Engineering Firm

Makes Appointments

John Groupe, president of the Engineering Groupe, has named several recent additions to the engineering, planning and surveying company in Woodbridge.

Jerry Keene was named marketing coordinator. Jocelyn Lampert, who recently opened a Fredericksburg office, has been appointed branch office manager/project manager. Al Budinsky was assigned to the Northern Virginia office, providing civil engineering support to the water resources division. Joyce Lupia, engineer, will work in civil engineering efforts, including land development, utility and road design.

Lampert and Budinsky worked with other engineering companies in the area, and Lupia returned to the Engineering Groupe after taking several years off to raise her children.

Keene joined the Engineering Groupe two months ago, coming out of retirement after six years. He previously worked in marketing in the Washington area.

TML to Open

New Headquarters

TML Copiers & Digital Solutions, an office product company founded in 1985, will officially open its new corporate headquarters today at 9817 Godwin Dr. in Manassas.

The company has 30 employees. It was previously was headquartered at 9030 Euclid Ave. in Manassas.

Chamber's Last

Meet-and-Greet of Year

The Prince William Regional Chamber of Commerce is holding its last Business After Hours event of the year from 5:30 to 7 p.m. tomorrow.

The host will be Dominion Semiconductor. The event will be held at the Pilot House restaurant, 16216 Neabsco Rd., Woodbridge.

For more information, call the chamber at 703-590-5000.

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