Strategic Partnership with Martin-McGill, Inc.
WithersRavenel is extremely excited to announce that we have entered into a strategic partnership with Martin-McGill, Inc. Martin-McGill is a women-owned management consulting services provider. For nearly 30 years, they have served public clients in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.This partnership will enable both of our firms to provide clients with a broader range of complementary services. Together, we can provide more robust funding application and administration, financial services such as rate studies and models, and economic development consulting to our municipal clients. In addition, Martin-McGill’s Asheville location will allow us to better serve clients in the western Piedmont and Mountain regions of North Carolina. The value and commitment to clients represented by this partnership will be reflected in Martin-McGill’s new name: WR-Martin.
WithersRavenel and WR-Martin eagerly anticipate the opportunities to come from this strategic partnership to strengthen existing relationships and build new relationships with municipalities across the state.
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