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The Aggressive Growth of Salas O'Brien, with CEO Darin Anderson

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Contractors | July 23, 2021 | BD+C Staff

Engineering firm Salas O'Brien has made multiple acquisitions over the past two years to achieve its Be Local Everywhere business model. In this exclusive interview for HorizonTV, BD+C's John Caulfield sits down with the firm's Chairman and CEO, Darin Anderson, to discuss its business model.

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