Grant Thornton reopens Stamford office

Celebrating its grand reopening on May 1, new office doubles space to better serve clients

STAMFORD, CT — Grant Thornton LLP will celebrate the grand reopening of its Stamford office, located at 300 First Stamford Place, suite 551, on Tuesday, May 1.

“Our Stamford office has been a remarkable growth opportunity for us, and we are pleased to have doubled our space in three years,” said Jim Brady, chief operating officer, Grant Thornton LLP. “Our new office allows our people to provide more personalized attention, and the highest-quality service to public and private clients.”

“Together with the seven other offices in our Northeast region, we help our clients grow their businesses through valuable ideas and recommendations for mitigating risk and increasing profitability,” said Lawrence Griff, partner-in-charge of the firm’s Stamford office. “Our new space enhances our service offerings by providing our people with multiple options for collaboration.”

The thoughtful, state-of-the-art work arrangements feature a variety of workspaces ranging from multi-purpose boardrooms to quiet rooms to private offices and workstations with both seated and standing desks. All workspaces have access to natural light as well as modern conference and team rooms, which include the most current AV and video conferencing capabilities.

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