Members of SCS Engineers’ Southwest Business Unit are attending SAME Camp Pendleton Day, on Thursday, June 17, 2021.
This virtual event will include updates from Camp Pendleton and NAVFAC SW as well as highlights on achieving ENERGY RESILIENCE, including future solutions and opportunities.
SAME NATIONAL and the 5 Camp Pendleton Day organizing posts will also report on their activities as well as their Charitable donations.
The Washington D.C. Post of the Society of Military Engineers (SAME) Board of Directors selected David Hostetter for his Outstanding Contributions by a Young Civilian Member.
Hostetter says he focuses on three things in his work: using his engineering skills to make a difference in the world, serving his clients wholeheartedly, and mentoring other young professionals as he was mentored.
Hostetter mentors other young professionals by involving them in hands-on engineering projects which helps them to discover how design impacts installation and operations. They have the opportunity to ask questions and to work with senior level engineers and experienced field staff. Dave learned valuable lessons this way, and he is passing those lessons and best practices on to others.
Hostetter is now the Eastern Regional Manager of SCS RMC®, which stands for remote monitoring and control technology. Several industries use this proven technology for the simultaneous viewing, analysis, alerting, and control of equipment and systems critical to production and safe operations.
Well done, Dave!
The Society of American Military Engineers recognized SCS Engineers for their 15 years of service and volunteer support at the District of Columbia post this month. The award was presented by Commander Craig Clutts of the US Navy, the Outgoing DC Post President.
On hand to receive the award for SCS was John Tabella, PG, LEED AP®, National Expert for Environmental Due Diligence and for Federal Services; Heather Blake (pictured), Federal Marketing Coordinator, and Dave Hostetter, PE, LEED AP®, and CEM at SCS Engineers.
SCS Engineers has a very long track record of solving environmental and energy management, solid waste, hazardous waste, water, and air compliance challenges. Approaches we pioneered include risk-based cleanups, voluntary cleanups, accelerated investigations, presumptive and sustainable remedies, environmental management systems, energy systems, and waste minimization. These approaches are at the forefront of local and Federal environmental and energy programs today.
SCS provides professional engineering and scientific services with a focus on environmental protection and conservation of resources. Our clients come back because we find practical approaches to even the most complex environmental challenges.
Ms. Sharon Bison proudly accepts the Sustaining Member Award presented to SCS Engineers from Col. Kirk Gibbs, Commander, US Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District. Sharon is the outgoing President of the SAME Orange County Post.
We asked Sharon to recount the campaigns that mattered most during her tenure. She responded, “It has been an honor and a pleasure to serve SAME as President of the Orange County Post for the past two years, where I have been able to put my leadership skills to work with a dynamic group of colleagues. Together, we’ve helped to make a positive difference in the lives of nearly a dozen college students who received more than $24,000 in scholarships, and for veterans and their families who benefitted from donations of nearly $60,000 made to Wounded Warriors. The Post has also been of benefit to charities including the American Cancer Society, Project Healing Waters, Armed Forces YMCA, and the Challenged Athlete’s Foundation: Operation Rebound, during my service term.”
Jim Walsh, President, and CEO of SCS Engineers said, “SCS is proud of our staff who share their industry knowledge with associations and share their own time supporting their local communities and non-profit organizations throughout our nation. We thank you for your service and your contributions working toward the betterment of society and the environment.”