The Judge Group Named Recipient of 2017 Commercial Office Award by King of Prussia District
March 28, 2017 (Wayne, PA) – The Judge Group, a leading global professional services firm, has been named recipient of the 2017 Commercial Office Award by the King of Prussia District (KOP-BID). The Judge Group President, Brian Anderson, was presented with the award during the King of Prussia District’s annual Report to the Community and Awards luncheon on March 23, 2017.
The Judge Group has experienced considerable growth over the past 5 plus years and was looking at a variety of options for a new office space. After a thorough and lengthy search, The Judge Group decided that the 151 South Warner Road building, and King of Prussia (KOP) area, would be an ideal location for the new corporate headquarters. The Greater Philadelphia area has always served as the company’s headquarters, and for the first time, Judge now has a dedicated building that has been newly renovated to meet the unique needs of the organization and its culture. In October of 2016, Judge relocated over 250 employees to the new location.
“We are excited to receive this award and to be recognized for our commitment to the King of Prussia area,” said Judge President, Brian Anderson. “We are very proud of our new Corporate Headquarters. It is the culmination of years of planning and months of construction. A lot went into finding the right location for the new office, including where our employees lived, the amenities near the building, and ease of access to major means of transportation. King of Prussia, and the new building, checked all of the boxes on our list, and we are excited to work and grow our company in the region.”
“The Judge Group received our Commercial Office Award for their investment and confidence in King of Prussia,” said Eric Goldstein, King of Prussia District Executive Director. “We are excited to have this dynamic and growing company in King of Prussia.”
KOP-BID award recipients were chosen by a selection committee representing: Upper Merion Township; Montgomery County; Main Line Chamber of Commerce; and KOP-BID.