SCS Engineers Receives a Bronze Medal for a Second Time

January 31, 2008


Long Beach, CA – Environmental Business Journal (EBJ) has awarded SCS Engineers (SCS) a Bronze Medal in the Consulting and Engineering, large firm division, as part of its 2007 Business Achievement Awards. In the 2005 competition, SCS received a Bronze Medal from EBJ in the medium firm division. In both the 2004 and 2006 competitions, SCS was recognized by EBJ with an Honorable Mention in the category of medium-sized firms.

Here is what EBJ says regarding the current award:

Bronze Medal: SCS Engineers, for generating revenue of $113 million during its most recent fiscal year, up 23% from $92 million the previous fiscal year. For the fourth consecutive year, SCS was ranked as the nation’s number one solid waste consulting engineering firm in terms of revenue by ENR, and for the fourth time in as many years, SCS was honored to be on the ZweigWhite Hot Firm 2007 List of the 200 fastest-growing architecture, engineering, and environmental firms.

“SCS joined the U.S. Green Building Council this past year in an effort to promote sustainable building design and engineering practices. In addition, SCS will assist clients in obtaining Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for their new construction and major renovation projects. The company also undertook new GHG emission reduction projects this year, including: a design/build/operate project for the University of New Hampshire to convert raw landfill gas to a clean, near pipeline quality, product gas; and, in cooperation with the Dalton-Whitfield Solid Waste Authority, the construction of a landfill gas collection system and two-mile pipeline to a Dow Chemical production facility.”