Hi Brian, thanks for the tips on getting new clients. You were spot on about the situation im in (i.e. working to get the word out that we do more than just large scale planning and engineering); it will take a little time to make a name for myself here, but i think the more i get a project built here and there, the more i will be able to build on it and ive already started looking into some pro-bono work i can do in the area - Thanks again!
Thanks for the welcome - I think you've got a great thing going here. I've been wishing there was something like this for the last couple of years. The LARCH-L is a decent start, but could be so much more. I'm looking forward to helping add to it.
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