Long Beach, CA – Environmental Business Journal (EBJ) has awarded SCS Engineers (SCS) a Bronze Medal in the medium-sized firm division as part of its 2005 Business Achievement Awards. This is the second time in as many years that that EBJ has honored SCS. In January 2005, SCS received an Honorable Mention from EBJ in this same category.
Here is what EBJ had to say regarding the current award:
“Bronze Medal: SCS Engineers for increasing revenues by 20% per year over the past three years, in the relatively flat solid-waste consulting sector, for numerous business and project-related awards, and “top-firm” listings. Widely recognized for its commanding position in the management of landfill gas (LFG) and LFG energy recovery, SCS was ranked by Engineering News Record for the second straight year as the nation’s number one solid-waste consulting firm. Also for the second consecutive year, SCS was rated as one of the 100 fastest-growing architectural, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firms in the United States on the Zweig Letter Hot Firm 2005 list. The firm was honored in 2005 with two prestigious EPA Phoenix Awards for its involvement in two projects—the PETCO Park/East Village Revitalization Project in San Diego, and the Chesterfield Square project in Los Angeles. This marks the fifth award for the PETCO Park Project; the project has been attributed additional awards. These include a Alonzo award from the Downtown San Diego Partnership, a Brownfield Project of the Year Award from the California Redevelopment Association, a Smart Growth Award for Excellence from the Urban Land Institute (San Diego/Tijuana Chapter), and a Project of the Year award from the American Public Works Association (San Diego and Imperial Counties Chapter).”