Tech Consultants C/D/H Move Southeast Michigan Offices To Downtown Detroit
DETROIT (WWJ) — The Grand Rapids-based technology consulting firm C/D/H has moved its southeast Michigan office from Royal Oak to downtown Detroit.
The company says the move puts C/D/H in Detroit’s Tech Hub Network, and closer to about 40 percent of the firm’s Southeast Michigan client base, about 20 percent of which have a downtown location.
“If you want to do something innovative, something that will put you ahead of your competition, you need a firm that thinks differently than the other guys,” said Paul Hillman, partner at C/D/H. “That’s C/D/H. That’s why forward-thinking companies are moving to downtown Detroit.”
C/D/H first established a presence in Southeast Michigan in 2005 with an office in the Southfield Town Center, then moved to Royal Oak, and now to the historic Wright Kay building at 1500 Woodward Ave. C/D/H will occupy the fourth floor of the Wright Kay building. Other Wright Kay building occupants include Neumann/Smith Architecture, the firm that renovated the new space for C/D/H, and restaurant Wright & Co.
About 10 Detroit-based C/D/H employees will work in the newly renovated 3,200 square foot open floor plan space, designed for workplace collaboration. C/D/H is leasing the office space through Bedrock Management Services. The building is owned by Dan Gilbert and his partners.
C/D/H’s Detroit office is currently hiring staff with SharePoint skills, as well as an infrastructure consultant, a user experience and user interface designer, a Microsoft systems center consultant and a Microsoft UC consultant. More information at http://www.cdh.com/about/careers/Pages/default.aspx.
C/D/H is a technology consulting firm that has served clients across Michigan for more than 20 years. The firm consults in collaboration, infrastructure, unified communications, mobility, and project management. C/D/H is a Microsoft-certified Gold Partner, a VMware Professional Partner, and has earned top certification with Novell, Citrix, and Cisco Systems.
More at http://www.cdh.com.