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Posted on: February 11, 2019

[ARCHIVED] DJG, Inc. Named One of the Best Places to Work in Virginia

DJG, Inc.

On Feb. 1, Virginia Business announced its 2019 Best Places to Work in Virginia and named DJG, Inc. (DJG) as one of the winners. The 2019 Best Places to Work in Virginia list is made up of 100 companies. Winners were selected in three categories: small (15-99 U.S. employees), midsize (100-249) and large (250 or more). Companies and their employees were surveyed and benchmarked based on core values, work environment and employee satisfaction.

This is the fourth consecutive time DJG has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Virginia. This year, they ranked 30 out of 58 in the Small Businesses category.

DJG is the only full service, multi-discipline engineering and architecture firm headquartered on the Virginia Peninsula. DJG was founded in 1978 and their project portfolio includes military, state and municipal government, higher education, housing authorities and private sectors. The majority of their projects are located in Virginia, North Carolina and Maryland. DJG is a SWaM certified Small Business with Virginia. It employs 24 people and is currently hiring a civil engineer and an architect.

This is the ninth year that Virginia Business has compiled the Best Places to Work in Virginia list in cooperation with Pennsylvania-based Best Companies Group.

To view the original article in Virginia Business, please visit their website.

For more information about DJG, please visit their website.

Media Contact:
Amy Jordan, Director of Economic Development

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