as increase our foothold within the industry.”

About RealStreet Staffing
RealStreet Staffing is a leading national employment and recruiting firm for the architecture, engineering, and construction communities throughout the United States. With exclusive industry focus, first-hand construction experience, and professional recruiting expertise, RealStreet Staffing lays a solid foundation for the success of its clients. From commercial and private ventures to Federal Government initiatives, RealStreet Staffing maintains a diverse portfolio of highly qualified individuals with the unique skills, deep expertise, and select industry related certifications required to ensure successful construction project completion. For more information regarding RealStreet Staffing, visit https://www.realstreet.com.

View the official announcement:  http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/04/prweb11776838.htm

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